[1] **Mu Mu**, Applications of Climate System Models: Target Observations for High-impact Ocean-Atmospheric Environmental Events, Second International Symposium on Climate and Earth System Modeling, October 15-16,2015, Nanjing, China.
[2] **Mu Mu**, Optimal precursor and optimally growing initial error in the predictability studies of Kuroshio large meander and their nonlinear evolution mechanism，EGU General Assembly 2014，Apr.27-May.2,2014，Vienna, Austria .
[3] **Mu Mu** , Application of conditional nonlinear optimal perturbation to the predictability studies of Kuroshio large meander，AOGS 11th Annual Meeting，Jul.28-Aug.1,2014，Sapporo, Japan .
[4] **Mu Mu**, Similarities between precursors of weather and climate events and optimally growing initial errors in their onset predictions, IUGG 2011, 28 June - 7 July 2011, Melbourne, Australia.
[5] **Mu Mu**, Wansuo Duan, Qiang Wang, and Rui Zhang, Conditional nonlinear optimal perturbations and its applications, CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics, June 2011, Australia.
[6] **Mu Mu, **A comparison study on adaptive observation approaches: Singular vector, conditional nonlinear optimal perturbation and ensemble transform Kalman filter, The Third International Workshop on Prevention and Mitigation of Meteorological Disasters in Southeast Asia, March 1-3,2010, Beppu, Japan.
[7] **Mu Mu**, Conditional nonlinear optimal perturbation and its applications to predictability, stability and sensitivity studies, EGU General Assembly 2010, 2-7 May,2010, Vienna, Austria.
[8] **Mu Mu**, Zhou Feifan, Wang Hongli An Investigation on the Applicability of Conditional Nonlinear Optimal Perturbations to Targeting Observations Asia Oceanic Geosciences Society 16－20 June 2008, Busan, Korea
[9] **Mu Mu,** Applications of Conditional nonlinear optimal perturbations to adaptive observations EGU General Assembly 2008 Vienna, Austria, 13 – 18 April 2008
[10] **Mu Mu**, Duan Wansuo, Xu Hui, Study of “spring predictability barrier” for ENSO in Zebiak-Cane model, 2007, IUGG2007, Perugia, Italy.
[11] **Mu Mu**, Conditional nonlinear optimal perturbation and its applications, 2007, IUGG2007, Perugia, Italy.
[12] **Mu Mu,** Duan Wansuo, Conditional nonlinear optimal perturbation: a new approach to the stability and sensitivity studies in geophysical fluid dynamics, 2007, 16th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Brisbane, Australia.
[13] **Mu Mu **, Wang Bo, The transition between grassland and desert in a theoretical grassland ecosystem, IGU2006 conference, 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
[14] **Mu Mu **, Sun Liang, Passive mechanism of decadal variation of thermohaline circulation, 2005, EGU General Assembly,Vienna, Austria.
[15] **Mu Mu **, Zheng Qin, Removing zigzag oscillations in VDA with physical “on-off” processes, 2005, The fourth WMO International symposium on assimilation of observations in meteorology and oceanography, Prague, Czech.
[16] **Mu Mu **, Duan Wansuo, Wang Bin, A possible mechanism of “spring predictability barrier” for El Nino-Southern Oscillation events, 2005, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.
[17] **Mu Mu **, Duan Wansuo, A possible mechanism of “spring predictability barrier” for ENSO events, 1st Alexander Von Humboldt International Conderence on The El Nino Phenomenon and its global impact, 2005, Guayaquil, Ecuador.
[18] **Mu Mu **, Sun Liang and D. A. Henk, Applications of conditional nonlinear optimal perturbation to the study of ocean’s thermohaline circulation, 2004, 1th EGU General Assembly, Nice, France.
[19] **Mu Mu **, Zheng Qin and Wang Jiafeng, Approaches to adjoint variational data assimilation with physical “on-off” processes, 2004, 1th EGU General Assembly, Nice, France.
[20] **Mu Mu ** and Duan Wansuo, A possible mechanism of the spring predictability barrier on ENSO events, 2004, International symposium on tropical weather and climate, Guangzhou, China.
[21] **Mu Mu **, Duan Wansuo and Sun Liang, Applications of conditional nonlinear optimal perturbations to predictability of ENSO and sensitivity analysis of ocean’s THC, CAS-TWAS-WMO Forum，International Symposium on extreme weather and climate events, their dynamics and predictions，Beijing, China.
[22] **Mu Mu **, Duan Wansuo and Wang Bin, The optimal precursors and the spring predictability barrier of the ENSO events, 2003, European Geophysical Society, American Geophysical Union and European Union Of Geosciences Joint assembly, Nice, France.
[23] **Mu Mu **, Duan Wansuo and Sun Liang, Conditional nonlinear optimal perturbation and its applications to the predictability of climate, 2003, European Geophysical Society, American Geophysical Union and European Union Of Geosciences Joint assembly, Nice, France.
[24] Zheng Qin and **Mu Mu **, The impacts of physical “on-off” processes On the VDA: the reason and the mechanism of zigzag oscillation’s formulation, 2003, European Geophysical Society, American Geophysical Union and European Union Of Geosciences Joint assembly, Nice, France.
