Ph.D Candidate
Advisor: Dr. Zhuo Wang

My research aims to improve our understanding of the predictability of tropical cyclone activity. I am particularly interested in bridging the gap between theoretical research and applied research on geophysical fluid dynamics.

More specifically, I have been exploring how tropical cyclone activity is impacted by 1) the coupled atmosphere-ocean variability, 2) the tropical large-scale circulation, and 3) the tropical-extratropical interactions. I tackle these questions using various climate reanalyses, satellite products, and high-resolution model outputs.

When working with high-volume data, I love crafting tools and testing ideas with NCL and Python. Beyond my research, I enjoy exchanging programming knowledge with learners at all levels, as well as embarking on hiking trips and museum tours.