Dr. Ke Liu is currently based in Launceston with Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture in Australia. Ke’s research interests mainly focus on agricultural adaptions to climate change, GHG emissions and mitigations etc; Ke has much experience in modelling climate change and extreme climates (e.g water and temperature stress) impacts on crop productivity and developing adaptation strategies in farming system. Ke advanced the process-basis for simulating waterlogging stress in the cropping systems model APSIM. Ke has published over 40 peer-reviewed publications in the international journals e.g. Global Change Biology, Earth’s Future and Environmental Research Letters etc. Ke is also open-minded and looking forward to potential collaborations with people who are interested in climate change and crop modelling.