XIAO Chan

XIAO Chan(肖潺) Professor / Director, Division of Operation, Science and Technology (DOST)

Tel: 86-10-58993914

Education

2013 Ph.D. in Meteorology, Chinese Academy of Science
2006 M.S. in Meteorology, Chinese Academy of Science
2003 B.S. in Applied Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology

Work Experience

Apr.2020-Present Professor & Director, Division of Operation, Science and Technology, National Climate Center (NCC), China Meteorological Administration (CMA)
Dec.2019-Apr.2020 Professor & Director of Climate Services Division, NCC, CMA
Jun.2018-Dec.2019 Senior Engineer (Associate Professor) & Director of Climate Services Division, NCC, CMA
Jan.2017-Jun.2018 Senior Engineer (Associate Professor) & Deputy Director of Climate Services Division, NCC, CMA
Jun.2016-Jan.2017 Senior Engineer (Associate Professor) & Deputy Director of Meteorological Disaster Risk Management Division, NCC, CMA
Sept.2015-Aug.2016 Visiting Scientist, UK Met Office Hadley Centre
Nov.2013-Jun.2016 Senior Engineer (Associate Professor) & Deputy Director of Climate and Climate Change Impact Assessment Division, NCC, CMA
May2008-Nov.2013 Secretary, Headquarter Office of CMA
Aug.2006-May2008 Assistant Researcher, Climate System Modelling Division, NCC, CMA

Research Fields

Climate services, climate extremes, climate and climate change impact.

Recent Main Projects

Jan.2015-Dec.2017 Principal investigator of “Analysis and Simulation of regional climate in Southwest China in winter and spring”, a project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No.41405089)
Dec.2016-Nov.2021 Principal investigator of “Energy-water nexus and key technologies for efficient and green utilization”, a China-US Clean Energy Research Center (CERC) water and energy technology project (WET) supported by the National Key R&D Program of China (Grant No. 2016YFE0102400 & 2018YFE0196000).
Mar.2019-Mar.2021 Principal investigator of “Impact of climate change on the coordinated development of fossil energy and water in western China”, a key consultation project of Chinese Academy of Engineering (Grant No. 2019-XZ-33).

Publications

1. Pengcheng Qin, Hongmei Xu*, Min Liu, Liangming Du, Chan Xiao*, Lvliu Liu, and Brain Tarroja (2020). Climate change impacts on Three Gorges Reservoir impoundment and hydropower generation. Journal of Hydrology, DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.123922.
2. Hongling Zeng, Chan Xiao*, Xianyan Chen and Dianxiu Ye (2019). State of China’s climate in 2018. Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters, 12(5), 349-354; DOI:10.1080/16742834.2019.1632147
3. Linxiao Wei, Xiaoge Xin, Chan Xiao, Yonghua Li, Yao Wu, Hongyu Tang (2019). Performance of BCC-CSM models with different horizontal resolutions in simulating etreme climate events in China. J. Meteor. Res., 33 (4), 720-733.
4. Siyue Guo, Da Yan, Tianzhen Hong, Chan Xiao, and Ying Cui (2019). A novel approach for selecting typical hot-year (THY) weather data. Applied Energy, 242, 1634-1648.
5. Lvliu Liu, Chan Xiao, Liangmin Du, Peiqun Zhang and Guofu Wang (2019). Extended-range runoff forecasting using a one-way coupled climate-hydrological model: case studies of the Yiluo and Beijiang Rivers in China. Water, 11, 1150; DOI:10.3390/w11061150
6. Chan Xiao, Peili Wu, Lixia Zhang, et al. (2018). Increasing flash floods in a drying climate over Southwest China. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 35(8),1094-1099.
7. Chan Xiao, Weihua Yuan, Rucong Yu. 2018. Diurnal cycle of rainfall in amount, frequency, intensity, duration, and the seasonality over the UK. Int J Climatol. 38:4967-4978. DOI:10.1002/joc.5790
8. Chan Xiao, Peili Wu, Lixia Zhang, Lianchun Song (2016). Robust increase in extreme summer rainfall intensity in a warming climate. Sci. Rep., 6, 38506; DOI: 10.1038/ srep38506
9. Chan Xiao, Ye Dianxiu, and Chen Haoming (2017). Temporal and spatial characteristics of waterlogging over mainland China (In Chinese). Journal of Catastrophology, 32(1), 85-89.

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