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Atmospheric science educator

Tai-Jen George Chen, Chinese atmospheric science educator. Achievements include improving basic understanding of the heavy rainfall processes in the Mei-Yu season; organizing of a 10-year research program in Taiwan to study mesoscale processes in the Mei-Yu season/Taiwan Area Mesoscale Experiment, 1983-1993. Member Meteorological Society of Republican of China (president 1991-1994).

Background

Chen, Tai-Jen George was born on October 25, 1945 in Taichung, Taiwan. Son of Cheng-Chin and Lang (Kuo) Chen.

Education

Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan University, 1968. Master of Science, State University of New York, Albany, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy, State University of New York, Albany, 1974.

Career

Associate professor, National Taiwan U., Taipei, 1976-1980; department chairman, National Taiwan U., Taipei, 1988-1991; professor, National Taiwan U., Taipei, since 1980. Visiting associate professor National Taiwan U., 1975-1976. Science consultant National Science Council, Taipei, 1979-1989.

Science advisor Ministry of Communications, Taipei, 1987-1994.

Achievements

  • Achievements include improving basic understanding of the heavy rainfall processes in the Mei-Yu season. Organizing of a 10-year research program in Taiwan to study mesoscale processes in the Mei-Yu season/Taiwan Area Mesoscale Experiment, 1983-1993.

Membership

Member Meteorological Society of Republican of China (president 1991-1994).

Connections

Married Shieu Chang, June 15, 1967.

father:
Cheng-Chin Chen

mother:
Lang (Kuo) Chen

spouse:
Shieu Chang