About me

I’m working at DCOP, RIGC in JAMSTEC as a researcher. I’m interested in the short-term air-sea interactions, including the processes between extra-tropical cyclones and marginal seas, interactions between the upper ocean and the diurnal cycle within the Maritime Continent, and the life cycle of atmospheric rivers (AR).

Interests

  • Air-Sea Interactions
  • Extratropical Cyclones and Marginal Seas

Education

  • Ph.D., 2017

    Kyushu University

  • M.Sc., 2013

    Shanghai Ocean University

  • B.Eng., 2010

    Shanghai Ocean University

All Publications

A Lagrangian view of moisture transport related to the heavy rainfall of July 2020 in Japan: Importance of the moistening over the subtropical regions

The transport and accumulation of moisture played an essential role in the extremely heavy rainfall of July 2020 in Japan. To better …

How does the air-sea coupling frequency affect convection during the MJO passage?

The importance of air-sea coupling in the simulation and prediction of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) has been well established. …

Coastal upwelling in the southwestern Yellow Sea and its environmental impacts during summer

The features of the summer coastal upwelling in the southwestern Yellow Sea have been investigated based on a scientific cruise …

Modulation of Extratropical Cyclones by Previous Cyclones via the Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly Over the Sea of Japan in Winter

The effects of a cyclone-induced sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly in the Sea of Japan on following cyclones were investigated …

Intensification of the subpolar front in the Sea of Japan during winter cyclones

The response of the subpolar front in the Sea of Japan (also known as the East Sea) to winter cyclones is investigated based on …

Research Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Researcher

Dynamic Coupling of Ocean-Atmosphere-Land Research Program, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Apr 2019 – Present Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan

Group Leader: Dr. Kunio Yoneyama

Research Theme includes:

  • Air-sea interactions in Tropical regions
  • Diurnal Cycle
  • Madden-Julian Oscillation
 
 
 
 
 

Post-doctoral Fellow

Research Institute for Applied Mechanics, Kyushu University

Oct 2017 – Mar 2019 Kasuga, Fukuoka, Japan

Lab Head: Prof. Naoki Hirose

Research Theme:

  • The atmospheric responses to a diurnally-varying SST
 
 
 
 
 

Research Assistant

Kyushu University

Oct 2014 – Sep 2017 Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan

Lab Head: Prof. Atsuhiko Isobe

Research Theme includes:

  • Sub-weekly scale interactions between extratropical cyclones and the Sea of Japan based on numerical experiments
 
 
 
 
 

Special Research Student

Nagasaki University

Mar 2012 – Feb 2013 Ngasaki, Nagasaki, Japan

Lab Head: Prof. Atsuyoshi Manda (now at Mie University)

Research Theme includes:

  • Seasonal variation of the Subpoloar Front in the Sea of Japan and its mechanisms
 
 
 
 
 

Graduate Research Assistant

Shanghai Ocean University

Sep 2010 – Jul 2013 Shanghai, China

Advisor: Prof. Zhen Han

Research Theme includes:

  • Reconstruction of three-dimensional sea water temperature structures in the Northwestern Pacific using Argo and satellite-based datasets
 
 
 
 
 

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Shanghai Ocean University

Sep 2009 – Jul 2010 Shanghai, China

Supervisor: Prof. Zhen Han

Research Theme includes:

  • Bio-energy flow of the ecosystems in the East China Sea based on the ’Ecopath’ Model

Presentations

Full list is available in my CV.

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How does the air-sea coupling frequency affect convection during the MJO passage?
Atmospheric Response to a Diurnally Varying Sea Surface Temperature in the Tsushima Strait Area
高解像度海面水温に対する対馬海峡域の大気応答
Effect of SST in the Sea of Japan on the Winter Cyclones
Effect of SST in the Sea of Japan on the Winter Cyclones
Effect of SST in the Sea of Japan on the Winter Cyclones
温帯低気圧における日本海の海面水温変化

Skills

Geoscience Data Analysis

90%

Numerical Models

50%

Fortran

70%

Python/Matlab

10%

Word/LaTex

40%

Chinese/English/Japanese

100%

Photography

10%

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