Associate Professor Program: Ph.D. in Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering
Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering
1533 Climate and Space Research BuildingClimate & Space Research Building University of Michigan 2455 Hayward Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2143
Ph.D. (2004) , M.S. (2000), Planetary Science (minor in Applied Computation), California Institute of Technology,
B.S. (1997), Atmospheric Physics and Environmental Sciences, University of Science and Technology of China
CLIMATE/SPACE 380 Introduction to Atmospheric Radiation
CLIMATE/SPACE 532 Radiative Transfer
CLIMATE586 Climate Data Analysis
Being trained at Caltech/JPL for Ph.D. and Princeton/GFDL for the postdoc, Prof. Huang has balanced expertise in space-borne observations and climate modeling. He is specialized in (1) atmospheric radiation and its application in both satellite remote sensing and climate modeling, (2) spectrally resolved measurements and its application in climate studies, (3) cloud-radiation-climate interactions, (4) radiation budgets and radiative couplings between atmosphere and surface.
Prof. Huang regularly teaches atmospheric radiation for upper-division undergraduates and for graduate students. He also teaches climate data analysis, a course tailored for analyzing large spatiotemporal datasets with strong correlational structures.
The full list of peer-reviewed journal publications can be found at here.
Other peer-reviewed publications