Improved treatment of clouds and convection for the DOE Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM) atmospheric model version 3

Presented on September 21, 2022, by Dr. Shaocheng XieResearch Scientist, Group LeaderCloud Processes Research and ModelingAtmospheric, Earth & Energy Division (L103)Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Abstract: Dominant summertime disturbances along the subtropical Meiyu front are eastward-propagating synoptic-scale waves that are coupled

Title: 1. Change in Tropical Cyclone (TC) Translation Speed in the South China Sea and Implication on TC Intensity Change; 2. The Explosive Intensification of Super Typhoon Hagibis (2019)

Presented on May 4, 2022, by Professor I-I LinDepartment of Atmospheric SciencesNational Taiwan University Abstract: This talk will cover 2 topics. The first is a climate-scale study discussing the change in tropical cyclone translation speed in the South China Sea

Investigating the Lagrangian evolution of microphysical characteristics of convective precipitation systems using dual-polarimetric radar

Presented on March 23, 2022, by Dr. Wei-Yu ChangAssistant ProfessorDepartment of Atmospheric SciencesNational Central University, Taiwan Abstract: The mesoscale convective systems (MCSs) play essential role in contributing heavy precipitation in Taiwan. The microphysical characteristics vary vastly in different types of