Luo yali, a researcher from the Chinese academy of meteorological sciences, was invited to give an academic report to our school
On The morning of March 22, Luo yali, a second-level researcher of The Chinese academy of meteorological sciences and principal researcher of The state key laboratory of disaster weather, made an academic report titled 《The Southern China Monsoon Rainfall Experiment (SCMREX) 》in room 1107 at the invitation of the academy of atmospheric sciences. The report was presided over by zhang yu, vice President of the college of atmospheric sciences, faculty and students of the college of atmospheric sciences participated actively.
Luo yali first introduced the data assimilation technology and the dynamic framework and physical process of the numerical model, and emphasized the importance of improving the model technology scientifically. Then she explained the experimental conditions in the field, the role and significance of sonde data encryption, dual-polarization radar, wind profiler radar and three-dimensional lightning observation technology, and made in-depth discussion on the model mechanism, numerical prediction of convection scale and other issues.
After the lecture, Luo yali had a discussion with the teachers and students. This exchange activity has created a good academic exchange atmosphere, pointed out the direction for students to further study numerical models and cutting-edge issues of data assimilation, and promoted their enthusiasm for learning.
Expert profile: Luo yali is a second-level researcher at the Chinese academy of meteorological sciences, a principal researcher at the state key laboratory of disaster weather, a doctoral supervisor, and a master’s supervisor in atmospheric science at Chengdu University of Information Technology. She is mainly engaged in the research of rainstorm, strong convection and cloud precipitation process mechanism and numerical simulation, as well as the change of extreme weather and climate. He has published more than 50 papers in domestic and foreign academic journals, international monographs and national reports, among which more than 40 papers have been included in SCI journals.