Curriculum Vitae

蘇世顥 教授
11114 台北市華岡路55號
文化大學 大氣科學系
辦公室: 大義館 620-7
電話: (02) 2861-0511 分機 25834
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email: ssh3@g.pccu.edu.tw

Shih-Hao Su
Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Chinese Culture University
Suite C620-7, Department of Atmospheric Science, Chinese Culture University, No. 55, Hwa-Kang Road, Da-Yi 6F, Yang-Ming-Shan, Taipei , Taiwan 11114
+886-2-2861-0511 ext.25834
ssh3@g.pccu.edu.tw

Research Experience

08/2019 ~ present Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Chinese Culture University
02/2014 ~ 07/2019 Assistant Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Chinese Culture University
08/2013 ~ 10/2013 Visiting Scientist,  National Center for Atmospheric Research
09/2011 ~ 01/2014 Associate Researcher, Taiwan Typhoon and Flood Research Institute,
National Applied Research Laboratories
09/2010 ~ 08/2011 PostDoc, Department of Atmospheric Sciences,National Taiwan University
05/2005 ~ 01/2010 Research Assistant, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
09/2006 ~ 06/2007 Project Assistant, Space Science and Engineering Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Project: To use a fully cloud microphysics model couple with a fast IR transfer model

Academic Background

09/2003 ~ 05/2010 PhD, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
09/1999 ~ 06/2001 Master of Science, Department of Atmospheric Sciences,
National Taiwan University
09/1995 ~ 06/1999 Bachelor of Science, Department of Atmospheric Sciences,
National Taiwan University

Teaching Experience

08/2019 ~ present Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Chinese Culture University
02/2013 ~ 07/2019 Assistant Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Chinese Culture University
01/2005 ~ 05/2010 Teaching Assistant, Atmospheric Environment and Society/Cloud microphysics/Atmospheric chemistry, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison
02/2000 ~ 06/2001 Teaching Assistant, Atmospheric Thermodynamics, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, National Taiwan University

Awards

  •  2017-2020:中國文化大學科技部研究經費補助獎
  •  2018-2020:中國文化大學學術研究成果獎勵
  •  2017:中國文化大學105學年度全校輔導績優導師
  •  2019:中華民國氣象學會『黃廈千博士學術論文獎』,得獎論文:「氣候變遷下台灣颱風豪雨之變化與機制探討」
  •  2019:氣象應用推廣基金會頒發『俞家忠教授論文獎』, 得獎論文:「臺灣地區鋒面系統客觀辨 識方法之比較。」
  •  2019:Journal of Meteorological Research之『Reviewer Award』

Professional Activity

11/2013 ~ Present 國家教育研究院, 地球科學名詞審譯委員
09/2018 ~ Present 國際地球科學奧林匹亞計畫之協同主持人與選訓委員
04/2015 ~ 03/2017 中華民國氣象學會, 青年委員
04/2013 ~ 03/2015 中華民國氣象學會, 青年委員會召集人

Reviewer for Scientific Journals

Journal of Climate, Journal of Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, Atmospheric Research, Journal of Meteorological Research, Quaternary International, Geoscience Letters, Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere, MDPI-Atmosphere, 大氣科學, 災害防救科技與管理學刊.

Research Interests

  • Data Science application on atmospheric sciences
  • Extreme weather events
  • High resolution modeling
  • Cloud Dynamics/Microphysics
  • Climate data analysis
  • Tropical cyclone dynamics
  • Meso-scale deep convection system
  • Stratocumulus cloud dynamics
  • Terrain induced convection initiation process

