Shuai Wang is a Research Associate working on tropical cyclones and fully-coupled regional climate modeling at Imperial College London since 2017. Shuai completed his Ph.D. on the Atmospheric Physics under the supervision of Prof Ralf Toumi in the Department of Physics at Imperial College. Shuai was a joint Research Fellow on Environment Management at SOAS University of London (2018-2019) and awarded a Young Scientist Fellowship by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (2017-2019).
Bruneau N, Wang S, Toumi R, 2020, Long memory impact of ocean mesoscale temperature anomalies on tropical cyclone size, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol:47, ISSN:0094-8276
et al., 2019, Aircraft observations of tropical cyclone boundary layer turbulence over the South China Sea, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Vol:76, ISSN:0022-4928, Pages:3773-3783
wang S, Toumi R, 2019, Impact of dry midlevel air on the tropical cyclone outer circulation, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Vol:76, ISSN:0022-4928, Pages:1809-1826
Wang S, Toumi R, 2018, Reduced sensitivity of tropical cyclone intensity and size to sea surface temperature in a radiative-convective equilibrium environment, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, Vol:35, ISSN:1861-9533, Pages:981-993
Bruneau N, Toumi R, Wang S, 2018, Publisher correction: Impact of wave whitecapping on land falling tropical cyclones, Scientific Reports, Vol:8, ISSN:2045-2322