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Achievements

High-level academic publications

The scientific research and innovation ability of faculty from the School of Atmospheric Sciences has been gradually improved. Innovative achievements with international significance have been made in the research field of formation mechanisms and prediction theories of major disaster weather like typhoon and severe convection, formation mechanisms and predictability of East Asia atmospheric circulation and climate variability, distribution and transportation mechanism and weather/climate effects of air pollutants. Over the past five years, over 450 papers have been published, including more than 300 SCI papers and over 150 high-level SCI papers. The number of high-level SCI papers published by faculty increases year by year, with almost one high-level SCI paper per person annually, reaching the standard of high-level  research-oriented universities in the world.

Research awards in recent years

Prof. Xiuqun Yang, 2010, Research on Multiscale Variability of East Asian Monsoon and Drought-flooding Mechanism in China, first prize of Jiangsu Science and Technology Award (the second contributor)

Prof. Tijian Wang, 2010, Migration Sedimentation of Atmospheric Sulfur and Hydrogen and Their Eco-Environmental Effect, second prize of Natural Science Award of Ministry of Education (the first contributor)

Prof. Aijun Ding, 2010, Research on Tropospheric Ozone Pollution and Process in China, second prize of Natural Science Award of Ministry of Education (the second contributor)

Prof. Aijun Ding, 2010, Features of Atmospheric Particulates and Formation Mechanism of Haze Weather in Bohai Region, second prize of Science and Technology Award for Environment Protection (the sixth contributor)

Prof. Yuan Wang, 2011, Numerical Prediction System of the Tropical Cyclone over Northwest Pacific Ocean, first prize of Military Science and Technology Advancement Award (the second contributor)

Prof. Kun Zhao, 2013, Key Nowcasting Technologies on Typhoon Rainfall and Wind, third prize of Shanghai Science and Technology Award (the sixth contributor)

Prof. Yuan Wang, 2014, Short-term and Imminent Prediction Technologies on Offshore Typhoon, first prize of Jiangsu Science and Technology Award (the first contributor)

Prof. Tijian Wang, 2014, Features of Atmospheric Pollution and the Adversity and Eco-physiological Response Mechanism of Crops in the Yangtze River Delta Region, third prize of Jiangsu Science and Technology Award (the second contributor)

Prof. Tijian Wang, 2015, Evolution Features and Driving Mechanism of Photochemical Pollution in the Complex Terrain of South China, second prize of Natural Science Award of Ministry of Education (the first contributor)

Prof. Aijun Ding, 2015, International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) Award

Prof. Kun Zhao, 2017, Key Technologies on Quantitative Remote Sensing and Prediction of Severe Convection Weather, second prize of Jiangsu Science and Technology Award (the first contributor)


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