東亞水環境可持續發展研究中心 (WEEA)

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Senior Research Fellow (Xuefeng Cui)
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Xuefeng Cui

Education and Employment Experience:

Associate Professor         June,2015-present

School of System Science, BeijingNormal University

Associate Professor         Dec 2009 – Nov, 2014

College of Global Changeand Earth System Science, Beijing Normal University

Research Fellow        July 2008– April 2010

School of Geosciences, University of Edinburgh

Post-doctoral Research Associate      Jan. 2006 - July 2008

Department of Geography, University of Liverpool

PhD in Climate Change       March 2002 – Dec. 2005

Universityof Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

Max PlanckInstitute for Meteorology,Hamburg, Germany International Max Planck Research Schoolon Earth System Modeling (IMPRS),   Hamburg,Germany

M.S. in Meteorology         Sep. 1999 –March 2002

Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IAP/CAS)

B.S.in Atmospheric Science          Sep. 1994 - July 1999

Universityof Science and Technology of China (USTC), China

Research Interest:

I am trained as climate modeler with special interest ininteractions between land cover and climate change. I have been working withclimate data analysis, climate modelling, and climate impact studies during thepast 15 years. Recently, I have directed my research into social economicaspects of climate change, land use change and particularly in relations withfood security.

Communityservices:

·     IPCC AR5 chapter 24 lead author, 2010-2014

·     IPBES Deliverables3C lead author, 2014-2015

·     Reviewerfor GBO-4 Scenario report, 2013

·     Reviewerfor Green Growth Best Practice, 2013

·     ExpertPanel for Chinese GEWEX, WCRP, 2013-2017

Current Research Grants:

Globalfood security basing on multi-countries analysis. National Science Foundationof China, 2013-2016, PI, 0.75M RMB.

Asia-PacificNetwork for Global Change Research (APN)2013:Integrated sustainability assessment ofbioenergy potentials in Asia: An application of a hybrid approach on trade-offsand pathways (PIC-STRAP),20K US Dollar (Chinese PI)

Basic knowledge and evaluation of Geoengineering, National Key Basic Research Program (973Program), 2015-2020, PI of sub-project,0.6M RMB

Finished Research Grants:

Historiccharacteristics during past 300 years and future trends of land use changes inChina. National Key Basic Research Program (973 Program), 2011-2015, PI ofsub-program, 4.75M RMB.

Programfor New Century Excellent Talents in University, direction of land resourcesmodeling, 2010-2012, PI, 0.5M RMB

Simulationof land use in Northwest China from global perspective, Open project fromNational Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology,2009-2011, PI, 148,000 RMB

Interactionsbetween climate and vegetation in China, 1st Round of Special Support Grantfor Post-doc from China National Post-doc Fund, 2008-2010, PI, 100,000 RMB

Regionalclimate modeling in China, the 43rd Round of Support for Post-docfrom China National Post-doc Fund, 2007-2008, PI, 30,000 RMB

BritishCouncil Research Exchange Programme (RXP) Award 2007, Dynamical downscalingclimate information for impact studies, PI, 4,294 Pounds

ENSEMBLESMobility Scholarships Award 2007, AMMA-ENSEMBLES links, PI, 1,350 Euros

Germany/Chinajoint research programme (DAAD-PPP): Hydrological Impacts of Climate andLand-use Changes in China, 01/2005-12/2006, co-PI, 10,731 Euros.

Academic Awards:

Excellent Post-graduate supervisor ofTongding, Beijing Normal University, 2013

SCOPUS Young Scientist Award, secondplace in Climate Change division, 2010

New Century Talent Award by Departmentof Education of China, 2009

Awarded place (50 total) in BIARIprogram, Brown University, 2012

Awardedplace (30 total) for UK CRUCIBLE 2009

Posteraward of 300 Euros from European Space Agency for the first CliC ScienceConference, 11-15 April 2005, Beijing, China

Peer-reviewedJournal Publications

(*correspondingauthor)

1.Cui, X.*, Rounsevell, M., Jiang, Y., Kang, M., Palmer, P.,Chen, W. and Dawson, T., 2014, Simulating Land-use Change in China from aGlobal Perspective, Chapter 11, pages 165-178, in (Ademola K. Braimoh, He QingHuang, eds.) Vulnerability of Land Systems in Asia, Wiley-Blackwell,Chichester, UK. 368 pages. ISBN: 978-1-118-85495.

2.Cui X.*,M. Rounsevell and et al., 2010:Simulation of land use change in China from a global perspective. Chapter inbook Vulnerability and Resilience of Land Systems in Asia. (in press)

3.GuichardF., N. Asencio, C. Peugeot, J. Redelsperger, O. Bock, X. Cui, andet al., 2010: An intercomparison of simulated rainfall andevapotranspiration associated with a mesoscale convective system over WestAfrica. Weather and Forecasting,DOI:10.1175/2009WAF2222250.1

4.Cui,X.*,D. Parker, and A. Morse, 2009: Thedrying out of soil moisture following rainfall in a numerical weatherprediction model, and implications for malaria prediction in West Africa. Weatherand Forecasting, DOI: 10.1175/2009WAF2222240.1

5.Cui, X.*,G. Huang, W.Chen, and A. Morse, 2009: Threatening of climate change on waterresources and supply: Case study of North China. Desalination 248,476-478.

6.Cui, X.*,and H-F. Graf, 2009:Recent land cover changes on the Tibetan Plateau, A review. Climatic Change,DOI: 10.1007/s10584-009-9556-8.

7.Cui,X.*, G. Huang, and W. Chen, 2008: Notesof regional climate model simulation for hydrological studies in China. Advancesin Atmospheric Science, 25(6), 999-1008.

8.Cui,X.*,H-F. Graf, B. Langmann, W. Chen and R-H.Huang, 2007: Hydrological impacts of deforestation on the southeasternTibetan Plateau: A model study. Earth Interactions, 11, 15, 1-18.

9.Cui,X.*,B. Langmann, and H-F. Graf, 2007:Summer monsoonal rainfall simulation on the Tibetan Plateau with a regionalclimate model using a one-way double-nesting system. Scientific OnlineLetters on the Atmosphere, 3, 49-52.

10. Cui,X.*,H-F. Graf, B. Langmann, W. Chen and R-H.Huang, 2006: Climatic impacts of anthropogenic land use change over theTibetan Plateau. Global and Planetary change, 54, 33-56.