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Tsung-Yung Lee

Nice to meet you. I am a second-year graduate student advised by Dr. Allison Wing. I was an undergraduate, master's degree student and research assistant in National Taiwan University.

I am interested in Tropical meteorology, TC genesis, TC development and TC-environment interaction. During my master student career, I investigated the impact of the environmental low-level flow on TC intensity change under moderate deep-layer shear by conducting a set of idealized simulations under the idealized framework of WRF model. This work is published on the Journal of the Atmospheric Science in 2021.

I moved to Tallahassee in 2021 to pursue my PhD degree. Aside from the research, I enjoy badminton and jogging. I watch tennis matches and follow sports news (tennis and badminton). Watching YouTube and playing Switch are also my hobbies.

Tsung-Yung Lee

Ph.D. Student
Research Topic: satellite-based estimation of cloud-radiation feedback on TC development


Lee, T., Wu, C., & Rios-Berrios, R. (2021). The Role of Low-Level Flow Direction on Tropical Cyclone Intensity Changes in a Moderate-Sheared Environment, J. Atmos. Sci., 78(9), 2859-2877, doi:10.1175/JAS-D-20-0360.1.