Qingxiang Li

Professor (full), Sun Yat-sen University
  • China

About Qingxiang Li

I won my Master's degree of Science at Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology (NUIST) in 2000, and won the Ph.D.  at Institute of Atmospheric Physics, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (IAP/CAS) in 2009. 

From 2000, I started to work at National Meteorological Center (NMIC), China Meteorological Administration (CMA), and became a Deputy Division Director in National Meteorological Information Center (NMIC) in 2007, then I  transferred to the headquarters of CMA in 2008 and transferred back to NMIC in 2011, and acted as  the Chief Expert of NMIC,  Deputy Director of Research Office, and adjunct  professor at Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences.  From 2017,  I became a Professor (full)  at the School of Atmospheric Sciences, Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU).

My research interests include climate change observations, physics, and its uncertainties.  I have published more than 100 academic papers; published 7 monographs; my papers/theses have been cited nearly 7000 times in Google Scholar, and continuously cited more than 10 times by IPCC series assessment reports (AR 4~6); presided over more than 10 National R&D projects including National Public Welfare Industry Special Projects, National Basic Condition Platform Projects, Major Projects of National Social Science Foundation, National Natural Science Foundation Projects, etc.

I was awarded the 6th Zou Jingmeng Meteorological Science and Technology Talent Award, the first prize of Jiangsu Province Science and Technology Award (ranked 3rd), and selected as the 4th CMA Science and Technology Innovation Leaders. I am currently the editor or guest editor of SCI journals such as ESSD, Int J Environ Res Pub Health, J Meteor Res, Front Environ Sci, etc.; I am currently acting as OPACHE of WMO/CHy, member of National Climate and Climate Change Standardization Committee, executive director of Chinese Society of Space Statistics, etc.

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