Publications

  1. Yo, Ting-Shuo, Shih-Hao Su, Jung-Lien Chu, Chiao-Wei Chang, Hung-Chi Kuo, 2021: A Deep Learning Approach to Radar-Based QPE. Earth and Space Science. (Accepted)
  2. Su, Sshih-Hao, Chiao-Wei Chang and Wei-Ting Chen (2020, Nov). The Temporal Evolution of PM2.5 Pollution Events in Taiwan: Clustering and the Association with Synoptic Weather. Atmosphere 2020, 11, 1265; doi:10.3390/atmos11111265. (SCI).
  3. Hsu, Li-Huan, Shih-Hao Su, Hung-Chi Kuo, 2021: A numerical study of cloud microphysics sensitivity to typhoon track and convection structure near Taiwan: Typhoon Saola (2012). JGR Atmosphere. (revising)
  4. 張巧薇、江建霆、劉高源、蘇世顥. (2019):臺灣地區鋒面系統客觀辨識方法之比較。大氣科學,第47期第1號。
  5. Shih-Hao Su, Jung‐Lien Chu, Ting‐Shuo Yo and Lee‐Yaw Lin (2018, Dec). Identification of synoptic weather types over Taiwan area with multiple classifiers. Atmospheric Science Letters, Vol. 19, Issue 12, e861. (SCI).
  6. Li-Huan Hsu, Shih-Hao Su, Robert G. Fovell and Hung-Chi Kuo (2018, May). On Typhoon Track Deflections near the East Coast of Taiwan. Monthly Weather Review, Vol. 146, 1495-1510. (SCI).
  7. 蘇世顥, 陳郁涵, 楊憶婷, 徐理寰, 郭鴻基. (2017, Dec). 氣候變遷下台灣颱風豪雨之變化與機制探討. 大氣科學, 45期, 305-331.
  8. Shih-Hao Su, Hung-Chi Kuo, Li-Huan Hsu and Yi-Ting YANG (2012, Oct). Temporal and Spatial Characteristics of Typhoon Extreme Rainfall in Taiwan. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Vol. 90, No. 5, pp. 721-736. (SCI).
  9. Pao K. Wang, Shih-Hao Su, Zdeněk Charvát, Jindřich Šťástka, and Hsin-Mu Lin (2011, Oct). Cross Tropopause Transport of Water by Mid-Latitude Deep Convective Storms: A Review. Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Vol. 22, No. 5,P 447-462. (SCI).
  10. Pao K. Wang, Hsin-Mu Lin, Shih-Hao Su (2010, Sep). The impact of ice microphysical processes on the life span of a midlatitude supercell storm. Atmospheric Research, 97, 450–461.
  11. Pao K. Wang, Shih-Hao Su, Martin Setvak, Hsinmu Lin, Robert M. Rabin (2010, Aug). Ship wave signature at the cloud top of deep convective storms. Atmospheric Research, Vol. 97, P.294–P.302. (SCI).
  12. Martin Setvák, Daniel T. Lindsey, Petr Novák, Pao K. Wang, Michaela Radová, Jochen Kerkmann, Louie Grasso, Shih-Hao Su, Robert M. Rabin, Jindřich Šťástka, Zdeněk Charvát (2010, Jul). Satelliteobserved cold-ring-shaped features atop deep convective clouds. AtmosphericResearch, Vol. 97, P. 80–P.96. (SCI).

