Dr. Ching-Shu Hung
My areas of research are cloud physics and climate dynamics. I am specifically interested in understanding the multiscale interactions between clouds, moisture, radiation, and atmospheric circulations. My recent works focus on the cloud-precipitation processes in marine boundary-layer clouds and how they impact on warm cloud organization through their inextricable interactions with aerosol, clouds, radiation, boundary-layer structure, and dynamical factors.
Ph.D. in Earth and Planetary Science (2022), University of Tokyo, Japan
M. S. in Atmospheric Science (2016), National Taiwan University, Taiwan
M. S. in Atmospheric Science and B. B. A. in Finance (2014), National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Huang, J.-D., C.-S. Hung , C.-M. Wu , and H. Miura, 2023: Convective Variabilities Leading to Different Pathways of Convective Self-Aggregation in Two Cloud-Resolving Models, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 80, 8, 041–2055. https://doi.org/10.1175/JAS-D-22-0250.1
Hung, C.-S., and H. Miura, 2021: Ensemble of Radiative-Convective Equilibrium Simulations near the Aggregated and Scattered Boundary, Geophysical Research Letter, 48, e2021GL095279. https://doi.org/10.1029/2021GL095279
Hung, C.-S., and C.-H. Sui, 2018: A Diagnostic Study of the Evolution of the MJO from Indian Ocean to Maritime Continent: Wave Dynamics versus Advective Moistening Processes, Journal of Climate, 31, 10, 4095–4115. https://doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0139.1