New Papers (since August 2015)

  1. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Simulations and Visualizations of Hurricane Sandy (2012): Multiscale Processes vs. Butterfly Effect. APEC Research Center for Typhoon and Society (ACTS) Newsletter, Vol. 5, No. 3, 12-15. December, 2015. (pdf)

  2. Shen, B.-W., 2015b: Nonlinear Feedback in a Six-dimensional Lorenz Model. Impact of an additional heating term. Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 22, 749-764, doi:10.5194/npg-22-749-2015, 2015. (link) (pdf)

  3. Shen, B.-W., 2015a: Parameterization of Negative Nonlinear Feedback using a Five-dimensional Lorenz Model. Fractal Geometry and Nonlinear Anal in Med and Bio. 1, 33-41: doi: 10.15761/FGNAMB.1000109 (a gallery proof) (pdf)

  4. Shen, B.-W., 2016: On an extension of the nonlinear feedback loop in a nine-dimensional Lorenz model. Chaotic Modeling and Simulation (CMSIM), 2: 147–157, 2017. (pdf) [It was presented at The 9th Chaos Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS2016), Senate House, University of London, 23-26 May 2016.] (pdf)

  5. Shen, B.-W., 2016a: Hierarchical scale dependence associated with the extension of the  nonlinear feedback loop in a seven-dimensional Lorenz model. Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 23, 189-203, doi:10.5194/npg-23-189-2016, 2016. (pdf)

  6. Shen, B.-W., S. Cheung, J.-L. F. Li, and Y.-L. Wu, S. S. Shen, 2016d:  Multiscale Processes of Hurricane Sandy (2012) as Revealed by the Parallel Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition and Advanced Visualization Technology.  Advances in Data Science and Adaptive Analysis. 08, 1650005 (2016) [22 pages] DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S2424922X16500054 (pdf)

  7. Wu, Y.-L.,and B.-W. Shen, 2016: An Evaluation of the Parallel Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition Method in Revealing the Role of Downscaling Processes Associated with African Easterly Waves in Tropical Cyclone Genesis. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol. 33, 1611-1628, DOI: 10.1175/JTECH-D-15-0257.1. (pdf)

  8. Shen, B.-W., S. Cheung, Y. Wu, F. Li, and D. Kao, 2017: Parallel Implementation of the Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition (PEEMD) and Its Application for Earth Science Data Analysis. Computing in Science & Engineering, vol. 19, no. , pp. 49-57, September/October 2017, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2017.3421555. (pdf)

  9. Shen, B.-W., 2014b: On the nonlinear feedback loop and energy cycle of the non-dissipative Lorenz model. Nonlin. Processes Geophys. Discuss., 1, 519-541, doi:10.5194/npgd-1-519-2014, 2014. (link)

  10. Shen, B.-W., 2016c: On periodic solutions associated with the nonlinear feedback loop in the non-dissipative Lorenz model. Nonlin. Processes Geophys. Discuss. doi:10.5194/npg-2016-40  (link) (accepted, September 22, 2016)

  11. Shen, B.-W. and  S. Faghih-Naini, 2017: On recurrent solutions within high-dimensional non-dissipative Lorenz models: the role of the nonlinear feedback loop. The 10th Chaos Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS2017), Barcelona, Spain, 30 May - 2 June, 2017. (slides) (slides) (pdf) (slides)

  12. Faghih-Naini, S. and B.-W. Shen, 2017: On quasi-periodic solutions associated with the extended nonlinear feedback loop in the five-dimensional non-dissipative Lorenz model.

    The 10th Chaos Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS2017), Barcelona, Spain, 30 May - 2 June, 2017. (slides) (pdf) (slides)

  13. Shen, B.-W., 2017: Forecasting Tropical Cyclogenesis with a Global Mesoscale Model: Results for Six Tropical Cyclones in May 2002.  Fish & Ocean Opj. 2017; 4(1): 555626. DOI: 10.19080/OFOAJ.2017.04.555626.  (invited) (link)

  14. Lin, Y.-L., J. Spinks, and B.-W. Shen, 2017: Formation and Maintenance of an African Easterly Wave -Mesoscale Convective System in 2004 over East Africa and Arabian Peninsula (Accepted, Sep., 2017).