Abstracts

  1. Chen, Wei-Ting, Chiao-Wei Chang, Peng-Jen Chen, Ting-Shuo Yo, Shih-Hao Su, Chun-Yian Su and Chian-Ming Wu, 2020: Application of Machine Learning to Classify and Predict Events of Severe PM5 Pollution in Taiwan. 100th AMS Annual meeting, Boston, US.
  2. Yo, Ting-Shuo, Shih-Hao Su, Chiao-Wei Chang and Hing-Chi Kuo, 2020: A Volume-to-Point Approach of Radar-Based QPE. 100th AMS Annual meeting, Boston, US.
  3. Su, Shih-Hao, Ting-Shuo Yo, Chiao-Wei Chang, Yi-Chiang Yu and Jung-Lien Chu, 2020: The long-term frontal system variation for future climate projections with machine learning weather classifier. 100th AMS Annual meeting, Boston, US.
  4. Su, Shih-Hao, 2020: The variation of Taiwan front system in the historical and future climate with machine-learning classification method. 3rd Climate Hotpot In Action (CHIA) Forum. Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  5. Hungjui Yu, Hung-Chi Kuo, Po-Hsiung Lin, Wei-Chung Hunag, Ching-Hwang Liu, Shih-Hao Su, Jing-Hwa Yang, 2020 : Quality-Controlled High-Resolution Upper-Air Sounding Dataset for TASSE: Development and Corrections. 109年天氣分析與預報研討會。台北,台灣。
  6. Chiao-Wei Chang, Shih-Hao Su, Ting-Shuo Yo, Jung-Lien Chu, 2020 : The long-term variation of the frontal system in Taiwan with machine learning-based classifier. 109年天氣分析與預報研討會。台北,台灣。
  7. 蘇世顥、游廷碩、朱容練、張巧薇、郭鴻基,2020:結合人工智慧(AI)技術發展「體對點」(Volume-to-Point)的降水預報。109年天氣分析與預報研討會。台北,台灣。
  8. 劉清煌、郭鴻基、蘇世顥、陳維婷、尤虹叡、李育祺,2020:宜蘭強降雨觀測實驗,109年天氣分析與預報研討會。台北,台灣。
  9. Su, S. H., T. S. Yo, and J. L. Chu, 2019: Developing an extreme rainfall warning system with the machine learning method. 2019 Taipei Severe Weather and Extreme Precipitation (Taipei SWEP) Workshop. Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  10. Su, Shih-Heng, H. Su, Nathan Miller, Richard Barker, Patrick H. Masson, 2019: Using mathematical modeling and natural variation to investigate root growth behavior and responses to gravistimulation in Brachypodium distachyon. American Society of Plant Biology, 2019.
  11. Su, S. H., 2019: Learning the weather feather features from the climate data with machine learning methods. 2nd Climate Hotpot In Action (CHIA) Forum. Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  12. Su, S.-H., J.-L. Chu and T.-S. Yo, 2018: Development of Machine Learning Based Warning System for Extreme Rainfall Events in Taipei Metropolitan Area. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) 15th Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii.
  13. Wu, C. M., M. K. Hsieh, P. H. Lin and H. Su, 2018: The Interactions Between Atmosphere and Complex Orographic Land: Diurnal Cycle of Low-Level Clouds and Fog at Xitou. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) 15th Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii.
  14. Hsu, L. H., H. Su and H. C. Kuo, 2018: Sensitivity of Typhoon Track and Convection Structure to Cloud Microphysics Near Taiwan Topography: A Case Study of Typhoon Saola (2012). Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) 15th Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii.
  15. 郭韋辰、蘇世顥,2018:西北太平洋西行熱帶氣旋路徑之氣候特徵分析。2018年大氣科學學門研究成果發表會暨研究生海報競賽。台北,台灣。
  16. 江建霆、蘇世顥,2018:臺灣地區鋒面系統之氣候特徵與自組織映射群聚分析。2018年大氣科學學門研究成果發表會暨研究生海報競賽。台北,台灣。
  17. Su, Shih-Heng, H. Su, Nathan Miller, Richard Barker, Patrick H. Masson, 2018: Using mathematical modeling and natural variation to investigate root growth behavior and responses. 2018 American Society for Gravitational and Space Research Meeting.
