Who am I?

Hi! I am Yingxiao Zhang, a senior atmospheric science undergraduate student from Nanjing University, China. I really like science and enjoy digging into various scientific problems. I plan to become a doctoral student in the coming  Fall 19 semester.

My undergraduate training in atmospheric science comprises comprehensive coursework and extensive research experience in the subjects of aerosol dynamic, extreme climate and ocean-atmosphere interaction, including a recent summer internship at the University of California, Los Angeles, where I worked with Professor Jasper Kok on the topic of “Validation of the single-scattering properties of tri-axial ellipsoidal dust against laboratory measurements”. 

I have strong skills in mathematics, physics, and computer programming.

During my undergraduate training, I have honed my problem-solving skills and have become proficient with research tools such as (Fortran (state certified), C (nation certified), NCL, Grads, MATLAB). And I am learning MITgcm numerical model during working on my graduate thesis.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact me!

E-mail: 151170067@smail.nju.edu.cn