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Chunlue Zhou

Eu-postdoc (Marie Curiestip)

Institutionen för
geovetenskaper
Besöksadress
Guldhedsgatan 5a
41320 Göteborg
Postadress
Box 460
40530 Göteborg

Om Chunlue Zhou

Hi, Chunlüe Zhou is a young climatologist.

Research Interests Observation data uncertainty (homogenization), extreme event attribution, regional climate modeling&assessment, wind climate&energy, and ocean-land-atmos interaction.

He has published 23 peer-reviewed papers (22 in Q1-ranking journals), among them 15 papers were first authored in the renowned journals as Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (Impact Factor, IF=8.77), Earth System Science Data (IF=11.22), Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (IF=6.13), Journal of Climate (IF=5.15) and JGR-Atmospheres (IF=4.27). His first-authored papers were positively cited by many renowned journals including Nature.

His subdaily data homogenization approach was evaluated by Prof. Haimberger Leopold (with a citation of 30k+ in University of Vienna, Austria and as the developer of RAOBCORE/RICH datasets) that 'It is the first serious challenge to the RAOBCORE/RICH adjustments since many years, which have been used in most global full reanalyses published since 2011.' His homogenized radiosonde temperature dataset, UA-HRD, was directly adopted and analyzed as the upper-air climate dataset in IPCC AR6. The HomogWS-se dataset was cited by the National Committee of Experts on Sweden's Climate Adaptation for its 2022 report to the Swedish government. The common attribution framework built on Bayesian statistics was assessed by Dr. Martin Hoerling (with a citation of ~20k in NOAA, USA) to 'open a path to the pursuit of a different twist to the attribution question', but also was acknowledged by several review papers authored by several international academicians.

He's invited as expert reviewer for ~20 journals and scientific reports. Due to his excellent records, he's cited as the AGU's and CMS's Outstanding Reviewer for GRL and JMR, respectively. He's granted key awards, e.g., Baosteel Award and Qianyi Environment Award, and he's nominated by Gothenburg Univerisity for the Wallenberg Academy Fellow.

He's also keen on community services, for examples:

Currently, he is selected as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow and hosting a project (Acronym: EXTREME) of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions from European Commission. The project aims to robustly attribute regional extreme weather/climate events over Europe to thermodynamic and dynamic contributions.

Complete publications can be found at ResearchGate; Google Scholar; Personal Website