LIU Yiming

LIU Yiming(刘一鸣) Atmospheric Model

Climate System Modelling Division
National Climate Center
Address: No.46 Zhongguancun Nandajie, Haidian, Beijing 100081, P. R. China
Tel: 0086-10-68406429
Fax: 0086-10-68408508
E-Mail: yimliu@cma.gov.cn

Education

1988-1992 B.S., Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Nanjing, Jiangsu Province
1992-1995 M.S., Chinese Meteorological Academy of Science, Beijing
1995-1998 Ph.D., Peking University, Beijing

Work Experience

Jul.1998-Sept.2001 Assistant Professor, National Climate Center, China
Oct.1999-Dec.1999 Visiting Scientist, Institute for Atmospheric Physics, GKSS, Germany
Mar.2003-Dec.2000 Visiting Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, U.S.A.
Sept.2001-Nov.2006 Associate Professor, National Climate Center, China
Aug.2002-Jul.2004 Senior Associate Professor, City University of Hong Kong
Mar.2006-Jun.2006 Senior Associate Professor, City University of Hong Kong
Dec.2006-Present Professor, National Climate Center, China

Publications

1. Liu Yiming, Chan Johnny, Chow Keith, and Ding Yihui (2006). “Ten-year climatology of summer monsoon over South China and its surroundings simulated from a regional climate model.” International Journal of Climatology, 26 (2), 141-157.
2. Liu Yiming, and Ding Yihui (2003). “Simulation of activity of the Asian Summer Monsoon and heavy rainfalls in China in 1998 with regional climate model.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 17(Supplement), 273-288.
3. Liu Yiming, and Ding Yihui (2002). “Simulation of heavy rainfall in the summer of 1998 over China with regional climate model.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 6 (3), 348-362.
4. Liu Yiming, and Ding Yihui (2002). “Modified mass flux cumulus parameterization scheme and its simulation experiment II: Cumulus convection activities simulated from three schemes and the sensitivity experiments by use of mass flux scheme.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 16 (2), 165-179.
5. Liu Yiming and Ding Yihui (2002). “Modified mass flux cumulus parameterization scheme and its simulation experiment I: Mass flux scheme and its simulation of the 1991 flood event.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 16 (1), 37-49.
6. Saeed Sajjad, Liu Yiming, Rasul Ghulam (2001). “Multiyear hindcast simulations of summer monsoon over South Asia using a nested regional climate model-BCC_RegCM1.0.” Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 103, 249-264; DOI: 10.1007/s00704-010-0297-4.
7. Chan Johnny, Liu Yiming, Chow Keith, Ding Yihui, Lau William and Chan K. L. (2004). “Design of a regional climate model for the simulation of south China summer monsoon rainfall.” Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan, 82 (6), 1645-1665.
8. Chow Keith, Liu Yiming, Chan Johnny, and Ding Yihui (2004). “Effects of Surface Heating over Indochina and India landmasses on the Summer Monsoon over South China.” International Journal of Climatology, 26 (10), 1339-1359.
9. Ding Yihui, Liu Yiming, Shi Xueli, Li Qingquan, Li Qiaoping, and Liu Yan (2006). “Multi-year simulations and experimental seasonal predictions for rainy seasons in China by using a nested regional climate model (RegCM_NCC) Part II: The experimental seasonal prediction.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 23 (4), 487-503.
10. Shi Xueli, Xie Zhenghui, Liu Yiming, and Yang Hongwei (2007). “Implementation of a surface runoff model with Horton and Dunne Mechanisms into the Regional Climate Model RegCM_NCC.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 24 (5), 750-764.
11. Ding Yihui, Shi Xueli, Liu Yminig, Liu Yan, Li Qingquan, Qian Yongfu, Miao Manqian, Zhai Guoqing and Gao Kun (2006). “Multi-year simulations and experimental seasonal predictions for rainy seasons in China by using a nested regional climate model (RegCM_NCC) Part I: Sensitivity study.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 23 (3), 323-341.
12. Chow Keith, Chan Johnny, Shi Xueli, Liu Yiming, and Ding Yihui (2008). “Time-lagged effects of spring Tibetan Plateau soil moisture on the monsoon over China in early summer.” International Journal of Climatology, 28 (1), 55-67.
13. Ding Yihui, Shi Xueli, Sun Ying, and Liu Yiming (2004). “Simulations and predictions for flooding season in China by using the nested regional climate model l.” Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 28 (3), 205-217.
14. Leung L. Ruby, Zhong Shiyuan, QianYun , and Liu Yiming (2004). “Evaluation of regional climate simulations of the 1998 and 1999 East Asian summer monsoon using the GAME/HUBEX observational data.” Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan, 82 (6), 1695-1713.

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