Postdoc. Group member since fall 2015.
Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences, University of Houston, May 2019
B.A. in Biology (minor: Earth Science, Environmental Engineering), National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 2015
Sally is interested in understanding the distributions of trace gases and aerosols under different weather phenomena and the implications for air quality in the context of global change. Specifically, she is exploring distributions of aerosol and trace gases under hydroclimate extremes (e.g. drought) and the ability of models in reproducing the observed distributions. Her primary modeling tool is the GEOS-Chem chemical transport model. She also received the Certificate of Outstanding Achievement in the 2017 CESM Tutorial. She has earned Presidential Awards during her undergraduate study, where she also served the President of Culinary Club. She loves to make pastries and enjoy good single-origin coffee.