Full Time Faculty Members


Dr. Li Qiang

Birth Date:
Tel: +86-13692160972 Fax: +86-755-26617202 Email:li.qiang@sz.tsinghua.edu.cn


2004-2010 Ph. D in Physical Oceanography (expected in 2009), Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island

2001-2004 M. S. in Physical Oceanography, Institution of Physical Oceanography, Ocean University of China,

1997-2001 B. S. in Oceanography College of Ocean and Environment, Ocean University of China,


2010 - present, Lecturer, Graduate School at Shenzhen,Tsinghua University

Professional Societies

American Geophysical Union

Acoustic Society of America

Research Interest

Internal waves in the ocean; Nonlinear dynamics; Numerical modelling; Climate Change and its impact on economy and human society.


1) Li, Q., D. M. Farmer, 2011: The generation and evolution of nonlinear internal waves in the deep basin of the South China Sea, J. Phys. Oceanogr, in press: doi: 10.1175/2011JPO4587.1.

2) Farmer, D., Q. Li and J. H. Park, 2009: Internal waves observations in the South China Sea: the role of rotation and nonlinearity, Atmos-Ocean, 47 (4), 267-280.

3) Li, Q., D. M. Farmer, T. Duda, and S. Ramp, 2009: Acoustical measurement of nonlinear internal waves using the inverted echo sounder, J. Atmos. Oceanic Tech, 26, 2228-2242.

4) Lin, X., D. Wu, Q. Li and J. Lan, 2005, An Amplification Mechanism of Intraseasonal Long Rossby Wave in the Subtropical Ocean,Journal of Oceanography, 61, 369-378.

5) Wu, D., Q. Li, X. Lin and X. Bao, 2005, The Characteristics of SST Anomaly Interannual Variability in the Bohai Sea During 1990-1999, Periodical of Ocean University of China, 35, 173-176

6) Mu, L., D. Wu and Q. Li, 2004: Mechanism for the long-term variation of salinity of the Bohai Sea. Progress in Nature Science. 14, 191-195.

American Geophysical Union

Acoustic Society of America