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吴志伟 博士

个人简介
吴志伟博士,男,1971年9月生,籍贯:江苏镇江,复旦特聘教授、博士生导师,主要研究方向:季风动力学及气候预测。美国夏威夷大学和中国科学院大气物理研究所联合培养气象学专业博士。主持国家自然科学基金重大研究计划之重点项目和面上项目各一项,作为核心骨干参与国家自然科学基金和科技部等国家重大研究计划多项。近年来,在大气科学著名期刊共计发表科研论文70余篇,其中SCI论文50余篇,文章被引总计2000余次,个人H-index: 22。关于东亚夏季风及其短期预测的研究(第一作者)于2009年9月被国际顶级学术期刊Nature评为“研究亮点”,并以“Monsoon Madness”为题推介;2014年10月Nature以“Tibetan Plateau gets wired up for monsoon prediction”为题再次推介青藏高原影响下游地区天气气候的研究成果;2015年9月关于青藏高原热力作用影响欧亚热浪的研究(第一作者)被nature climate change评为“研究亮点”,并以“Heatwave forcings”为题推介;此外,关于东亚夏季风监测的研究成果,被美国国家海洋和大气管理局采用并投入日常监测和预报业务应用。先后获得江苏省科学技术奖一等奖2次,江苏省科技进步二等奖1次。担任Earth-Science ReviewsClimate DynamicsJournal of ClimateScientific Reports等二十五种SCI期刊的审稿人、担任国家自然科学基金及国家公派留学基金的评审专家。


 

CV: ZHIWEI WU
(Date: 1 March, 2018)

 

Affiliation
Institute of Atmospheric Sciences, Fudan University
Address: 2005 Songhu RD, Environmental Science Building 6403, Shanghai 200438
Tel: +86-21-65647332
Email: zhiweiwu@fudan.edu.cn
Web: http://atmsci.fudan.edu.cn/team/wuzhiwei.html

Education

  • Ph. D. (2009), Meteorology, Co-cultured by University of Hawaii and Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • M. S. (2006), Meteorology, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
  • B. S. (1993), Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology

Professional Experience

  • 11/2016 – Present, Professor, Meteorology, Fudan University
  • 11/2012 – 10/2015, Jiangsu Specially-Appointed Professor, Jiangsu Province
  • 06/2012 – 11/2016, Professor, Meteorology, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
  • 04/2010 – 06/2012, NSERC Fellow, Environment Canada
  • 07/2009 – 04/2010, Post-doc Fellow, University of Hawaii
  • 10/2007 – 07/2009, Research Assistant, University of Hawaii
  • 01/2005 – 10/2007, Research Assistant, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 09/2003 – 12/2004, Research Assistant, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
  • 08/1993 – 08/2003, Meteorologists, China Meteorological Administration/Jiangsu Province

Ⅰ RESEARCH
Ⅰ-1 Areas of Expertise
Meteorological and climate research expertise in monsoons, climate predictability and prediction, atmospheric general circulation, ENSO, interdecadal variability and long-term trends of the climate system, climate changes, and atmosphere-ocean interaction.

Research approaches involve observational analyses, numerical modeling, and theoretical analysis. Research efforts focus on understanding of the fundamental physics governing variations of weather and climate.

Current research focuses on dynamic atmospheric processes with a time scale longer than a week that influence medium- and extended-range, and seasonal predictions.

