Academic Profile : Faculty

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Asst Prof Wang Jingyu
Assistant Professor, National Institute of Education - Humanities & Social Studies Education
Dr. Wang Jingyu is an assistant professor in the Humanities & Social Studies Education Academic Group. Before joining NIE, he worked as a postdoctoral associate at the Department of Atmospheric Sciences & Global Change, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, observing and simulating mesoscale convective systems and the related natural hazards of tornado and hail. Jingyu received his Ph.D. degree in Atmospheric Sciences (with a minor degree in Hydrology) from the University of Arizona, with the focus of in-situ observation of cloud microphysics using research aircraft. He is also a topical editor of Frontiers in Earth Science.
Regional and global climate modelling and applications; Severe convective storms and hazards; Meteorological instrumentation; Land-atmosphere interaction.
  • Sand mining in Southeast Asia: Monitoring system, the first budget and sustainable harvesting
  • A long-term climatology of the flood-casing convective systems over the maritime continent
  • A novel approach to decouple effects of multiple environmental pressures on intensifying salinity intrusion in the Mekong Delta
  • Understanding the Formation-development-dissipation Processes of Flood-causing Storms over the Southeast Asia through an Integrative Analysis of Satellite and Surface Observations
  • Strengthening community resilience to global change stresses through flood-based farming systems in the Mekong Delta
  • Two-Sample Test for High-Dimensional Covariance Matrices
  • The future projection of urban heatwave exposure in the changing climate
  • Revealing the characteristics of the storm that caused the 2021 Malay Peninsula Flood and its outlook in the future
2020 PNNL Featured Scientist at American Geophysical Union
2017 National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Travel Award
2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Travel Award
2014 International Commission on Clouds and Precipitation (ICPP) Conference Chair Travel Awards
2012 Outstanding Graduate Assistant Service Award, Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China
Courses Taught
AAG10A Elements of Physical Geography
AAG10C Techniques in Geography
AAG23B Remote Sensing
AAG23E Climate and Climate Change
AAG33H Applied Geographical Information Systems
MAS950 Spatial Data Analytics in Climate Change and the Humanities