DING Ting(丁婷) Professor

Climate Prediction Division
National Climate Center
China Meteorological Administration
Tel: 86-10-58993298
E-Mail: dingting@cma.gov.cn


2019 National Award for Outstanding Weather Forecasters
2019 Excellent report of climate prediction forum of China Meteorological Society
2019 Third prize of young excellent scientific research of Beijing Meteorological Society and Beijing Disaster Reduction Association
2016 National Award for Outstanding Weather Forecasters


2006-2011 Ph.D., Peking University
2002-2006 B.S., Nanjing University

Work Experience

Jul.2011-Nov.2013 Engineer, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration
Nov.2011-Dec.2021 Senior Engineer, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration
Dec.2021-Present Professor, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration

Research Fields

Climate prediction
Extreme climate events

Recent Main Projects

1. Study on the mechanism and prediction method of high temperature-ozone pollution events in North China based on nonlinear information transfer, supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 42175078)
2. Study on regional heat wave events in China and its prediction technology based on model information, supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 41205039)
3. Research on mechanism and objective prediction method of high temperature events in China under the background of global warming, supported by Special Program for Innovation and Development of China Meteorological Administration (CXFZ2022J030)
4. Development and application of time effect prediction method for extension period of strong cooling process, supported by National Key R&D Program of China (Grant No. 2018YFC1505603).


1.Ding T, Gao H, Li Xiang. 2021. Universal pause of the human-perceived winter warming in the 21st century over China. Environ. Res. Lett., 16 (6): 064070.
2.Ding Ting, Gao Hui, Li Xiang. 2021. Increasing occurrence of extreme cold surges in North China during the recent global warming slowdown and the possible linkage to the extreme pressure rises over Siberia. Atmos. Res., 248: 105198.
3.Ding T, Gao H. 2021. A feasible approach to improve forecast skill of summer precipitation in northeast China by statistical regression of the northeast China cold vortex in the multimodel ensemble. Int. J. Climatol. 41(14): 6397-6414.
4.Zhang Jian Ming, Ding Ting, Gao Hui. 2021. Record-breaking high temperature in Southern China in 2017 and influence from the middle-latitude trough over the East of Japan. Atmos. Res., 258: 105615.
5.Ding Ting, Yuan Yuan, Gao Hui. 2020. Impact of the North Atlantic sea surface temperature on the summer high temperature in northern China. Int. J. Climatol., 40(4): 2296-2309.
6.Ding Ting, Gao H, Yuan Y. 2020. The record-breaking northward shift of the western Pacific subtropical high in summer 2018 and the possible role of cross-equatorial flow over the Bay of Bengal. Theor. Appl. Climatol., 139(1-2): 701-710.
7.Ding Ting, Gao Hui, Yuan Yuan. 2020. Pre-signal and influencing sources of the extreme cold surges at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Competition Zones. Atmos., 11(5), 436.
8.Ding Ting, Gao Hui, Yuan Yuan. 2020. The dominant invading paths of extreme cold surges and the invasion probabilities in China. Atmos. Sci. Lett., 21(9), 10.1002/asl.982.
9.Ding Ting, Gao Hui. 2020. The record-breaking extreme drought in Yunnan province during spring and early summer of 2019 and possible causes. J. Meteorol. Res., 2020, 34(5): 997-1012.
10.Ding Ting, Gao Hui. 2020. Atmospheric circulation in East Asia in summer 2019 and its influence on climate of China. Meteorological Monthly, 46(1):129-137.
11.Ding Ting, Han Rongqing, Gao Hui. 2020. Overview of climate prediction for the summer 2019 and the precursory signals. Meteorological Monthly, 46(4):556-565.
12.Ding Ting, Yuan Yuan, Zhang Jianming, et al. 2019. 2018: The hottest summer in China and possible causes. J. Meteorol. Res., 33(4): 577–592.
13.Ding Ting, Gao Hui, Li Weijing. 2018. Extreme high temperature event in southern China in 2016 and the possible role of cross-equatorial flows. Int. J. Climatol., 38(9): 3579-3594.
14.Yuan Yuan, Ding Ting, Gao Hui, et al. 2018. Major modes of midsummer air temperature in southern China and their relationship with sea surface temperature anomalies. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 42(6): 1245-1262.
15.Ding Ting, Wang Yongguang, Ke Zongjian. 2017. Northern hemisphere atmospheric circulation in winter 2016/2017 and its impact on temperature in China. Meteorological Monthly, 43(7): 887-893.
16.Gao Hui, Ding Ting, Li Weijing. 2017. The three-dimension intensity index for western Pacific subtropical high and its link to the anomaly of rain belt in eastern China, Chinese Science Bulletin, 62(1): 3643-3654.
17.Li Jin, Ding Ting*, Sun Linhai, et al. 2016. Analysis of low-frequency atmospheric disturbances over mid-lower reaches of the Yangtze River during heavy rainfall in 1998. J. Meteorol. Environ., 32(4): 23-31.
18.Ding Ting, Ke Zongjian. 2015. Characteristics and changes of regional wet and dry heat wave events in China during 1960–2013. Theor. Appl. Climatol., 122 (3-4): 651-665.
19.Li Jin, Ding Ting*, Jia Xiaolong, et al. 2015. Analysis on the extreme heat wave over China around Yangtze River region in the summer of 2013 and its main contributing factors. Adv. Meteorol., 706713.
20.Ding Ting, Gao Hui. 2015. Relationship between winter snow cover days in Northeast China and rainfall near the Yangtze River basin in the following summer. J. Meteorol. Res., 29(3): 400-411.
21.Ding Ting, Chen Lijuan. 2015. Circulation pattern for summer precipitation in Northeast China and application of dynamical Climate model information, Plateau Meteorology, 34(4): 1119-1130.
22.Ding Ting, Chen Lijuan, Cui Dahai. 2015. Decadal variations of summer precipitation in Northeast China and the associated circulation, Plateau Meteorology, 34(1): 220-229.
23.Li Jin, Ding Ting, Zhao Sinan, et al. 2015. Diagnostic analysis on the torrential rain process over the middle and northern parts of Zhejiang province on 7 June 2013. Meteorological Monthly, 41(10): 1215-1221.
24.Ding Ting, Ke Zongjian. 2013. A comparison of statistical approaches for seasonal precipitation prediction in Pakistan. Weather and Forecasting, 28(5): 1116-1132.
25.Ding Ting, Qian Weihong. 2012. Statistical characteristics of heat wave precursors in China and model prediction. Chinese Journal of Geophysics, 55(5): 1472-1486.
26.Qian Weihong, Ding Ting. 2012. Atmospheric anomaly structures and stability associated with heat wave events in China. Chinese Journal of Geophysics, 55(5): 1487-1500.

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