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Prof. Guoxiong Wu

Tel: 0086-010-82995266

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E-mail: gxwu .AT. lasg.iap.ac.cn

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Beijing, 100029 P.R.China

TITLE: Academician and Life Tenure Professor of CAS;
Director, Academic Committee of LASG, CAS.

DEGREE: Ph. D. (London University);
D.I.C. (Imperial College of Science and Technology)

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Professional Experience:
1966: Graduated from Nanjing Institute of Meteorology.
1967-1978: Central Observatory of Northwest China, Lanzhou.
Weather forecast engineer, in charge of short-range, medium-range, and numerical weather forecasts.
1979-1983: Ph.D. study at Imperial College of Science and Technology, London University, U.K.
1983-1984: Visiting scientist at ECMWF, Reading, England.
1985-now: Professor, IAP, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
1989-1991: Senior Visiting Research Professor at GFDL/AOS Program, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA.
1993-2000: Director, National Key Laboratory of Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
1997: Elected as an Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Life Tenure Professor of CAS
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Community Service:
1991-2000: Member, International Committee of Dynamic Meteorology, IAMAS
1997-2003: Member, Executive Committee of International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS)
1998-2008: President, China National Committee for IAMAS,
1999-2002: Member, Science Steering Group of International Program “ Climate Variability and Predictability (CLIVAR)”
2001-2005: Member, Science Steering Group of International Program “Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment (GEWEX)”
2002-2004: Member, Roger Revelle Medal Committee, American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2002-2008: Deputy Chairman, Geo-science Division, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2003-2007: Vice President, Executive Committee of International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS)
2003-now: Vice President, China National Committee for IUGG
2005-2007: Member, Committee on International Participation, American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2005-2010: Officer, WMO/ICO/ICSU Joint Science Committee(JSC), World Climate Research Program (WCRP)
2007-2011: President, International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS)

1999-2008: Chief Editor, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, journal
1994-2003: Responsible Editor, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, journal
2000-now: Editor, Climate Dynamics, journal

1999: Convener: Dynamics of subtropical anticyclones, XXII IUGG, Birmingham, UK, July
2000: Co-Chairman, Climate and Environment Variability and Predictability, Shanghai, China, Organized by ICDM and LASG
2001: Convener: Asian Monsoon and Global Climate, IAMAS, Innsbruck, Austria, July
2003: Co-Convener: Monsoon Dynamics, XXIII IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, July.

1996-1999: Principle Investigator, Formation and variation of the subtropical anticyclone, an Important Project of the Chinese NSF
2001-2004: Principle Investigator, Land- air- sea interaction over the Asian monsoon area and its impact on the climate variability over China, an Important Project of Chinese Academy of Sciences
2002-2005: Principle Investigator, Variation of the summertime subtropical anticyclone and its impacts on weather and climate, an Important Project of the Chinese NSF
2006-2007: Principle Investigator, National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program ): Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction over the Joining Area of Asia and Indian-Pacific Ocean (AIPO) and Its Impact on the Short-Term Climate Variation in China (2006.09-2011.09)

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Research Field: Weather and climate dynamics, including numerical modeling and data diagnosis.
Mentoring: Mentor to 25 post- graduate students since 1980’s, and 7 Post- Doctorate. At present, co-advisor with 4 professors and three associate professors to 12 Ph. D. students and 2 M. Sc. Students.
Orientation for Post- Graduate program: Diagnosis, theoretical study and modeling on:
1. Land- air- sea interaction and the Asian monsoon activities;
2. Orography effects on weather and climate;
3. Subtropical weather and climate.

 

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