  18. Li-Huan Hsu, Shih-Hao Su and Hung-Chi Kuo (2018, Jun). Sensitivity of Typhoon Track and Convection Structure to Cloud Microphysics Near Taiwan Topography: a Case Study of Typhoon Saola (2012). Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) 15th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  19. Shih-Hao Su, Jung-Lien Chu and Ting-Shuo Yo (2018, Jun). Development of Machine Learning based Warning System for Extreme Rainfall Events in Taipei Metropolitan Area. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) 15th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  20. Chien-Ming Wu, Shih-Hao Su, and Kuan-Ting Kuo (2017, Oct). The Precipitation Hotspots of Afternoon Thunderstorms over Taipei Basin: Idealized Numerical Simulations. ICMCS-XII (International Conference on Mesoscale Convective Systems and High-Impact Weather in East Asia).
  21. Shih-Hao Su and Bing−Kui Chiou, Kuan-Ting Kuo, Chien-Ming Wu, Wei-Ting Chen and Hong-Chi Kuo (2017, May). Decadal Variations of Afternoon Thunderstorms in Northern Taiwan: The Preconditions and Mechanisms. 2017 Taipei Severe Weather and Extreme Precipitation Workshop.
  22. Shih-Hao Su, Bing-Kui Chiou, Jung- Lien Chu and Lee-Yaw Lin. (2017, May). The analysis of Taiwan dry-season precipitation patterns and frontal system variations. 2017 Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU) and American Geophysical Union (AGU) joint Meeting.
  23. Li-Huan Hsu, S. H. Su, H. C. Kuo, and R. G. Fovell (2016, Dec). The influence of asymmetric convections on typhoon cyclonic deflection tracks across Taiwan. 2016 AGU Fall Meeting.
  24. Li-Huan Hsu, Shih-Hao Su, H. C. Kuo, and R. G. Fovell (2016, Apr), A Numerical Study on the Typhoon Cyclonic Deflection Tracks near the Terrain., 32nd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Puerto Rico.
  25. Shih-Hao Su, Hung-Chi Kuo, Yu-Han Chen, Jung-Lien Chu and Lee-Yaw Lin (2015, Dec). The Climatology of Taiwan extreme rainfall events and the attributions. 2015 American Geophysical Union Fall meeting.
  26. Shih-Hao Su, Yu-Han Chen, and Hung-Chi Kuo (2015, May). The Climatology of Taiwan extreme rainfall events - Temporal and Spatial Characteristics of extreme rainfall in past 55 years. 2015 Taipei Severe Weather and Extreme Precipitation Workshop.
  27. Li-Huan Hsu, Shih-Hao Su, Sheng-Chi Yang, Tsun-Hua Yang (2014, Jul). The estimation of reservoir inflow with seasonal precipitation forecast by Model for Prediction Across Scale (MPAS). Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) 11th Annual Meeting.
  28. Shih-Hao Su and Li-Huan Hsu (2014, Jun). The new strategies of Atmospheric numerical model developments. 2nd TWSIAM annual meeting, Taiwan.
  29. Shih-Hao Su; Gong-Do Hwang; Li-Huan Hsu (2013,Jun): The Global Model Development at TTFRI – The future seamless global model system , TWSIAM
  30. 蘇世顥, 郭鴻基(2012年11月)。台灣地區極端降雨之時空分布特性。2012臺灣災害管理研討會,Taipei, Taiwan。
  31. Shih-Hao Su, Hung-Chi Kuo, Chia-Wei Hsu and Hung-Jui Yu (2011, Aug). Extreme Typhoon Rainfall in Taiwan Associated with Monsoon. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 2011.
  32. Hung-Chi Kuo, Shih-Hao Su, Yi-Ting Yang and Li-Huan Hsu (2011, Mar). Extreme Rainfall in Taiwan and the interaction of typhoon with monsoons. ICMCS-VIII, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Janpan.
  33. Pao K. Wang, S. H. Su (2010, Jan). Gravity waves and clear air turbulence generated by convective storms in different wind shear environments. 14th Conference on Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology.
  34. Shih-Hao Su and Pao K. Wang (2006) A cloud model sensitivity study of the environmental temperature profile on the thunderstorm development. The 12th Conference on Cloud Physics is sponsored by the American Meteorological Society, Madison, WI