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Last updated: 10/1/2009
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), Mesoscale Meteorology (MM2015), Principles of Research and Communication in Meteorology(METR 3334). I am teaching a new senior/graduate-level course, Application of Meteorological Theory to Severe Thunderstorm Forecasting (METR4403) in spring 2023.
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
Xue, Ph.D.. FAMS, FAGU