Ⅰ-2 Publications
2018
58. Li, X., Zhiwei Wu* and Y. Li, 2018: Contribution of the reduced Barents-Kara sea ice to the ongoing warming hiatus in China. Climate Dyn., revised.
57. Zhang, P., B. Wang and Zhiwei Wu*, 2018: Weak El Niño and Winter Climate in the mid-high latitude Eurasia. J. Climate, revised.
56. Dou, J. and Zhiwei Wu*, 2018: Southern Hemisphere origins for interannual variations of Tibetan Plateau snow cover in boreal summer. J. Climate, revised.
55. Lv, M., M. Wen and Zhiwei Wu*, 2018: Possible contribution of the interannual Tibetan Plateau snow cover variation to the Madden-Julian Oscillation convection variability. Int. J. Climatol., DOI: 10.1002/joc.5533.
54. Ye, X. C. and Zhiwei Wu*, 2018: Seasonal prediction of the Yangtze River runoff using a partial-least square regression model. Atmos.-Ocean, DOI: 10.1080/07055900.2018.1448751.
2017
53. Jin, R., Zhiwei Wu* and P. Zhang, 2017: Tibetan Plateau Capacitor Effect during the Summer preceding ENSO: from the Yellow River climate perspective. Climate Dyn., DOI: 10.1007/s00382-017-3906-4.
52. Zhang, J., Y. Jiang, H. Chen and Zhiwei Wu, 2017: Double-mode adjustment of Tibetan Plateau heating to the summer circumglobal teleconnection in the Northern Hemisphere. Int. J. Climatol.,, DOI: 10.1002/JOC.5201.
51. Yu, L. L., Zhiwei Wu*, R. Zhang and X. Yang, 2017: Partial least regression approach to forecast the East Asian winter monsoon using Eurasian snow cover and sea surface temperature. Climate Dyn., DOI: 10.1007/s00382-017-3757-z.
50. Zhang, X. C., S. Zhong, Zhiwei Wu and Y. Li, 2017: Seasonal prediction of the typhoon genesis frequency over the Western North Pacific with a Poisson regression model. Climate Dyn., DOI: 10.1007/s00382-017-3654-5.
49. Yu, B., H. Lin, Zhiwei Wu and W. J. Merryfield, 2017: The Asian-Bering-North American teleconnection: Seasonality, maintenance, and climate impact on North America. Climate Dyn., DOI: 10.1007/s00382-017-3734-6.
48. You, Q., Z. Jiang, L. Kong, Zhiwei Wu, Y. Tao, S. Kang, and N. Pepin, 2017: A comparison of heat wave climatologies and trends in China based on multiple definitions. Climate Dyn., 48, 3975-3989.
47. Zhang, P., Zhiwei Wu*, and H. Chen, 2017: Interdecadal Modulation of mega-ENSO on the North Pacific Atmospheric Circulation in Winter. Atmos.-Ocean, 55(2), 110-120.
46. Qin, J., R. Ding, Zhiwei Wu*, J. Li and S. Zhao, 2017: Relationships between an extra-tropical ENSO precursor and leading modes of atmospheric variability in the Southern Hemisphere. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 34(3), 360-370.
45. Dou, J., Zhiwei Wu* and Y. Zhou, 2017: Potential impact of the May Southern Hemisphere annular mode on the Indian summer monsoon rainfall. Climate Dyn., 49, 1257-1269.
2016
44. Yu, B., H. Lin, Zhiwei Wu, and W. J. Merryfield, 2016: Relationship between North American winter temperature and large-scale atmospheric circulation anomalies and its decadal variation. Environ., Res. Lett., doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/7/074001.
43. Zhou, Y., and Zhiwei Wu*, 2016: Possible impacts of mega-El Niño/Southern Oscillation and Atlantic multidecadal oscillation on Eurasian heat wave frequency variability. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 142, 1647-1661.
42. Zhang, L., Zhiwei Wu*, and Y. Zhou, 2016: Different impacts of typical and atypical ENSO on the Indian summer rainfall: ENSO-developing phase. Atmos.-Ocean, 54, 440-456.
41. Wu, Zhiwei*, X. Li, Y. J. Li and Y. Li, 2016: Potential Influence of Arctic Sea Ice to the Inter-annual Variations of East Asian Spring Precipitation. J. Climate, 29, 2797-2813.
40. Wu, Zhiwei*, P. Zhang, H. Chen and Y. Li, 2016: Can the Tibetan Plateau Snow Cover influence the interannual variations of Eurasian Heat Wave Frequency? Climate Dyn., 46, 3405-3417.   (Highlighted by Nature Climate Change)
