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I love atmospheric physics, always moving around convection, programming, simulation systems.. And other problems.
The problems are as good as you see!
I remember Hilary Mason's saying, [Data scientist]:
(In order to do work that falls under the umbrella of data science, You need three things: The First is a good problem. The second is some good data. And Third is some programming language or infrastructure, something that lets you apply that data to solving that problem).
Problems are an opportunity to learn more. Every Problem is an Opportunity to move forward Towards success.
Guy Kawasaki said, "Pursuing your passions makes you more interesting, and interesting people are enchanting."
So, I spent 15 years in this field, The Atmospheric Physics.
I'm here, to solve the problem of "Madden-Julian Oscillation" It's as easy as you see! And to solve other problems.
NWP correction starts from innovation, creativity in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and programming, I think so.
Why do we care about Madden-Julian Oscillation? Because it is the largest convection in the "Planet Earth" It produces many climatic phenomena "hurricanes, storms, hot waves, cold waves, ocean temperature, currents changes" It's a "Big Event"!
This activity has escalated in recent years, because of what? Due to the phenomenon of "stratospheric cooling".
Physics and chemistry say: "More stratospheric cooling" means "more tropospheric heating" and This means: More and More of convection activity.
I'm here to plant one tree, Tree of The Climatic Knowledge. Warren Buffett said, "Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago."
"It's through curiosity and looking at opportunities in new ways that we've always mapped our path." Michael Dell.
I joined the European Center ECMWF - Researcher - Annual subscription, This is a great event that changed my life.
The language of science today is laws, equations, index, and maps, let's let the maps speak for themselves!