Present Members (as of May, 2018)

  • Jung Choi (Research Associate, webpage): SLCFs and Hadley cell
  • Joon-Woo Roh (Research Associate): Changma and numerical weather prediction
  • Jinkyung Park (Research Assistant):
  • Yuna Lim (2013S~): QBO-MJO coupling
  • Kanghyun Song (2014S~): SSW dynamics
  • Hye-Jin Kim (2014F~): Arctic-midlatitude teleconnection
  • Myong-Il Jung (2014F~): SLCFs and Arctic climate changes
  • Seo-Yeon Kim (2015F~): Mean meridional circulation and Jet
  • Hera Kim (2017F~): Tropical-extratropical teleconnection
  • Changhyun Park (2017F~): Seasonal prediction
  • Jeayeon Lee (2016S~): East Asian cyclones
  • Hyeong-Oh Cho (2016S~): Storm track dynamics
  • Jaeyoung Hwang (2017S~): Blocking dynamics
  • Sang-Wook Kim (2017F~): S2S prediction
  • Chanil Park (2017F~): Changma and atmospheric river
  • Seung-Yoon Back (2018S~): SSW and its downward coupling
  • Boreum Han (2018F~): CCMI model evaluation
  • Joonsuk Kang (2018F~): Explosive cyclones

Former Members

  • Young-Eun Yoo (M.Sc. 2017): Deputy Director at KMA (5/2018)
  • Junsu Kim (Postdoc, 2014-2016): Research Scientist at KMA, Korea (7/2016)
  • Sung-Ho Woo (Part-time Postdoc, 2015): Research Scientist at APCC, Korea (7/2015)
  • Hyo-Seok Park (Research Associate, 2013-14, webpage): Research Scientist at KIGAM, Korea (4/2014)
  • Barbara Winter (Postdoc 2013 @ McGill): Physical Scientist at RPN, Canada (10/2014)
  • Kevin Grise (Postdoc 2011-12 @ McGill): Assistant Professor, University of Virgina, USA (9/2014)
  • Patrick Martineau (Ph.D. 2015 @ McGill): JSPS Postdoc at University of Tokyo, Japan (9/2017)
  • Joowan Kim (Ph.D. 2014 @ McGill): Assistant Professor, Kongju National University, Korea (3/2016)
  • Mathieu Plante (M.Sc. 2013 @ McGill): Ph.D. Student at McGill, Canada (9/2014)
  • Etienne Dunn-Sigouin (M.Sc. 2012 @ McGill): Ph.D. Student at Columbia University, USA (9/2012)
  • Ariaan Purich (M.Sc. 2011 @ McGill): Research Scientist at CSIRO, Australia (4/2012)
  • Ayako Yamamoto (M.Sc. 2011 @ McGill): Postdoc at JAMSTEC, Japan (9/2017)
  • Naishi Lin (M.Sc. 2010 @ McGill): Meteorologist at Environment Canada, Canada (9/2010)

Group Photos

  • Group picture at SNU campus (May, 2016)