39. Wu, Zhiwei*, and L. Yu, 2016: Seasonal Prediction of the East Asian Summer Monsoon with a Partial-least Square Model. Climate Dyn., 46, 3067-3078.
38. Chen, H., E. K. Schneider and Zhiwei Wu, 2016: Mechanisms of Internally Generated Multidecadal Variability in the Atlantic in a CGCM. Climate Dyn., 46, 1517-1546.
2015
37. Zhang, J., L. Li, Zhiwei Wu, and X. Li, 2015: Prolonged dry spells in recent decades over north-central China and their association with a northward shift in planetary waves. Int. J. Climatol., 35, 4829-4842.
36. Wu, Zhiwei*, and P. Zhang, 2015: Interdecadal Variability of the mega-ENSO-NAO Synchronization in Winter. Climate Dyn., 45, 1117-1128.
35. Wu, Zhiwei*, J. Dou and H. Lin, 2015: Potential Influence of the November-December Southern Hemisphere Annular Mode on the East Asian Winter Precipitation: A New Mechanism. Climate Dyn., 44, 1215-1226.
2014
34. Wu, Zhiwei, S. Chen, J. He and H. Chen, 2014: Quantifications of the Two “Flavors” of El Niño Using Upper-Ocean Heat Content. Atmos.-Ocean, 52(4), 351-362.
33. Yim, S., B. Wang, J. Liu, and Zhiwei Wu, 2014: A comparison of regional monsoon variability using monsoon indices. Climate Dyn., 43(5), 1423-1437.
2013
32. Ma, T., Z. Jiang and Zhiwei Wu, 2013: Responses of the China Coldwave Intensity Principal Mode to a Warming Climate. Acta Meteorologica Sinica, 27(5), 673-683.
31. Zhong, S., Zhiwei Wu* and J. He, 2013: Comparisons of the Thermal Effects of the Tibetan Plateau with NCEP-I and ERA-40 Reanalysis Data. Atmos.-Ocean, 51(1), 75-87, DOI:10.1080/07055900.2012.755668.
30. Wu, Zhiwei*, H. Lin, Y. Li, and Y. Tang, 2013: Seasonal Prediction of Frost-killing Frequency in south-central Canada during the Cool/Overwintering-crop Growing Season. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 52, 102-113, DOI: 10.1175/JAMC-D-12-059.1.
2012
29. Wu, Zhiwei*, Z. Jiang, J. Li, S. Zhong and L. Wang, 2012: Possible Association of the western Tibetan Plateau Snow Cover with the Decadal to Interdecadal Variations of Northern China Heatwave Frequency. Climate Dyn., 39, 2393-2402, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-012-1439-4.
28. Li, J, and Zhiwei Wu, 2012: Importance of autumn Arctic sea ice to northern winter snowfall. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 109(28), 1898, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1205075109.
27. Ma, T., Zhiwei Wu* and Z. Jiang, 2012: How does coldwave frequency in China respond to a warming climate? Climate Dyn., 39, 2487-2496, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-012-1354-8.
26. Jiang, Z., T. Ma and Zhiwei Wu*, 2012: China Coldwave Duration in a Warming Winter: Change of the Leading Mode. Theo. Appl. Climatol., 110, 65-75, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-012-0613-2.
25. Lin, H. and Zhiwei Wu, 2012: Indian Summer Monsoon Influence on the Climate in the North Atlantic-European Region. Climate Dyn., 39, 303-311.
24. Lin, H. and Zhiwei Wu, 2012: Contribution of Tibetan Plateau snow cover to the extreme winter conditions of 2009/10. Atmos.-Ocean, 50(1), 86-94.
23. Wu, Zhiwei*, H. Lin, J. Li, Z. Jiang and T. Ma, 2012: Heat Wave Frequency Variability over North America: Two Distinct Leading Modes. J. Geophys. Res., 117, D02102, DOI: 10.1029/2011JD016908.
22. Wu, Zhiwei*, J. Li, Z. Jiang, and T. Ma, 2012: Modulation of the Tibetan Plateau Snow Cover on the ENSO Teleconnections: From the East Asian Summer Monsoon Perspective. J. Climate, 25, 2481-2489.
21. Wu, Zhiwei* and H. Lin, 2012: Interdecadal Variability of the ENSO-North Atlantic Oscillation Connection in boreal summer. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 138, 1668-1675, DOI: 10.1002/qj.1889.
20. Wu, Zhiwei*, J. Li, Z. Jiang, J. He and X. Zhu, 2012: Possible effects of the North Atlantic Oscillation on the strengthening relationship between the East Asian summer monsoon and ENSO. Int. J. Climatol., 32, 794-800. DOI: 10.1002/joc.2309.
