I am an associate professor in the School of Meterology (SOM) at the University of Oklahoma (OU). Currently, I am interested in radar polarimetry and interferometry for weather quantification and forecasting. Prior to joining SOM, I worked as a scientist in the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). My research interests there included the modeling of wave propagation and scattering in geophsycial media and the development of remote sensing techniques for environmental monitoring.
I received a B.S. degree from Anhui University, China with a major in Physics. I later received a M.S. in Radio Physics from Wuhan University. From the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, I received a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering (Thesis: Detection and Imaging of Targets in the Presence of Clutter Based on Angular Correlation Function).
On this website, you'll find information on my professional experience and publications, current research interests, data from past and ongoing projects, courses that I have taught and will be teaching in the School of Meteorology at OU and students that I have advised, as well as those I am currently advising.