|Dr. Feiqin Xie|
|Assistant Professor of Atmospheric Sciences|
|Ph.D.||2006, University of Arizona (Atmospheric Science)|
|M.S.||2001, Peking University, China (Atmospheric Physics & Environment)|
|B.S.||1998, Lanzhou University, China (Atmospheric Physics)|
My primary research interests are in atmospheric remote sensing and atmospheric dynamics. Specifically, I am interested in using spaceborne and airborne GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) radio occultation measurements as well as nadir-viewing satellite lidar, radar and infrared observations for atmospheric research.
My recent project focuses on the low clouds and the boundary layer dynamics over the subtropical eastern oceans.