Archived Group News

09/2017 Our paper "Statistical characterization of high-to-medium frequency mesoscale gravity waves by lidar-measured vertical winds and temperatures in the MLT" is published in Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics. Congratulations!

08/2017 Mr. Haonan Wu has joined our group as a graduate student researcher. Welcome!

08/2017 The numerical models to simulate stationary planetary waves with lower-boundary forcing and to simulate traveling planetary waves excited by instability with an initial value problem have been debugged. Model results compare well with observations. Congratulations!

06/2017 Dr. Lu convenes a Polar Workshop and gives a talk on the planetary wave observation and modeling at CEDAR workshop, Keystone, CO.

05/2017 Our paper "Lidar observations of stratospheric gravity waves from 2011 to 2015 at McMurdo (77.84°S, 166.69°E), Antarctica: 1. Vertical wavelengths, periods, and frequency and vertical wave number spectra" is published in Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics. Congratulations!

05/2017 Dr. Lu gives two talks about neutral dynamics of Earth's atmosphere and neutral atmosphere responses to geomagnetic storms at International Space Weather Meridian Circle Program Workshop, Qingdao, China.

03/2017 The Community Earth System Model (CESM) is being ported and now running at Palmetto. Congratulations!

02/2017 Mr. William Krier has joined our group as an undergraduate student! Welcome!

01/2017 The TIE-GCM model is being ported and now running at Palmetto. Congratulations!

12/2016 Mr. Lester Carson has joined our group as an undergraduate student! Welcome!

11/2016 The CTIPe model is being ported and now running at Palmetto. Congratulations!

09/16/2016 Dr. Lu presented a talk and a poster in the International Symposium on the Whole Atmosphere in Tokyo, Japan. (PDFs available under Documents.)

08/24/2016 Dr. Lu introduced her research on the "Introduction to Research" course. (PDF).

08/15/2016 Dr. Lu joined the Department of Physics and Astronomy