Lab Research Manager
Leadership and oversight of SFA
Detection and Attribution: description, detection, and attribution of extremes in data and models
Computation and Predictions: Oversight of software development, high performance pipelines, and metrics for extremes and UQ
Modeling Strange Weather: Creation of the ILIAD (InitiaLized-ensemble Identify, Analyze, Develop) framework for improvement in extreme events simulated with CESM
Statistics of Extremes: Development and implementation of statistical methods to characterize frequency, intensity, and spatial scales of extremes
Project management adviser on CS R&D, coordination with SciDAC and ASCR-funded CS R&D efforts
Detection of atmospheric rivers (AR) in simulation and observation data, and integration of the AR detection methodology into TECA
Scale dependence analysis of physical mechanisms controlling the occurrence and magnitude of extremes.
Data management, resource management, and distributed computing.
Statistical analysis of spatial coherence of single and multi-variate extremes under climate change
Analysis of tipping points that cause changes in extreme weather.
Development of TECA infrastructure.
Analysis of changes in risk of extreme hydrometeorological events and attribution to anthropogenic climate change from historical climate model simulations
Development of novel feature detection (TECA) and statistical analysis (R/python) capabilities; scaling analysis software on petascale-class HPC platforms
Former research participant. Development of data analysis, visualization and feature detection algorithms and integration with analysis software infrastructure
Generation of long-term historical and near-future simulations and for systematic analysis of attributable changes in the risk of extremes
Kesheng (John) Wu
Former research participant. Workflow to submit ensemble jobs, and validate run analysis packages on ensemble output