Mingyu Park

Mingyu Park

  • Ph.D. Candidate
407 Walker Building
University Park, PA 16802
Email: mup65@psu.edu

Education:

  1. 2010.3 - 2016.2 : B.S. in Atmospheric Science, B.A. in Korean Literature at the Seoul National University (Summa Cum Laude).

Biography:

CV: Mingyu Park

 

Paper

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2021,The Role of Planetary-scale Eddies on the Recent Isentropic Slope Trend during Boreal Winter. J. Atmos. Sci.https://doi.org/10.1175/JAS-D-20-0348.1

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2021, Is the Stationary Wave Bias in CMIP5 Simulations Driven by Latent Heating Biases? Geophy. Res. Lett., e2020GL091678, https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL091678 

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2020, A Mechanism for the Midwinter Minimum in North Pacific Storm Track Intensity from a Global Perspective, Geophy. Res. Lett. e2019GL086052, https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GL086052

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2019, Relationship between Tropical and Extratropical Diabatic Heating and their Impact on Stationary-transient Wave Interference, J. Atmos. Sci, 76, pp. 2617-2633. https://doi.org/10.1175/JAS-D-18-0371.1 

• Park, M., Y. Choi, and S.-W.Son, 2016, The Impact of Satellite Observations on Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation in the Reanalysis Data: A Comparison Between JRA-55 and JRA-55C, The Atmosphere (Korean Journal), 26, pp. 523-540. https://doi.org/10.14191/Atmos.2016.26.4.523

Paper (In prep.)

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2021, Which one is a more effective driver of poleward eddy heat fluxes: Zonal gradient of tropcial convective heating or an equator-to-pole temperature gradient?, in prep.

 

Grants and Fellowships

• Student Travel Grant, 99th AMS Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ

Presentation

< Oral >

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2021, Relationship Between Stationary Wave Bias and Precipitation Bias in CMIP5 Simulations, 101st AMS Annual Meeting, Virtual conference.

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2021, Impacts of the Planetary-Scale Eddies on the Recent Trend of the Extratropical Isentropic Slope and Arctic Warming during Boreal Winter, 101st AMS Annual Meeting, Virtual conference.

• Park, M. Impact of Climate Model Bias on Future Projections : Old Biases Die Hard, Earth System Science Centre Seminar, Pennsylvania State University, PA.

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2020, Impacts of the Planetary-Scale Eddies on the Midwinter Suppression in North Pacific Storm Track Intensity, 100th AMS Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2019, Impacts of the Planetary-Scale Eddies on the Midwinter Suppression in North Pacific Storm Track Intensity, 22nd Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics Conference, Portland, Maine.

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2019, Impacts of Tropical and Extratropical Diabatic Heating on Stationary Wave Forcing and Arctic Warming, 99th AMS Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ 

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2019, Storm Strak Shifts Induced by Regional Stationary Wave Interference, 99th AMS Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ 

< Poster > 

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2020, Impacts of the Planetary-Scale Eddies on the Recent Trend of the Extratropical Isentropic Slope and Arctic Warming during Boreal Winter, 2020 AGU Falll Meeting, Virtual conference.

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2019, The North Atlantic Storm Track Shifts Induced by Stationary Wave Interference, 22nd Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics Conference, Portland, Maine.

• Park, M. and S. Lee, 2018, Impacts of Tropical and Extratropical Diabatic Heating on Stationary Wave Forcing and Arctic Warming, Centennial AGU Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C. 

• Park, M. and S.-W. Son, 2016, The impact of Satellite Observation Data on the Analysis of Heating Rate in Tropics, Spring Meeting of Korean Meteorological Society, Busan, Republic of Korea. 

• Park, M., Y. S. Choi, S.-W. Son, 2015, The Effectiveness of Satellite Observation Data for the Quality of the Reanalysis Dataset, Fall Meeting of Korean Meteorological Society, Jeju, Republic of Korea.

 Professional Activities

• 2018 Rossbypalooza, The University of Chicago.