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I am the Weathernews Chair Professor, George Lynn Cross Research Professsor at the School of Meteorology (SOM), and Director of the Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS), University of Oklahoma (OU), USA. Before joining SOM in 1999 as a faculty member, I was with CAPS for 10 years, starting as a post-doc and ending as a senior scientist and Scientific Director. I became the Director of CAPS in 2006. I was the main developer of the open-source community Advanced Regional Prediction System (ARPS), an end-to-end regional, nonhydrostatic atmospheric modeling and numerical weather prediction system that includes complete data assimilation systems.

I hold a B.S. degree (1984) in meteorology from Nanjing University, China, and a Ph.D. degree (1989) in meteorology from University of Reading, U.K.

My research interests include research and development on advanced modeling, data assimilation and numerical weather prediction techniques and systems, the simulation, prediction, dynamics, and predictability of severe and high-impact weather from synoptic down to microscales (e.g., tornadoes), the assimilation of remote sensing observations  from platforms such as  radar and satellites, the modeling of environmental processes and regional climate,  the modeling of environmental processes and regional climate, and the use machine learning techniques for improving weather forecasting.

I regularly teach graduate level classes Objective Analysis and Data Assimilation (OBAN2019) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD2020) and have taught undergraduate-level courses Physical Mechanics (PM2000) and Mesoscale Meteorology (MM2015).

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A Presentation given at Unified Forecasting System (UFS) Webinar on the Development and Testing of Radar and Lightning Data Assimilation and Ensemble Forecasting Capabilities within GSI Operational DA System and with UFS Models at CAPS

An Inivited Talk Given at the 2017 AMS Meeting Second Symposium on Multiscale Atmospheric Predictability (Recorded presentation, ppt)

Dr. Ming Xue
George Lynn Cross Research Professor, School of Meteorology
Weathernews Chair in Applied Meteorology
Director, Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms
University of Oklahoma
National Weather Center, Suite 2500
120 David Boren Blvd, Norman OK 73072, USA
Tel: (405) 325 6037 (O) (405) 360 1494 (H)
FAX: (405) 325 7614
E-mail: mxue@ou.edu
WWW: http://twister.caps.ou.edu

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