[25] Wang Tie and **Mu Mu **, The application of nonlinear optimization and adjoint methods in the REM model, 2003, European Geophysical Society, American Geophysical Union and European Union Of Geosciences Joint assembly, Nice, France.
[26] **Mu Mu **, Wang Jiafeng，A new adjoint method for variational data assimilation with physical “on-off” processes, 2002, European Geophysical Society 27 General Assembly，Nice, France.
[27] Wang Tie and **Mu Mu **, The application of nonlinear optimization and adjoint methods in the study of predictability of mesoscale numerical model，2002, European Geophysical Society 27 General Assembly，Nice, France.
[28] **Mu Mu **, Duan, Wansuo, Wang Jiacheng，Predictability problems in numerical weather and climate prediction, 2002, European Geophysical Society 27 General Assembly， Nice, France.
[29] **Mu Mu ** and Wang Jiachen，The first kind of predictability and nonlinear fastest growing perturbation，2001, European Geophysical Society 26 General Assembly，Nice, France.
[30] **Mu Mu ** and Wang Jiacheng, Nonlinear optimal perturbations, predictability and sensitivity analysis, 2000, International Conference on Climate and Environment Variability and Predictability, Shanghai, China.
[31] Xiang Jie and **Mu Mu **, Lower bound of disturbance evolution for the nonlinearly unstable basic flow in the Phillips model, 1999, The third international Conference on nonlinear mechanics, Shanghai, China.
[32] **Mu Mu **, Nonlinear stability and instabililty of zonal wind in the atmosphere, 1998, 23th General assembly of European Geophysics Society, Nice, France.
[33] **Mu Mu **, Numerical investigation of the nonlinear stability and instability of quasigeostrophic motions, 1998, 23th General assembly of European Geophysics Society, Nice, France.
[34] **Mu Mu **, Some results in the evolution of disturbance to the nonlinearly stable and unstable quasigeostrophic flow, 1997, The seventh Asia Congress of Fluid Mechanics, Chennai (Madras), India.
[35] **Mu Mu **, On the nonlinear symmetric stability in the atmosphere, 1995, Proceedings of the sixth Asian congress of fluid mechanics, Singapore.
[36] **Mu Mu **, Nonlinear symmetric instability and its saturations in the atmosphere, 1995, The tenth conference on atmospheric and oceanic waves and stability, Big Sky, Montana, USA.
[37] **Mu Mu **, Some new results on nonlinear instability in geophysical fluid d dynamics, 1994, International conference on nonlinear evolution equations and infinite-dimensional dynamical system, Beijing, China.
[38] **Mu Mu **, Nonlinear stability criteria for the motion of quasigeostrophic flow, 1994，19th General assembly of European Geophysics Society, Grenoble, France
[39] **Mu Mu **, Nonlinear Arnold’s second stability criteria of atmospheric motions, 1994, International Symposium on Methods and Applications of Analysis, Hong Kong.
[40] **Mu Mu **, Nonlinear stability problem of modified quasigeostrophic flow, 1993, The ninth conference on atmospheric and oceanic waves and stability, San Antonio, Texas, USA.
[41] **Mu Mu **, Zeng Qingcun, T. G. Shepherd and Liu Yongming, A criterion parallel to Arnold’s second theorem for the nonlinear stability of multiplayer quasigeostrophic flow, 1992，The fifth Asian Congress of Fluid Mechanics, Taejon, Korea.
[42] **Mu Mu **, Nonlinear stability criteria relevant to Arnold’s second theorem in geophysical fluid dynamics, 1992, Thirteen Annual conference of Canadian applied methematics society, Wave phenomena: Modern Theory and applications, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
[43] **Mu Mu ** and T. G. Shepherd, Nonlinear stability criteria for quasigeostrophic motion, 1992, Climate, Environment and geophysical fluid dynamics, Beijing, China.
[44] **Mu Mu **, Well posedness and stability of initial-boundary value problems in atmospheric dynamics, 1990, School on Qualitative aspects and applications of nonlinear evolution equations, International center for theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy.
[45] **Mu Mu **, Arnold’s second nonlinear stability criteria of atmospheric motions, The eleventh congress on ordinary and partial differential equations, 1990, The eleventh congress on ordinary and partial differential equations, University of Dundee, UK.
[46] **Mu Mu **, 1989, Existence and uniqueness of initial-boundary value problems for quasigeostrophic equation, Theory and numerical methods for initial-boundary value problems, Oberwolfach, Germany
[47] **Mu Mu ** and Zeng Qingcun, Stability of quasigeostrophic motions in atmosphere, 1989, Fourth Asian Congress of Fluid Mech., Hong Kong.
[48] **Mu Mu **, Global classical solutions of initial-boundary value problems for potential vorticity equation, 1988, The third International congress on computational and applied mathematics, University of Leuven, Belgium.
[49] **Mu Mu **, On the boundary value problem for a degenerate elliptic equations, 1986, The seventh international symposium on differential geometry and differential equations, Nankai Institute of Mathematics, Tianjing, China.
[50] **Mu Mu **, Global classical solutions of nonlinear generalized vorticity equations and its application, 1985, International workshop on applied differential equations, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China |