Our lab welcomes M.S. student Tengyu Ding. Tengyu received his B.S. degree in Hydrology and Water Resources from the Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University in China. His research focuses on modeling the terrestrial hydrological cycle. Welcome, Tengyu!
Amir successfully defended his PhD dissertation, and is moving to a postdoc position at UCLA. Congratulations, Dr. Erfanian! We will miss you!
Congratulations to Amir Erfanian and Lori Fomenko whose ClimaMedia project was featured in UConn Today.
The full story can be found here: Using Social Media to Take On Climate Change
The lab welcomes Xiaoming Sun, a postdoctoral associate with keen interest in precipitation extremes and atmospheric convection. Dr. Sun received his PhD degree from Duke University under the supervision of Professor Ana Barros in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and M.S. degree from UConn CEE. Welcome back, Xiaoming!
Dr. Miao Yu, a former postdoctoral researcher in our group (2011-2014), has been promoted to the rank of Professor in Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology! Miao, congratulations! We are so proud of you!!!
Congratulations to Amir Erfanian! Amir’s paper documenting the unprecedented Amazon drought (2015-16) was published in Scientific Reports!
The full text can be found at http://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-05373-2
The YouTube video for Lori Fomenko’s Tedx talk has been released! Well done, Lori!
Congratulations to Amir Erfanian! His new ensemble approach to regional climate modeling (Ensemble-based Reconstructed Forcing, ERF) has been published in GRL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2017GL073053/epdf
Our lab’s 2-paper series on coupled land use-climate projections has been published online now, accessible from the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems website:
These formally wrapped up our NSF EaSM project. Congratulations and many thanks to Dr. Kazi Ahmed who played a pivotal role in this project! And thanks to the rest of the team for all their contributions and support! It was a great experience working together on this challenging and productive project.