LI Lin Lin
My research interests focus on the sediment movement induced tsunamis. I use numerical models to investigate the physical processes of tsunami inundation and sediment transport. An important goal of my research is to better understand the relationship between tsunami deposits and hydrodynamics and to help further assess the palaeo-tsunami hazard in tsunami-prone area. I’m also developing inversion models which could invert tsunami source parameters from tsunami waveforms and surveyed tsunami data.
- 2003-2009 PhD in Hydraulic Engineering: Department of Hydraulic Engineering
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
- 1999-2003 Bsc in Hydraulic Engineering:Department of Environment and Water Conservancy Engineering, Zhengzhou University, China
- 2009-Present Research Fellow, Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang technological University, Singapore
- 2007-2008 Research assistant in the project on building the analyzing model of supervisory information to control the construction risk of South-to-North Water Diversion in China, sponsored by South-to-North Water Diversion Construction Council of State Department
- 2005 Engineering training in Beijing Institute of Survey, Planning, Design and Research.
- 2004-2005 Engineering training in Kunming Institute of Survey, Planning, Design and Research, Yunnan.
Numerical simulation of erosion and deposition at the Thailand Khao Lak coast during the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Natural Hazards. 74(3), 2251-2277. (2014).
The 2010 Mw 7.8 Mentawai earthquake: Very shallow source of a rare tsunami earthquake determined from tsunami field survey and near-field GPS data. Journal of Geophysical Research. (2012).
Modeling the change of beach profile under tsunami waves: a comparison of selected sediment transport models. Journal of Earthquake and Tsunami. (2012).
Tsunami-induced coastal change: scenario studies for Painan, West Sumatra, Indonesia. Earth, Planets and Space. 64, 799-816. (2012).