Geodynamic modeling of coupled processes of deformation, heat transfer, porous fluid flow in the earth, earthquake mechanics in the lithosphere.
1986 Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
1966 B.S. University of Science and Technology of China
1968-1978, Institute of Geomechanics, Engineer
1986-1988, UC Berkeley, Post Dc.
1991,1993,1995 for several months, Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences of New Zealand; University of Wellington, Visiting Scholar
2002 3 months, University of Sao Paolo, Brazil, Visiting Scholar
1988-present, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Professor, Vice director of the school(1996-1998), Director of Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics(2003-2010)
Fellowship, Awards & Honors
Member of Chinese Academy of Sciences since 2001Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World since 2005
Vice Chairman of Chinese Geophysical Society
An overview of the coupled physical process of the earth.
Numerical investigation on the geodynamical mechanism of the first major shock of 2006 Pingtung Mw7.0 earthquake， SUN YuJun, ZHANG Huai & SHI YaoLin， Science China D，2011， 54（5）：631~639
Some aspects of static stress change calculation – Case study on the wenchuan earthquake， SHI Yao-Lin, CAO Jian-Ling，CHINESE JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICS Vol.53, No.1, 2010, pp: 64_73
Numerical simulation of GPS observed clockwise rotation around the eastern Himalayan syntax in the Tibetan Plateau, Cao Jianling， Shi Yaolin， Zhang Huai， Wang Hui， Chinese Science Bulletin， 2009， 54（8）： 1398-1410.
Lithosphere Effective Viscosity of Continental China, SHI Yaolin, CAO Jianling, EARTH SCIENCE FRONTIERS, 2008,15(3),82-95
Tsunami hazards along Chinese coast from potential earthquakes in South China Sea, Yingchun Liu, Angela Santos, Shuo M. Wang, Yaolin Shi, Hailing Liu, David A. Yuen, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 2007, 163: 233–244
Lithosphere Thickness of the Chinese Continent, An Meijian, SHI Yaolin, Physics of Earth and Planetary Interior, 2006,159:257-266
Computation of the present-day strain rate field of the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau and its geodynamic implications, Zhu SB, Cai YE; Shi YL, CHINESE JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICS-CHINESE EDITION, 2005, 48(5): 1053-1061
Genetic algorithm-finite element inversion of drag forces exerted by the lower crust on the upper crust in the Sichuan-Yunnan area, Zhu SB, Shi YL, CHINESE JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICS-CHINESE EDITION, 47( 2): 232-239 2004
Stcochastic dynamic model of SARS spreading, Shi Yaolin, Chinese Science Bulletin, 2003, 48(13): 1287-1292
Performance of Chinese Annual Earthquake Predictions in the Nineties, Yaolin Shi, Jie Liu, Guomin Zhang, Journal of Applied Probability, 2001, 38A, 222-232
Thermal modeling of the Southern Alps, New Zealand，Yaolin SHI，Rick Allis，and Fred Davey，PAGEOPH，146，3/4，469-501，1996
Generation of high pore pressure in accretionary prism: Inferences from the Barbados Subduction Complex，Y. Shi and C. -Y. Wang，Jour. Geophys. Res.，93，8893-8910，1988
Two-dimensional modeling of P-T-t paths of regional metamorphism in simple overthrust terrains，Y. Shi and C.Y. Wang，Geology，15，1048-1051，1987
Pore pressure generation in sedimentary basins: Overloading versus Aquathermal，Y. Shi and C.Y. Wang，Jour. Geophys. Res.，91，2153-2162，1986
On the thermal structure of subduction complexes:A preliminary study，C.-Y. Wang and Y. Shi, Jour. Geophys. Res.，89，7709-7718，1984.
The standard error of the magnitude-frequency b-value，Y. Shi and B. A. Bolt，Bull. Seis. Soc. Am.，72，1677-1687，1982.
Dynamic uplift of the Himalaya，C.Y. Wang，Y. Shi and W. Zhou，Nature，298，553-556，1982