Time：16:00-17:00, Friday, 2018.10.24
Dddress：Physics North 547
Peili Wu is an expert scientist at the Met Office Hadley Centre in the UK and a fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society. He obtained a PhD in atmospheric dynamics and a Diploma in Physics from Imperial College London. He spent seven years at Edinburgh University developing ocean models and researching in physical oceanography before he joined the Hadley Centre in January 1999. His research covers a broad range of climate dynamics focusing on air–sea interactions through the global water cycle. He is currently the science coordinator of UK–China Climate Science for Services Partnership (CSSP) supported by the Newton Fund and Work Package3 lead on East Asia climate variability and extremes. His current research also include drought and extreme precipitation.