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Ching-Yao Lai, Assistant Professor of Geosciences and Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS)

Research Summary:  Lai studies fundamental questions in fluid dynamics, climate science, and geophysics by integrating physical and machine-learned models with both experimental and observational data. Her research addresses challenges facing the world, such as advancing our scientific knowledge of ice dynamics under climate change.  Lai uses mathematical models, experiments, simulations, and machine learning tools to study the complex interactions between fluids and elasticity and their interfacial dynamics, such as multiphase flows, flows in deformable structures, and cracks. In particular, her recent work combines deep-learning and physics-based models to predict the disintegration of ice shelves in a warming climate.

Group: Lai Research Group

 

Yao Lai, Assistant Professor of Geosciences
Assistant Professor Ching-Yao Lai

Biography: Ching-Yao Lai is an Assistant Professor jointly appointed in Geoscience (GEO) and Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS). She is also an Associated Faculty of the High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI) and Affiliated Faculty of the Program in Statistics and Machine Learning (SML) at Princeton University. Yao did her undergraduate study (2013) in Physics at National Taiwan University, Ph.D. (2018) in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) at Princeton University, and postdoctoral research in earth science at Lamont Earth Observatory at Columbia University. She grew up in Taiwan.

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Wednesday, Jul 7, 2010
Title: "Biostratigraphy, Paleoenvironment and Geochemistry of the Late Cenomanian Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 and the Cretaceous/Tertiary Boundary" Examining Committee Members: Gerta Keller, Thierry Adatte (Univ. de Neuchatel), Frederik Simons and Satish Myneni
Tuesday, Apr 6, 2010
For Receiving the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Award.
Friday, Mar 5, 2010
Create a dish that represents your group's research! Your entry will be scored by our balanced panel of judges on 1) taste and 2) scientific justification. Questions contact Suki - dorfman@princeton.edu
Friday, Feb 5, 2010
Presentations 12N - 2PM, Guyot 10; Poster Session - 2PM, Great Hall; Bus leaves at 3:30 in Lot 20
Friday, Jan 29, 2010
Grad Presentations - 12N-2PM - Room 10 Poster Sessions - 2PM - 3PM - Great Hall Bus leaves at 3:30 in Lot 20