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Jules Jauffret

Jules Jauffret

       My name is Jules Jauffret, I am learning geology in UniLaSalle Beauvais, in France for 4 years. My learning is dedicated to Energetic Ressources, mainly petroleum geology. So I am more into sedimentary rocks, and I would like to specialize into marine geology, because I always was attracted by the ocean and every mystery it is made up. I came to Taïwan to discover a new country, a new culture and a new way of learning. I am a travel fanatic and always seeking for new adventures.


  E-mail :  Jules.JAUFFRET@etu.unilasalle.fr



Joséphine Combes

Joséphine Combes

       My name is Joséphine Combes and I am a graduate student. I spent my second semester of my fourth academic year of my home school UniLaSalle abroad at the National Central University in Zhongli. My courses took place in the Earth Science department. My hobbies are travelling, botanic and music. Since I enjoy travelling and discovering other cultures, this semester was a great opportunity. Indeed, as far as I am concerned doing a semester during almost 5 months helps to really get used to a new environment: food, new landscape, Taiwanese people habits, etc.


  E-mail :  josephine.combes@etu.unilasalle.fr



張超

Zhang Chao

      I am from Heilongjiang Province, China. I majored in geology at Chang'an University. I joined the geomechanics laboratory as an exchange student in 108 years. I have a wide range of hobbies. I will make you happy, from day to night. My interest and target areas are mesoscale structures and regional tectonics.


  E-mail :  charles.z.y@foxmail.com



Dwi

Dwi Febriana Rochmah

      Born in Indonesia. Thrid year Master Student in Graduate Institute of Applied Geology. In previous study, working well with non-seismic surveys (gravity, resistivity, ground penetrating radar, & magnetic methods). Also can work with CorelDraw, GlobalMapper, Rockworks, Mapinfo, Surfer, and other geophysical data (non-seismic) processing softwares. Focus on Matlab programming. Sometimes do stargazing, travelling, and other adventurous things.


  E-mail :  rochmahfebrian@gmail.com



Antoine

Antoine POUJOL

Position :  Postdoctoral Fellow
E-mail :  antoine.poujol@hotmail.com
Research interest : 

 Morphotectonics
 Paleoseismology
 Geodesy
 General Geology



Kuan-Hua Michael Tseng

Kuan-Hua Michael Tseng

      I am a student at the University of Central University, called Micheal. My usual interests are playing basketball, watching comic novels and going to fitness.

  E-mail : michael4679lkj@gmail.com



Jack

Giletycz Jack Slawomir

  Affiliation :  Department of Earth Sciences, NCU
  Position :  Postdoctoral Fellow.
  E-mail : geojack.slawek@gmail.com
  Education : 

 Tectonic geomorphology
 Structural geology and mountain building processes
 Fluvial, erosional processes and reorganization of the
   landscape
 Mass movement hazards due to natural and/or
   manmade factors
 Geological mapping and interpretation
 DEM (Digital Elevation Model) constructions and
   surveys
 Field geology
 UAV surveys (international UAV pilot license)



Isabelle

Isabelle Le Pivain

      I come from Saint-Germain-en-Laye, a nice town near Paris. I am studying at NCU as an exchange student. My home school is Ecole Centrale de Marseille where I study general engineering, so I know very little about geophysics! I wanted to try it at NCU since I have been interested in nature since I was a child.

  E-mail : isabelle.lepivain@centrale-marseille.fr


      I am fond of listening to music, history, singing, playing soccer, jogging, chatting with my friends, visiting museums and I enjoy natural landscapes. I would say I am curious, a bit of a moaner, I tend to be anxious and lack practical sense but I am rather kind and spontaneous. I set myself the challenge to go to Taiwan and discover a very different culture!



Chu-Ling

Chu-Ling Betty Yang

      Hi everyone! My major is Earth Science at NCU. Interested in animation, Japanese, and latte art. Now I am learning structural geology, ArcGIS, and CorelDraw in lab.

  E-mail : betty8398@gmail.com



Liang-Yu

Liang-Yu Irene Chen

      I am a master student in National Central University whose major is Earth Sciences. I had been in Geomechanics Lab to learn structural geology and mapping tools when I was in college. Now, I am in the Crustal Deformation Observatory under Earth Sciences Institute, Academia Sinica, and my research theme is to discuss the stress field variation on a fault by combing GPS observation and rate-and-state friction law.

  E-mail : sweetlove1tw@gmail.com



Tim Hsieh

Tim Hsieh

       I am Tim Hsieh, born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. I am a senior student in the department of Earth Sciences at National Central University. Backpacking traveling is my favorite activity, and it’s a good way to broaden my horizon. I also enjoy learning foreign languages. Beside English, I have learned French and Korean, and can speak a little bit of Japanese. I am an optimistic person. I believe if I follow my heart, I can always look into the bright side.


  E-mail : s950718g@gmail.com



莊翔富

Xiang-fu Zhuang

      My hometown is in Nantou. Now I'm the person in charge of the Wa-Li-Da Engineering company. We provide customized drones and drone survey service for research or other applications.If you need anything, please don't hesitate to contact me!

  E-mail : ddtabssrs@gmail.com



Yun-Ju

Yun-Ju Chen

      I am a PhD student in the Department of Physics at University of Texas at Dallas, USA. I received my bachelor’s degree in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences and master’s degree in the Graduate Institute of Space Science from the National Central University in Taiwan. After that, I worked as an assistant in Geomechanics lab for one year. I like to play badminton, tennis and watch movies or animations in my free time.
      My research topic is spatial and temporal responses of the plasma convection in the Earth’s ionosphere at the high latitudes to the changes in solar wind. Roughly speaking, it is about the ionosphere-magnetosphere-solar wind coupling, or so-called space weather in general.