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Vivian Tang

PhD Candidate

M.Sc. Geosciences, National Taiwan University, 2014
B.Sc. Earth Sciences, National Central University, 2012
Curriculum Vitae

Research

I have accumulated some experience in seismic data processing, seismic wave propagation modeling, and measurement and inversion of travel times obtained from finite-frequency waveforms. I focus on using seismic waveforms to investigate the velocity structure of the Earth, and engaging in studying earthquake source processes and earthquake physics based on analysis of seismograms.


Academic Awards

Dean's Award, NCU, 2012
Academic Excellence Award, NCU, 2012
Best Poster, Summer Research Program, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, 2011
Undergraduate Research Competition Award, NCU, 2011
Academic Scholarship Award, NCU, 2011
Academic Excellence Award, NCU, 2010-2011

Selected Publications

Tang, V., Zhao, L., and Hung, S.-H., (2015) Seismological evidence for changing velocity gradient in the topmost outer core, Scientific Report, 5:8613, DOI: 10.1038/srep08613.

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