Prof. HUANG Fei
Dean, Departmet of Marine Meteorology, Ocean University of China, OUC
Professor, Key Laboratory of Physical Oceanography, MOE, OUC
Qingdao National Laboratory of Marine Science and Technology, QNLM
Mailing Address: 238 Songling RD, Qingdao, 266100, China
PhD in Meterology, Ocean University of Qingdo, China
M.Sc in Meteorological dynamics, Nanjing University, China
B.Sc in Meteorological dynamics, Nanjing University, China
Dean of Department of Marine Meteorology, Ocean University of China, China
Professor, Ocean University of China, China
Visiting Scientist, International Pacific Research Center, Hawaii University at Manoa, Hawaii, U. S. A.
Associate Professor, Ocean University of China, China
Post-Doctor in Theoretical Physics, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
Visiting Scholar, Centre for Environmental Modelling and Prediction, the School of Mathematics, the University of New South Wales, NSW, Australia.
Lecturer, Ocean University of Qingdao, China
Asisstant Professor, Ocean University of Qingdao, China
Ocean-atmosphere interaction and climate variability
Polar sea ice and climate change
Extremely weather and climate
Oceanic and Atmospheric modeling and coupled model
Discovered atmosphere-ocean-sea ice interaction over the Arctic region and their impact on extreme climate (eg. Frozen rain in south of China, extreme high or low temperature events over Euroasian, extreme drought over China) at mid-latitudes;
Introduced some nonlinear theory and methods into atmospheric dynamics for resolving some theoretical problems
HUANG Fei*, Zhou Faxiu and Matthew. H. England, 2004: Atmospheric Circulation Associated with Anomalous Variations in North Pacific Wintertime Blocking, Mon. Wea. Rev., 132(5), 1049-1064.
HUANG Fei and S-Y Lou, 2004: Analytical investigation of Rossby waves in atmospheric dynamics, Phys. Lett. A., 320, 428-437
HUANG Fei and S. Y. Lou, 2007: Symmetry reductions of a 1.5-layer ocean circulation model. Commun. Theor. Phys., 48 (5): 895-900
Wang, B., HUANG Fei, Z. Wu, J. Yang, X. Fu, and K. Kikuchi, 2009: Multi-Scale Climate Variability of the South China Sea Monsoon: A Review. Dyn. Atmos. Ocean, 47: 15-37. DOI: 10.1016/j.dynatmoce.2008.09.004
Wang Hong, Bin Wang, HUANG Fei*, Qinghua Ding and June-Yi Lee, 2012: Interdecadal change of the Northern summer circumglobal teleconnection (1958-2010), Geophys. Res. Lett., 39 (12): L12704, doi:10.1029/2012GL052371
HUANG Fei, ZHANG Lei, FAN Ting-ting and WANG Bin, 2012: Inconsecutive “Sandwich Structure” Pattern for High Temperature Warm Water in the Western Pacific Warm Pool, Journal of Tropical Meteorology, 18 (1): 45-53
JIANG Di, HUANG Fei*, HAO Guang-hua, HUANG Jian and LU Weihua, 2014: The characteristics of air-sea heat flux exchangeduring the generation and development oflocal typhoons over the South China Sea. J. Trop. Meteor., 2014, 20(2): 93-102.
HUANG Fei*, ZHOU Xiao and WANG Hong, 2017: Arctic sea ice in CMIP5 climate model projections and their seasonal variability. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. 36 (8): 1-8.
Wang Yanshuo, HUANG Fei* and Fan Tingting, 2017: Spatial-Temporal Variations of Arctic Amplification and Their Linkage with the Arctic Oscillation, Acta Oceanologica Sinica. 36 (8): 43-52.
LOU Senyue, HUANG Fei, 2017: Alice-Bob Physics: Coherent Solutions of Nonlocal KdV Systems, Scientific Reports, 7, 869, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-00844-y
Xie Ruihuang, HUANG Fei*, Feifei Jin and Jian Huang, 2015: The Impact of Basic State on Quasi-Biennial Periodicity of Central Pacific ENSO over the Past Decade, Theor. Appl. Climatol., 120: 55-67
2010 the 9th Youth Science and Technology Prize of Shandong Province
2007 the 7th May 4th youth award of Ocean University of China
2006 the 1st prize of the 8th TIAN TAI excellent talent award of Ocean University of China.
2005 the 1st prize of the 8th Qingdao natural science excellent publications award.
2003 the 2nd prize of TU CHANG WANG Youth Meteorological Science and Technology medal during 2002-2003, Chinese Meteorological Society.
2000 the excellent teacher honour of Ocean University of Qingdao.
1998 the XUE DU FENG ZHENG excellent thesis awards of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Science.
Key region feedbacks of Arctic amplification and its influence on East Asian climate (41575067)