|Present||Assistant Professor, San Jose State University ‐ Meteorology and Climate Science|
Anthropogenic influences on ice crystal properties and cirrus clouds’ radiative forcing, Aircraft-based and remote sensing observations of water vapor, ice crystals and aerosols, Numerical modeling of cloud dynamics and microphysical properties, Multi-scale dynamical influences on ice supersaturation and ice crystal formation, and Aerosol indirect effects on cirrus cloud’s formation and evolution from natural and anthropogenic sources
Honors and Awards
- 2018, Early Career Investigator Award, San Jose State University Research Foundation
- METR 215 Advanced Physical Meteorology
- METR 125 Physical Meteorology
- METR 112 Global Climate Change
|September 2008 - August 2013||Ph.D., Princeton University ‐ Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|September 2004 - June 2008||B. S., Peking University ‐ School of Environmental Sciences and Engineering|
Relationship between macroscopic and microphysical properties for mixed-phase and ice ...
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2017)
Mixed-phase and ice clouds play very important roles in regulating the atmospheric radiation over the Southern Ocean. Previously, in-situ observations ...