Scientific Services

Scientific Services

  • Associate Editor for the journal Weather and Forecasting 
  • Review Editor on the Editorial Board of Interdisciplinary Climate Studies (specialty section of Frontiers in Environmental Science, Frontiers in Earth Science and Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution)
  • Proposal reviewer for the U.S. National Science Foundation
  • Guest Editor for the journal Atmosphere’s Special Issue “Recent Advances in Assessments of Air-Sea Interactions, Climate Dynamics, and Predictability" 
  • Ad-hoc reviewer for several top climate research journals, such as Nature, Climate Dynamics, Journal of Climate, and Geophysical Research Letters, etc.
  • 2019 - present   European Geophysical Union Member
  • 2018 - present   American Meteorology Society Member; Japan Geophysical Union Member
  • 2016 - present   AAAS/Science Member; American Geophysical Union Member

Technical Skills and Certificates

  • Coding & Visualization: Python, MATLAB, Fortran, Bash, NCL, ArcGIS, R, GrADS, SQL
  • Numerical Climate Modeling: CMIP5/6, CESM1/2, ECMWF, WRF, NatCat Modeling
  • Operation Systems: Unix/Linux, MacOS, Windows, & Supercomputer  


  1.   “Fluid Dynamics of Sustainability and the Environment”, Issuing Institution: University of Cambridge 
  2.    “Carbon Taxation”, Issuing Institution: United Nations Institute for Training and Research
  3.   “Digital Skills: Artificial Intelligence”, Issuing Institution: FutureLearn
  4.   “Artificial Intelligence for Earth System Science (AI4ESS)”, Issuing Institution: US National Center for Atmospheric Research
  5.   “Advanced Google Analytics”, Issuing Institution: Google Analytics Academy
  6.   “AI for Earth System Science”, Issuing Institution: US National Center for Atmospheric Research
  7.   “Certificate in ESG Investing” (in progress), Issuing Institution: CFA Institute


# 2022 Sub-seasonal Prediction of Atmospheric Rivers in the GFDL SPEAR Model (Talk)

102nd AMS Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, US

# 2021 The Signal-to-Noise Paradox in Climate Models (Invited Talk)

US Climate Variability and Predictability (CLIVAR), Washington DC, US

# 2021 Improve Climate Prediction from the Signal-to-Noise Paradox (Invited Talk)

Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, US

# 2021 The Signal-to-Noise Paradox in Climate Simulations and Prediction (Invited Talk)

NOAA Global System Laboratory, Boulder, Colorado, US

# 2021 Does the Signal-to-Noise Paradox Exist in Sub-seasonal Predictions? (Talk)

EGU Annual Meeting 2021, online.

# 2020 Signal-to-noise Paradox in Climate Predictions (Invited Talk)

Princeton University/GFDL, Princeton, New Jersey, US

# 2020 Internal Atmospheric Noise and Decadal Predictability of Surface Temperature, Precipitation and Extremes (Poster); Understanding the Signal-to-Noise Paradox in Climate Prediction (Talk)

100th AMS Annual Meeting, Boston, US

# 2019 Advancing Decadal Climate Predictability in the North Atlantic (Talk)

WCRP ICRC-CORDEX International Conference on Regional Climate, Beijing, China

# 2019 Estimates of Decadal Climate Predictability from an Interactive Ensemble Model (Poster)

Ocean Eddies and Climate Predictability (Poster)

EGU Annual Meeting 2019, Vienna, Austria

# 2019 Predicting the coming decades: a review and perspectives (Invited Talk)

Distinguished Chinese Young Scholars Forum, Nanjing, China

# 2018 Decadal variability and predictability of the Indian Ocean with a coupled eddy-resolving climate model (Poster)

100th AGU Fall Meeting, Washington D.C, US

# 2018 The Impact of Internal Atmospheric Dynamics on Decadal Climate Predictability (Talk)

JpGU Annual Meeting 2018, Chiba, Japan

# 2018 Estimates of Decadal Climate Predictability in the Interactive Ensemble NCAR Model (Poster)

98th AMS Annual Meeting, Austin, US 2018