Yue (Michael) Ying

PhD Candidate
Pennsylvania State University

601 Walker Building
University Park, PA 16802
Email: yxy159@psu.edu
Phone: (814)-954-0552


Education

2012-presentPhD MeteorologyPennsylvania State University
2009-2012MS MeteorologyPeking University
2005-2009BS MeteorologyPeking University

Research Interests

Numerical modeling of atmospheric phenomena as dynamic systems and the associated predictability problems and data assimilation challenges.

Publications

  1. Ying, Y., and F. Zhang, 2015: An adaptive covariance relaxation method for ensemble data assimilation. Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc..
  2. Wang, S., A. H. Sobel, F. Zhang, Y. Sun, Y. Ying, and L. Zhou, 2015: Regional simulation of the October and November MJO events observed during the CINDY/DYNAMO field campaign at gray zone resolution. J. Climate, 28, 2097-2119.
  3. Hu, H., Q. Zhang, B. Xie, Y. Ying, J. Zhang, and X. Wang, 2014: Predictability of an advection fog event over North China. Part I: Sensitivity to initial condition differences. Mon. Wea. Rev., 142, 1803-1822.
  4. Ying, Y., and Q. Zhang, 2012: A modeling study on tropical cyclone structural changes in response to ambient moisture variations. J. Meteorol. Soc. Japan, 90, 755-770.
  5. Zhang, J., T. Zhu, Q. Zhang, C. Li, and H. Shu, Y. Ying, Z. Dai, X. Wang, 2012: The impact of circulation patterns on regional transport pathways and air quality over Beijing and its surroundings. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 5031-5053.
  6. Du, Y., Q. Zhang, Y. Ying, and Y. Yang, 2012: Characteristics of low-level jets in Shanghai during the 2008-2009 warm seasons as inferred from wind profiler radar data. J. Meteorol. Soc. Japan, 90, 891-903
  7. Xie, B., Q. Zhang, and Y. Ying, 2011: Trends in precipitable water and relative humidity in China: 1979-2005. J. Applied Meteorol. Climatol., 50, 1985-1994.

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