2011
19. Wang, L., Q. Huang, A. Dai, Z. Guan, J. He, and Zhiwei Wu, 2011: Inhomogeneous distributions of Meiyu rainfall in the Jiang-Huai basin and associated circulation patterns. Climate Res., 50, 203-214.
18. Wu, Zhiwei*, H. Lin and T. Brien, 2011: Seasonal Prediction of Air Temperature associated with the Growing Season Start of Warm-season Crops across Canada. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 50, 1637–1649.
17. Lin, H. and Zhiwei Wu, 2011: Contribution of the autumn Tibetan Plateau snow cover to seasonal prediction of North American winter temperature. J. Climate, 24, 2801-2813.
16. He, J., H. Lin and Zhiwei Wu, 2011: Another look at influences of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on the wintertime East Asian weather. J. Geophys. Res., 116, D03109, DOI 10.1029/2010JD014787.
15. Wu, Zhiwei, J. Li, Z. Jiang and J. He, 2011: Predictable climate dynamics of abnormal East Asian winter monsoon: once-in-a-century snowstorms in 2007/2008 winter. Climate Dyn., 37, 1661-1669.
2010
14. Li, J., Zhiwei Wu, Z. Jiang and J. He, 2010: Can global warming strengthen the East Asian summer monsoon? J. Climate, 23, 6696-6705.
13. Wang, B., Zhiwei Wu, J. Liu, C.-P. Chang, J. Li and T.-J. Zhou, 2010: Another look at climate variations of the East Asian winter monsoon: Northern and southern temperature modes. J. Climate, 23, 1495-1512.
2009
12. Wu, Zhiwei, B. Wang, J. Li and F.-F. Jin, 2009: An empirical seasonal prediction model of the East Asian summer monsoon using ENSO and NAO. J. Geophys. Res., 114, D18120, DOI:10.1029/2009JD011733. (Highlighted by Nature, Vol. 461, 850)
11. Wu, Zhiwei, J. Li, B. Wang and X. Liu, 2009: Can the Southern Hemisphere annular mode affect China winter monsoon? J. Geophys. Res., 114, D11107, DOI:10.1029/2008JD011501.
10. Wu, Zhiwei, and J. Li, 2009: Seasonal prediction of the global precipitation annual modes with the Grid-point Atmospheric Model of IAP LASG (GAMIL). Acta Meteorologica Sinica, 23(4), 428-437.
9. Wang, B., F. Huang, Zhiwei Wu, J. Yang, X. Fu, and K. Kikuchi, 2009: Multi-Scale Climate Variability of the South China Sea Monsoon: A Review. Dyn. Atmos. Oceans, DOI:10.1016/j.dynatmoce.2008.09.004, 47, 15-37.
8. Wang, B., J. Liu, J. Yang, T.-J. Zhou, and Zhiwei Wu, 2009: Distinct principal modes of early and late summer rainfall anomalies in East Asia. J. Climate, 22, 3864-3875.
2008
7. Wu, Zhiwei, and J. Li, 2008: Prediction of the Asian-Australian monsoon interannual variations with the grid-point atmospheric model of IAP LASG (GAMIL). Adv. Atmos. Sci., 25(3), 387-394.
6. Wang, B., Zhiwei Wu, J. Li, J. Liu, C.-P. Chang, Y. Ding, G. Wu, 2008: How to measure the strength of the East Asian summer monsoon. J. Climate, 17, 4449-4462.     (ESI Top 1% Highly-cited Paper)
5. Zhu, X., Zhiwei Wu, and J. H. He, 2008: Anomalous Meiyu onset averaged over the Yangtze River valley. Theo. Appl. Climatol.,94, 81-95.DOI 10.1007/s00704-007-0347-8.
2007
4. Zhu, X., J. He, and Zhiwei Wu, 2007: Meridional seesaw-like distribution of the Meiyu rainfall over the Changjiang-Huaihe River Valley and characteristics in the anomalous climate years. Science Bull., 52(17), 2420-2428.
3. He, J., Zhiwei Wu*, Z. Jiang and G. Han, 2007: “Climate effect” of the northeast cold vortex and its influences on Meiyu. Science Bull., 51(5), 671-679.
2006
2. Wu, Zhiwei, J. Li, J. He and Z. Jiang, 2006: Occurrence of droughts and floods during the normal monsoons in the mid- and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L05813, DOI:10.1029/2005GL024487.
1. Wu, Zhiwei, J. Li, J. He and Z. Jiang, 2006: Large-scale atmospheric singularities and summer long-cycle droughts-floods abrupt alternation in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. Science Bull., 51(16), 2027-2034.
Note: * indicates the corresponding author.

