Hi, I am Qiu Yang (杨邱). I am currently a postdoctoral fellow affiliated to The Center for Prototype Climate Modelling (CPCM) at NYU Abu Dhabi and co-mentored by Profs. Andrew Majda (NYU), Boualem Khouider (Uvic), and Mitechell Moncrieff (NCAR). In 2017 spring, I obtained my Ph.D. degree of Mathematics and Atmosphere Ocean Science at Center for Atmosphere Ocean Science, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University.

My current research focuses on the topic "Upscale Impact of Mesoscale Convective Systems on Tropical Weather and Climate". In general, I am interested in understanding multi-scale structures of tropical convection based on both simple multi-scale asymptotic models and comprehensive numerical simulations. My research involves a broad diversity of tropical convection that may dramatically impact local weather and global climate, such as Monsoon, Madden-Julian Oscillation, diurnal cycle, ITCZ, convectively coupled equatorial waves, mesoscale convective systems.


Address: Room 930, WWH building, 251 Mercer St, New York
Email: qiuyang50@gmail.com


-On December 11, 2018, I will be the co-chair for the session "Clouds in tropics: Stochasticity and organization, observation and simulation." at AGU Fall meeting. On December 10 (13:40-18:00pm), I will give a poster presentation entitled "Upscale Impact of Mesoscale Convective Systems and Its Parameterization in an Idealized GCM for a MJO Analog above the Equator".

-On April 18, 2018, I will give a oral presentation at 33rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology at Ponte Vedra, Florida. Missed it? Watch recorded video! [my talk]

-On Dec 11, 2017, I will give a Poster presentation at 2017 AGU fall meeting at New Orleans. Please come to talk to me! [my poster]

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