Peggy Li

Biographical Sketch

P. Peggy Li reeived a BS and an MS in electrical engineering from the National Taiwan University, Taiwan, and a PhD in computer science from the California Institute of Technology in 1986. She was the technical group supervisor for the Parallel and Distributed Application Technology Group (formally Automation and Scheduling Technology) in the Applications Development Section from 1996 to 1999. She led many research and development tasks in the parallel and distributed computing area since she joined JPL in 1989, including the development of a distributed discrete event simulation framework, and a remote interactive visualization and analysis (RIVA) system for the planetary data visualization. She is currently leading development of regridding components for the Earth system modeling framework. Also, she manages development of several data portals for oceanographic data. Her research interests include scientific visualization, parallel rendering, and distributed computing.

Projects

  • Ocean data portals
  • Earth system modeling framework development, especially regridding

  • Selected Publications

    Cawse-Nicholson, K., Braverman, A., Kang, Emily L., Li, M., Johnson, M., Halverson, G., Anderson, M., Haind, C., Gunson, M., and and Hook, S. (2020). “Sensitivity and uncertainty quantification for the ECOSTRESS evapotranspiration algorithm – DisALEXI,” International Journal on Applied Earth Observations and Geoinformation. Download.

    Smith, Ryan N, Chao, Yi, Li, Peggy P, Caron, David A, Jones, Burton H, and Sukhatme, Gaurav S (2010). “Planning and Implementing Trajectories for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles to Track Evolving Ocean Processes Based on Predictions from a Regional Ocean Model,” The International Journal of Robotics Research. Download.

    Li, P., Hristova-Veleva, S. M., Turk, F. J., Vu, Q., Knosp, B. W., Lambrigtsen, B., Poulsen, W. L., Shen, T. J., and Licata, S. J. (2010). “The JPL GRIP Portal - Serving Near Real-time Observation and Model Forecast for Hurricane Study,” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, pp. A1260.

    Hristova-Veleva, S. M., Turk, F. J., Li, P., Knosp, B. W., Vu, Q., Lambrigtsen, B., Montgomery, M., Boothe, M., Velden, C. S., Gopalakrishnan, S., Durden, S. L., Tanelli, S., and Quirino, T. (2010). “Evaluating Tropical Cyclone Forecasts from High-Resolution Regional Models and Lower Resolution Global Models Using the JPL Grip/predict/ifex Database of Satellite and Airborne Observations during the Period August 15TH - September 30TH 2010,” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, pp. B86.

    David R. Thompson, Steve Chien, Arjuna Balasurayia, Stephanie Petillo, Yi Chao, Peggy Li, Bronwyn Cahill, Julia Levin, Michael Meisinger, Matthew Arrott, Oscar Schofield (2010). “Spatiotemporal Path Planning in Strong, Dynamic, Uncertain Currents,” Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2010. Download (CL#10-0420).

    Li, P., Turk, J., Vu, Q., Knosp, B., Hristova-Veleva, S. M., Lambrigtsen, B., Poulsen, W. L., and Licata, S. (2009). “3D Visualization of near real-time remote-sensing observation for hurricanes field campaign using Google Earth API,” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, pp. A1025.

    Hristova-Veleva, S. M., Chao, Y., Chau, A. H., Haddad, Z. S., Knosp, B., Lambrigtsen, B., Li, P., Martin, J. M., Poulsen, W. L., Rodriguez, E., Stiles, B. W., Turk, J., and Vu, Q. (2009). “Using Instrument Simulators and a Satellite Database to Evaluate Microphysical Assumptions in High-Resolution Simulations of Hurricane Rita,” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, pp. L6.

    David R. Thompson, Steve Chien, Matthew Arrott, Arjuna Balasuriyai, Yi Chao, Peggy Li, Stephanie Petillo, Oscar Schofield (2009). “Mission Planning in a Dynamic Ocean Sensorweb,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Planning and Scheduling, SPARK Workshop. Download (CL #09-3134).

    Knosp, B. W., Ao, C. O., Chao, Y., Dang, V., Garay, M., Haddad, Z., Hristova-Veleva, S., Lambrigtsen, B., Li, P. P., Park, K., Poulsen, W. L., Rosenman, M. A., Su, H., Vane, D., Vu, Q. A., Willis, J. K., and Wu, D. (2008). “The JPL Tropical Cyclone Information System: Data and Tools for Researchers,” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, pp. A1051.

    Li, P., Jacob, J., Braverman, A., and Block, G. (2003). “Visualization of Multi-dimensional MISR Datasets Using Self-Organizing Map,” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, pp. A165.

    Siegel, H. and Li, P. (2003). “MSLT, Multi Surface Light Table, a Tool for Viewing Faults Under Their Terrain,” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, pp. B6.