Ⅰ-3 Books or Papers in Books

  • Wu, Zhiwei, J. Li, 2016: Decadal to Interdecadal Variations of Northern China Heatwave Frequency: Impact of the Tibetan Plateau Snow Cover. In: Li, J., R. Swinbank, R. Grotjahn & H. Volkert (eds.), Dynamics and Predictability of Large-Scale, High-Impact Weather and Climate Events (Special Publications of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 370pp.
  • The World Climate Research Programme (Translated by Li J., Y. Liu, Z. Lin, Zhiwei Wu, L. Wang, X. Wang, X. Zhu, and W. Zheng), 2010: The World Climate Research Programme  Achievements—Scientific Knowledge for Climate Adaptation, Mitigation and Risk Management. Beijing: China Meteorological Press, 84pp.
  • He, J.., Zhiwei Wu and Z. Wang (2008), Chapter 1: Climate of China and East Asian monsoon, in Regional climate studies of China, edited by C.-B. Fu et al., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 1-48.

Ⅰ-4  Research Awards and Grants

  • Key Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China.  Title: Impact of Arctic ocean-ice-air system on predictability of wintertime extreme weather events over Eurasian Continent. Co-PI: Zhiwei Wu, Amount: ¥3,220,000. Contract period: Jan 2018-Dec 2022; Contract Code: 41790475.
  • National Key Research & Development Program of China. Title: Identification of the global warming hiatus and understanding the associated physical mechanisms. Co-PI: Zhiwei Wu, Amount: ¥6,500,000. Contract period: Jul 2016-Jun 2021; Contract Code: 2016YFA0601801.
  • National Natural Science Foundation of China.  Title: Co-mingled effects of mega-ENSO and the anomalous low boundary thermal forcings on the East Asian summer monsoon.  PI: Zhiwei Wu, Amount: ¥884,000. Contract period: Jan 2016-Dec 2019; Contract Code: 41575075.
  • National Basic Research Program “973”. Title: Research on dynamic mechanisms of intra-seasonal oscillations in the tropical and mid-high latitude regions and subseasonal forecast methods. Co-PI: Zhiwei Wu, Amount: ¥8,100,000. Contract period: Jan 2015-Dec 2019; Contract Code: 2015CB453201.
  • Key Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China.  Title: Understanding the Multi-scale thermal Effects of the Tibetan Plateau on the disastrous weathers and droughts-floods in China. PI: Zhiwei Wu, Amount: ¥3,400,000. Contract period: Jan 2015-Dec 2018; Contract Code: 91437216.
  • Research Program for 2012 Jiangsu Specially-appointed Professor. Title: Predictable Climate Dynamics of the East Asian Monsoon in a Warming Climate. PI: Zhiwei Wu, Amount: ¥2,000,000; Contract period: Jan 2013-Dec 2015.
  • Natural Science Foundation of China.  Title: Droughts-floods coexistence and droughts-floods abrupt alternation during the normal summer monsoons in South China and the associated physical mechanisms. PI: Zhiwei Wu, Amount: ¥270,000. Contract period: Jan 2007-Dec 2009; Contract Code: 40605022.

