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Junhong Wei
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Junhong Wei

  • PhD Graduate Student
627 Walker Building
State College, PA
Email: jwei@psu.edu

Education:

  1. PhD Graduate Student - Penn State University, University Park (Aug 2009 - present). Advisor: Fuqing Zhang
  2. MS Meteorology - Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing (Sep 2006 - Jul 2009). Advisor: Zhaohui Lin
  3. BS Atmospheric Sciences - Nanjing University, Nanjing (Sep 2002 - Jun 2006). Advisor: Yaocun Zhang

Biography:

CV:

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS:

MANUSCRIPT, IN PREPARATION, IN REVIEW, OR IN REVISION:

  • Wei, J., and F. Zhang, 2013: Tracking gravity waves in moist baroclinic jet-front systems. In Preparation.
  • Zhang, F., J. Wei, M. Zhang, K. P. Bowman, L. L. Pan, E. Atlas, S. C. Wofsy, 2013: Aircraft Measurements of Gravity Waves in the Upper-tropospheric Low-stratospheric Region during the START08 Field Experiment. Plan to be submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmosphere.

PRESENTATION:

EXPERIENCE:

  • Graduate Research Assistant, Aug 2010 – present. The Pennsylvania State University
    ADVISOR: Fuqing Zhang
  • International Student Representative in the Graduate Advisory Council, Oct 2011 – present. The Pennsylvania State University
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Sep 2013 – Oct 2013. The Pennsylvania State University
    Course: METEO 422 – Advanced Atmospheric Dynamics. INSTRUCTOR: Fuqing Zhang
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Jan 2010 – May 2010. The Pennsylvania State University
    Course: METEO 474 – Computer Methods of Meteorological Analysis and Forecasting. INSTRUCTOR: Chris E. Forest
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Aug 2009 – Dec 2009. The Pennsylvania State University
    Course: METEO 300 – Fundamentals of Atmospheric Science. INSTRUCTOR: Raymond G. Najjar
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Dec 2009. The Pennsylvania State University
    Course: METEO 454 – Introduction to Micrometeorology. INSTRUCTOR: Kenneth J. Davis
  • Graduate Research Assistant, Sep 2006 – Jul 2009. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
    ADVISOR: Zhaohui Lin

HONOR:

  • AGU Travel Grant, the Chapman Conference on Atmospheric Gravity Waves and Their Effects on General Circulation and Climate, 2011
  • University Scholarships, Nanjing University, 2002-2005
 
Last updated: 02/2014