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Jason Blake Cohen, Professor
Address:School of Atmospheric Sciences, Sun Yat-Sen University, 135 West Xingang Road, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China 510275/
Cell Phone: +86 185 6519 8866
Ultra high-precision mesoscale weather forecast; Full-scale nested local prediction system at super high resolutions; Diurnal variations of summer monsoon and precipitation as well as their climate implications; Land-sea breezes and air-sea-land interaction.
Yongjiu Dai is the professor of the Sun Yat-sen University. Prof. Dai and his group are long-term commitment to a scientific understanding of land-atmosphere interactions as part of the atmosphere system on the local, mesoscale, regional, and global scales, but also touches on related questions. These interactions include biophysical, biogeochemical, and biogeographic effects.
Ministry of Education “Yangtze River Scholar” Distinguished Professor, Dean of School of Atmospheric Sciences, Sun Yat-Sen University, Principal Scientist of China State Key Scientific Research Program Project, Director of Zhuhai Joint Innovative Center for Climate-Environment-Ecosystem, Member of Scientific Steering Committee of APN, Member of China Committee of WCRP, Chair of China Committee of GEWEX, Vice Chair of China Committee of CLiC&IACS, Major Author of IPCC AR5, Leader of Modeling Experts Group of China“Future Earth” Project. Published about 120 papers in areas of climate change, atmosphere-ocean-land interaction, and others.
Science and Technology Planning Project of Guangdong Province, China: Research
on cooperative joint defense and control technology of PM2.5 and O3 using WRF/Chem model with refined urban structure in Pearl River Delta region, 2015-2017, PI;
Monsoon meteorology, tropical atmospheric circulation, regional anomalous climate, effect of land-air or sea-air interaction on regional climate, atmospheric heat sources and moisture sinks.
Donghai Wang, Ph. D, Professor
Members of WMO THORPEX Asian Regional Committee and THORPEX China Committee. Members of Weather Committee, Tropical Meteorology Committee, Numerical Weather Prediction Committee of the Chinese Meteorological Society. Editors of “Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences”, “Acta Meteorological Sinica”, “Journal of Applied Meteorology”, “Journal of Tropical Meteorology”, “Torrential Rain and Disasters”，“Advances in Meteorological Science and Technology”, “Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters”. Published more than 100 papers (about more than 60 SCI papers). Interested in research on Mesoscale Weather Systems and Dynamics, Tropical Convective Systems, Numerical Weather Prediction, Numerical Modeling and Data Assimilation.
School of Atmospheric Sciences, Sun Yat-sen University
135 West Xingang Road, Guangzhou, Guangdong 510275, China
Research Interests: Atmospheric radiaiton; Intercomparison of cloud and aerosol direct radiative effects between satellite observations and models; Aerosol-Cloud-Precipitation interactions; cloud and aerosol feedbacks on weather and climate; Contrail radiative effects
Professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Atmospheric Science at Sun Yat-Sen University. His primary research interests lie in terrestrial ecosystem models based on processes-based analyses at multiple sites and ecosystem types. During the past 5 years, he has published 59 papers in the areas of climate change and ecology, and as a leading author or corresponding author, he publishes 33 papers in prestigious journals including Nature Climate Change (IF=14.547), Nature Communications (IF=11.470) and Remote Sensing of Environment (IF=6.393), with total 823 citations according to the Web of Science for all SCI (Science Citation Index) journal papers he published. Dr. Yuan has also been awarded National Outstanding Youth Fund, and supported by National Youth Top-notch Talent Support Program (The Organization Department of the Central Committee of the CPC) and New Century Excellent Talents (Ministry of Education). Meanwhile Dr. Yuan has been serving as Academic Editors of Plos One and leading author of “National Assessment Report on Climate Change”.
Atmospheric Chemistry, Formation and Aging of Secondary Organic Aerosols(SOA), Automobile Exhaust Pollution, Toxicity and Health Effects of Organic Particles, Advanced Analytical Development and Application