Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2010, Princeton University
Room: E328 Engineering Quad E-Wing
In general, Professor Lin is interested in Natural Hazards and Risk Assessment, Stochastic Modeling, Wind Engineering, Coastal Engineering, Climate Change Impact and Adaptation, and Built Environment and Sustainability. Specifically, her current research integrates science, engineering, and policy to study tropical cyclones and associated weather extremes (e.g., strong winds, heavy rainfall, and storm surge), how they change with climate, and how their impact on society can be mitigated. The methods will be extended to study other natural hazards, in the context of multi-hazard risk analysis.
- Tropical Cyclones and Climate
- Natural Hazards and Risk Analysis
- Stochastic Modeling
- Wind Engineering
- Coastal Engineering