Zhang Feimin

发布时间:2019-05-29  字体大小T|T

       Zhang Feimin, PhD, master supervisor. He obtained his PhD degree in meteorology from Lanzhou University in June 2017, and worked in Lanzhou University in the same year. 2015.07-2017.03, he studied at the University of Utah in the United States. He mainly engaged in numerical weather prediction, land-atmosphere interaction and its parameterization, meso-scale vortex, disaster weather and climate prediction research and teaching.
Contact: zfm@lzu.edu.cn
Address: Room 1901, Guanyun Building, College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University, No. 222, Tianshui South Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou City, Gansu Province
Zip code: 730000
1. Gansu Provincial Outstanding Youth Fund Project (20JR5RA309): 'Research on the Influence Mechanism of the Key Process of Land-Atmosphere Coupling on Plateau Vortex Generation', 2020.10-2023.10, as the leader.
2. National Natural Science Foundation of China (41805032): 'Study on Vertical Mixing Effect of Soil Moisture on the Boundary Layer during the Feedback Process of Low Vortex Precipitation in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau', 2019.01-2021.12, as the leader.
3. Gansu Association for Science and Technology Young Talents Support Project: 'Study on the Influence Mechanism of the Vertical Mixing Process of the Boundary Layer on the Plateau Vortex', 2018.12-2020.12, as the leader.
4. Special Funds for Basic Scientific Research Operating Expenses of Central Universities (lzujbky-2017-71): 'Study on the Impact and Mechanism of the Vertical Mixing of the Boundary Layer on the Warm Rainstorm', 2017.01-2018.12, as the leader.
5. National Natural Science Foundation of China (91837205): 'Research on the Climate Effects and Mechanism of Thawing in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau', 2018.01-2022.12, as the participant.
Papers (#Indicates corresponding author):
1. Chen L., G. Li, F. Zhang#, and C. Wang#, 2020: Simulation Uncertainty of Near-surface Wind Caused by Boundary Layer Parameterization over the Complex Terrain. Frontiers in Energy Research. 8:554544. DOI: 10.3389/fenrg.2020.554544
2. Wang C., K. Yang, F. Zhang, 2020: Impacts of Soil Freeze-Thaw Process and Snow Melting over Tibetan Plateau on Asian Summer Monsoon System: a Review and Perspective. Frontiers in Earth Science. 8:133.
3. Zhang F.#, C. Wang, and Z. Pu, 2019: Genesis of Tibetan Plateau Vortex: Roles of Surface Diabatic and Atmospheric Condensational Latent Heating. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 58 (12): 2633-2651.
4. Wang C., D. Wu, and F. Zhang, 2019: Modification of the Convective Adjustment Time Scale in the Kain–Fritsch Eta Scheme for the Case of Weakly Forced Deep Convection over the Tibetan Plateau Region. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 1-18.
5. Zhang, F., and Z. Pu, 2019: Sensitivity of Numerical Simulations of Near-surface Atmospheric Conditions to Snow Depth and Surface Albedo During an Ice Fog Event Over Heber Valley. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 58 (4): 797-811.
6. Zhang, F., Z. Pu, and C. Wang, 2019: Impacts of soil moisture on the numerical simulation of a post-landfall storm. J. Meteor. Res., 33 (2), 206-218.
7. Wang C., Z. Wang, Y. Kong, F. Zhang, K. Yang, T. Zhang, 2019: Most of the Northern Hemisphere permafrost Remains under Climate Change. Sci. Rep., 91 (1), 3295.
8. Zhang F., C. Wang, G. Xie, W. Kong, S. Jin, J. Hu, 2018: Projection of global wind and solar resources over land in the 21st century. Global Energy Interconnection, 1 (4): 408-414.
9. Wu, D., F. Zhang, C. Wang, 2018: Impacts of Diabatic Heating on the Genesis and Development of an Inner Tibetan Plateau Vortex. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 123, 11691-11704.
10. Zhang F., Z. Pu, and C. Wang, 2017: Effects of Boundary Layer Vertical Mixing on the Evolution of Hurricanes over land. Mon. Wea. Rev., 145 (6), 2343-2361. DOI:10.1175/MWR-D-16-0421.1.
11. Zhang F., and Z. Pu, 2017: Effects of Vertical Eddy Diffusivity Parameterization on the Evolution of Landfalling Hurricanes. J. Atmos. Sci., 74 (6), 1879-1905. DOI:10.1175/JAS-D-16-0214.1.
12. Liu J., F. Zhang, Z. Pu, 2017: Numerical Simulations of the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Katrina (2005): Sensitivity to Boundary Layer Parameterization Schemes. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 34 (4), 482-496.
13. Zhang F., Y. Yang, and C. Wang, 2015: The Effects of Assimilating Conventional and ATOVS Data on Forecasted Near-Surface Wind with WRF-3DVAR. Mon. Wea. Rev., 143 (1), 153-164.
14. Wang Y., Y. Yang, F. Zhang, L. L. Yang, 2013: Improve the Forecast of Surface-layer Wind in Wind Power Farm with WRF-3DVAR. Advanced Materials Research Vols. 724-725, 480-484. DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.724-725.480.
15. Wang C., S. Jin, J. Hu, F. Zhang, S. L. Feng, C. Liu, 2011: Comparing Different Boundary Layer Schemes of WRF by Simulation the Low-Level Wind over Complex Terrain. The International Workshop on Environment Management and Energy Economic (EMEE 2011). DOI: 10.1109/AIMSEC.2011.6009632.
Patent and software copyright:
1. Zhang Feimin, Wang Chenghai. Meteorological Data Analysis and Visualization System V1.0, software copyright (registration number: 2020SR0496826)
2. Wang Chenghai, Zhang Feimin, Wang Hao, Li Ruolin, Wu Zhongyuan. Climate Prediction System V1.0 Integrated with Land and Ocean Slow Signals, Software Copyright (Registration Number: 2020SR0486775)
3. Wang Chenghai, Zhang Feimin, Wang Hao, Yang Kai. Climate Prediction System V1.0, Software Copyright of Spectral Approximation and Analysis Data Constraint Model, software copyright (registration number: 2020SR0486782)
4. Zhang Feimin, Wang Chenghai. Atmosphere and Ocean Refined Real-time Forecast System V1.0 Based on WRF+3DVAR, software copyright (registration number: 2018SR679652)

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