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Researches in PTRC focus on the mechanisms for tropical cyclone formation, motion,structure and intensity change on various time scales,the impacts of global climate change on tropical cyclone activity, and societal and economic imapcts associated with typhoon activity. Our members  are both of the scientists in PTRC and the faculty of Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology.

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Prof. Yongqing Wang
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\ Miss Prof. Yongqing Wang, was born in Jiangxi Province. She got her Master degree at 1994 and gain her PhD degree at 2002. Now She services as a teacher at Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. She has given several courses to undergraduate and graduate students. She is interested in Dynamic of Tropical Cyclone and Numerical study of Typhoon and Meso-scale systems.
Email: yq.wang@163.com

 

 

Education

SEP, 1999 – JUN,2002
University Name: Nanjing Institute of Meteorology
Degree and Major: PhD/Meteorology
SEP, 1991 – JUN,1994
University Name: Nanjing Institute of Meteorology
Degree and Major: Master/Meteorology
SEP, 1987 – JUN,1991
University Name: Nanjing Institute of Meteorology
Degree and Major: bachelor /Meteorology

Work Experience
JUN, 1994 – JUN, 1996
    Employer:  Nanjing Institute of Meteorology
    Position or Title: Assistant lecturer
JUN, 1996 – SEP, 2002
    Employer:  Nanjing Institute of Meteorology
    Position or Title: Lecturer
SEP, 2002 – MAY, 2010
    Employer:  Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
    Position or Title: Associate professor
SEP, 2002 – MAY, 2010
    Employer:  Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
    Position or Title:  Professor

 
 
Publications  
Wang, Yongqing, Yuqing Wang and H. Fudeyasu, 2009: The Role of Typhoon Songda (2004) in Producing Distantly Located Heavy in Japan[J], Mon. Rev. Rev. 137: 3699-3716.
Wang Yongqing,Chen Lianshou,Luo Zhexian. 2003. A numerical study on formation of the negative vorticity region over the northeast side of the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau[J], .  Acta Meteor Sinica, Vol. 17,No.1,1-13.

 



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