CHANG Rui(常蕊) Senior Research Engineer

National Climate Center
No. 46 Zhongguancun Nandajie, Beijing 100081,China
Tel: 0086-10-58995827


Sept.2005-Jun.2009 PhD in Meteorology, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Sept.2001-Jun.2005 B.S. in Meteorology, Zhejiang University, China

Work Experience

Dec.2021-Present Professor, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration (CMA)
Apr.2017-Nov.2021 Associate Professor, National Climate Center, CMA
Apr.2016-Apr.2018 Postdoc in climatic impacts of photovoltaic plants, Tsinghua University
Dec.2011-Mar.2017 Associate Professor, Public Meteorological Service Center, CMA
Jul.2009-Nov.2011 Assistant Professor, Public Meteorological Service Center, CMA

Research Fields

Wind/Solar energy resource assessment
Climatic impact of wind farm/photovoltaic plant

Recent Main Projects

[1]2022-2025 “Mechanism of climatic-ecological response to the complementarity of wind-solar energy in Three-North regions of China ”, a project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No.42175191)
[2]2017-2019 “Study on the estimation of the mid-high latitude offshore extreme winds based on numerical modeling and spectrum analysis” a project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 41605086).
[3]2019-2019 “A study on the local climatic effects of large-scale photovoltaics”, a project supported by China Meteorological Administration (Grant No. CCSF201942)


[1]Chang R., R. Zhu, D. Zhao. 2022: Strong wind characteristics of lower boundary layer (0-300 m) during the landfall of typhoon (in Chinese). Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, (209), DOI: 10.3878/j.issn.1006-9895.2108.21071.
[2]Ai Z., R. Chang*, Z. Chen et al. 2022: The impact of wind farm on local climate under different underlying surface conditions during summertime (in Chinese). Plateau Meteorology, 1-13. DOI: 10.7522/j.issn.1000-0534. 2021. 00071.
[3]Chang R., Y. Luo, R. Zhu. 2020: Simulated local climatic impacts of large-scale photovoltaics over the barren area of Qinghai, China. Renewable Energy, 145, 478-489.
[4]Chang R., R. Zhu, Y. Yin et al. 2019: Estimation of offshore extreme winds at 100 m over Jiangsu province based on spectral correction and numerical simulation (in Chinese). Acta Meteorologica Sinica, 77(5):938-948.
[5]Chang R.,Y. Shen, Y. Luo, et al. 2018: Observed surface radiation and temperature impacts from the large-scale deployment of photovoltaics in the barren area of Gonghe, China. Renewable Energy, 118, 131-137.
[6]Chang R.,Y. Shen, P. Guo. 2017: Comparative analysis on the applicability of different typical year generating methods in solar energy resource assessment (in Chinese). Plateau Meteorology, 36(6):1713-1721.
[7]Chang R., R. Zhu, P. Guo, 2016: A Case Study of Land-Surface-Temperature Impact from Large-Scale deployment of wind farms in China from Guazhou. Remote Sensing. 8, 790-803.
[8]Chang R., R. Zhu, Merete Badger, et al, 2015: Offshore wind resources assessment from multiple satellite data and WRF modeling over South China Sea. Remote Sensing. 7, 567-487.
[9]Chang R., R. Zhu, Merete Badger, et al, 2014: Applicability of synthetic aperture radar wind retrievals on offshore wind resources assessment in Hangzhou Bay, China, Energies, 7(5), 3339-3354.
[10]Chang R., R. Zhu, Y. Liu et al. 2013: Now-casting model of wind speed based on mean generating function for wind farms (in Chinese). Meteorological Monthly, 39(2):226-233.

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