Ⅰ-5  Invited Talk

  • Zhiwei Wu, P. Zhang and H. Chen, Can the Tibetan Plateau snow cover influence the interannual variations of Eurasian heat wave frequency? Session 3: High-impact weather and extremes, the 13th General Circulation Model Simulations of the East Asian Climate workshop, March 24-25, 2016, Beijing, China.
  • Zhiwei Wu, B. Wang, J. Li and F. Jin, On the Predictable Climate Dynamics of the East Asian Monsoon, M03: Monsoon simulation, prediction and projection, the 1st CCGG, October 25-26, 2014, Beijing, China.
  • Zhiwei Wu, and J. Li, Modulation of the Tibetan Plateau Snow Cover on the ENSO Tele-connection: from the East Asian Summer Monsoon Perspective, AS1.11: The global monsoon system: variability and dynamics, General Assembly 2013 of the European Geosciences Union (EGU), April 8-12, 2013, Vienna, Austria
  • Zhiwei Wu, J. Li, Z. Jiang, J. He and X. Zhu, Predictable climate dynamics of abnormal East Asian winter monsoon: once-in-a-century snowstorms in 2007/2008 winter, AS1.9: The global monsoon system: variability and dynamics, General Assembly 2011 of the European Geosciences Union (EGU), April 3-8, 2011, Vienna, Austria

Ⅱ AWARDS

  • Science and Technology Prize of Jiangsu Province, China, First Award, Feb. 2016.
  • Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Fellowship, 2010.
  • Science and Technology Prize of Jiangsu Province, China, First Award, Dec. 2010.
  • Science and Technology Progress Prize of Jiangsu Province, China, Second Award, Nov. 2009.
  • Science and Technology Progress Prize of Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China, First Award, Jul. 2008.
  • Science and Technology Progress Prize of Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China, First Award, Dec. 2006.
  • The Nanjing Prize of Natural Science Papers, Nanjing, China, Third Award, 2007
  • The Outstanding Masters of Jiangsu Province, China, 2006

ⅣⅤ PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  • Editor, 2017 - Present: Journal of Meteorological Research
  • Session Chair, Session 4: Predictability, prediction and projection, the 13th General Circulation Model Simulations of the East Asian Climate workshop, March 24-25, 2016, Beijing, China.
  • Session Chair, AS1.9: The global monsoon system: variability and dynamics, EGU General Assembly 2011, April 3-8, 2011, Vienna, Austria.
  • Session Chair, J17: Monsoon Observations, Modeling and Prediction, MOCA-09 (IAMAS), July 19-29, 2009, Montreal, Canada.
  • Served as referees of professional journals as follows: Earth-Science Reviews, Scientific Reports, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, Climate Dynamics, Journal of Climate, Geophysical Research Letters, Journal of Geophysical Research, International Journal of Climatology, Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Atmospheric Research, Tellus A, Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Atmospheric Science Letters, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, Journal of Water and Climate Change, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, Science in China, Science Bulletin, Journal of Meteorological Research, Journal of Tropical Meteorology, Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Science.
  • Reviewing proposals for the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
  • Reviewing proposals for the China Scholarship Council