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2015


Date Topic Speaker
1/8 Numerical study of severe downslope windstorm Dr. Wen-yih Sun, 
Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences,
Purdue University
1/19~20
Workshop on High-Resolution Climate Simulation, Projection, and Application│2015氣候變遷國際研討會-高解析度氣候模擬、推估與應用
 
2/4 Changes in tropical circulation under global warming- impacts of shallow convection Dr. Chao-An Chen (陳昭安), 
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, 
Research Center for Environmental Changes,
Academia Sinica
2/11 Very high resolution climate simulation in GFDL HiRAM with stretched and nested grids: hurricanes, typhoons, and severe thunderstorms Dr. Lucas Harris, 
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, 
NOAA
3/12 The Impacts of Cloud Snow Radiative Effects on Ocean Surface Latent Heat Fluxes, Precipitation, and Salinity in Coupled GCM Simulations Dr. Jui-Lin Li, 
University of California, 
Los Angeles
3/20 Cloud Variability and Climate Sensitivity Dr. Yuk Ling Yung, 
Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences, 
California Institute of Technology
3/30 Land-falling atmospheric rivers along the west coast of North America Dr. Gudrun Magnusdottir, 
Department of Earth System Science, 
University of California, Irvine
4/8 The MJO in a warmer world Dr. CW June Chang, 
Private Chinese Culture University
4/29 Understanding tropical cyclone climatology: a hierarchy of idealized models Dr. Isaac Held, 
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory GFD/NOAA
5/13 Release of Carbonaceous Aerosols from Cloud Drop Evaporation: Impacts on Aerosol Radiative Forcing Dr. Hsiang-He Lee, 
Center for Environmental Sensing and Modeling (CENSAM) IRG, 
Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology
5/14 Not just rains - changing climate regimes across South Asia Professor Shih-Yu (Simon) Wang, Associate Professor, Department of Plants, Soils & Climate, 
Utah Climate Center
6/5 Precipitation Enhancement and Track Change Associated with the Passage of a Tropical Cyclone over Mesoscale Mountains Dr. Yuh-Lang Lin, 
North Carolina A&T University
6/8 Uncertainty of Microphysics Schemes in CRMs Dr. Wei-Kuo Tao, 
Mesoscale Atmospheric Processes Laboratory,
Laboratory for Atmospheres, 
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
6/17 Spectrum: an underutilized dimension in climate observations and model diagnostics Dr. Xianglei Huang, 
Atmospheric, Oceanic & Space Sciences, 
University of Michigan
6/22 Lecture 1:Data-model comparisons (I): an overview and case studies with cloud fields
6/23 Lecture 1:Data-model comparisons (II): satellite data sets and satellite simualtors
7/29 Tropical cloud and precipitation regimes and vertical structures as seen by coincident TRMM, CloudSat and CALIPSO observations Dr. Z. Johnny Luo, 
Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, 
City College of New York, CUNY
7/30 The Influences of Changing El Niño on US Hydroclimate Mr. Yu-Chiao Liang, 
PhD Student, 
Earth System Science Department, UC Irvine
8/4 Bernoulli Equation & Flow over a Mountain Dr. Wen-Yih Sun, Professor, 
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 
Purdue University
8/12 Changes of regional precipitation during the warming period of 1979-│2013 Dr. Shaw Chen Liu (The 29th Academician, Academia Sinica Distinguished Visiting Fellow) 
Research Center for Environmental Changes, 
Academia Sinica
8/13 An Observation-Based Evaluation of Prognostic Cloud Water in Global Climate Models Dr. Jui-Lin (Frank) Li, 
JPL/Caltech
8/26 Development and Application of Satellite-based Precipitation Estimation in Hydroclimatological Studies Dr. Kuo-Lin Hsu, 
Associate Professor in Residence, Civil & Environmental Engineering 
The Henry Samueli School of Engineering, 
University of California, Irvine
9/2 Future Changes in Space-Time Characteristics of Asian Monsoon Region Dr. Chi-Hua Wu, 
Research Center for Environmental Changes, 
Academia Sinica
9/16 Potential dynamics and models of zonal flow formation Dr. Pei-Chun Hsu, 
Research Center for Environmental Changes, 
Academia Sinica
9/23 ACCESS 2.0 Development: Preliminary Results Dr. Arnold Sullivan, 
Scientist Support at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research