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Baike Xi

Baike Xi

Professor
University of North Dakota
USA

Biography

Baike Xi received her Ph.D degree from the Department of Meteorology at Penn State University in 1999 under the guidance of Dr. Dennis Lamb. Her B. S. degree was from Beijing University, P. R. China. From 1999 to 2002, she worked as a postgraduate research associate at the University of Utah. While there she was involved with the NASA TRMM project and validated the satellite measured precipitation by using aircraft in-situ and ground based measurements during TEFLUN-A, TEFLUN-B/CAMEX3, LBA, KWAJEX, and CEMEX4. She is currently an associate research professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of North Dakota.

Research Interest

Cloud Microphysics retrieval from ground base measurements, atmospheric Radioative transfer, cloud and radiation parameterizations in climate model, ground and satellite remote sensing of clouds and radiation, heterogeneous reaction in clouds