Papers under review/in preparation
  1. Shen, B.-W., R. A. Pielke Sr., X. Zeng, I. A. Santos, S. Faghih-Naini, J. Buchmann, R. Atlas, 2017: Butterfly Effects of the First and Second Kinds in Lorenz Models. Submitted to AMS 2018 annual meeting.
    (pdf)
  2. Faghih-Naini, S. and B.-W. Shen, 2017:High-dimensional Lorenz Modeling in Python: Chaotic, Limit Cycle and Quasi-Periodic Solutions. (Submitted to AMS 2018 annual meeting.) (pdf
  3. Reyes, T., B.-W. Shen, Y.-L. Wu, et al., 2017: Applying the recurrence quantification analysis method for analyzing the recurrence of multiple African easterly waves in 2006. (submitted to the AGU 2017 Fall meeting). (pdf)
  4. Shen, B.-W., 2017: Butterfly, Recurrence, and Predictability in Lorenz Models. (an abstract submitted to the AGU 2017 Fall meeting).
  5. Shen, B.-W., et. al., 2017: Revealing multiscale processes in 30-day simulations of multiple African easterly waves using the parallel empirical mode decomposition. (invited; to be submitted, 2017).  

  6. Shen, B.-W. and C.-D. J. Lin, 2017: Reveal Scale Dependence in the Chaotic Solutions of High-dimensional Lorenz models using Principal Component Analysis (to be submitted in late 2017).

  7. Shen, B.-W. et. al., 2016: On the extension of the nonlinear feedback loop in a 7, 8 and 9-dimensional Lorenz models (in preparation).

  8. Lin, Y.-L., J. Spinks, G. M. Smith, B.-W. Shen, 2016: Dynamics of Track Deflection Associated with Hurricane Sandy (2012) Before Landfalling on the US East Coast. (to be submitted)

Book Chapters:
  1. Biswas, R., M.J. Aftosmis, C. Kiris, and B.-W. Shen, 2007: Petascale Computing: Impact on Future NASA Missions. Petascale Computing: Architectures and Algorithms, 29-46 (D. Bader, ed.), Chapman and Hall / CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.(pdf)

  2. Atlas, R., S.-J. Lin, B.-W. Shen, O. Reale, and K.-S. Yeh: 2007: Improving Hurricane Prediction through Innovative Global Modeling.EXTENDING THE HORIZONS: Advances in Computing, Optimization and Decision Technologies, 1-14 (Editors: E. Baker, A. Joseph, A. Mehrotra, M. Trick), Springer, New York, NY. DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-48793-9_1

Refereed Journal Articles: 

  1. Shen, B.-W., S. Cheung, Y. Wu, F. Li, and D. Kao, 2017: Parallel Implementation of the Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition (PEEMD) and Its Application for Earth Science Data Analysis. Computing in Science & Engineering, vol. 19, no. , pp. 49-57, September/October 2017, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2017.3421555. (pdf)

  2. Shen, B.-W., 2017: On an extension of the nonlinear feedback loop in a nine-dimensional Lorenz model. Chaotic Modeling and Simulation (CMSIM), 2: 147–157, 2017. (pdf)

  3. Lin, Y.-L., J. Spinks, and B.-W. Shen, 2017: Formation and Maintenance of an African Easterly Wave -Mesoscale Convective System in 2004 over East Africa and Arabian Peninsula (Accepted, Sep., 2017).

  4. Shen, B.-W., 2017: Forecasting Tropical Cyclogenesis with a Global Mesoscale Model: Results for Six Tropical Cyclones in May 2002. Fish & Ocean Opj. 2017; 4(1): 555626. DOI: 10.19080/OFOAJ.2017.04.555626.  (invited) (link

  5. Shen, B.-W., 2016a: Hierarchical scale dependence associated with the extension of the  nonlinear feedback loop in a seven-dimensional Lorenz model. Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 23, 189-203, doi:10.5194/npg-23-189-2016, 2016.  (pdf)

  6. Shen, B.-W., S. Cheung, J.-L. F. Li, and Y.-L. Wu, S. S. Shen, 2016:  Multiscale Processes of Hurricane Sandy (2012) as Revealed by the Parallel Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition and Advanced Visualization Technology. Advances in Data Science and Adaptive Analysis. 08, 1650005 (2016) [22 pages] DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S2424922X16500054 (pdf)

  7. Wu, Y.-L.,and B.-W. Shen, 2016: An Evaluation of the Parallel Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition Method in Revealing the Role of Downscaling Processes Associated with African Easterly Waves in Tropical Cyclone Genesis. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol. 33, 1611-1628, DOI: 10.1175/JTECH-D-15-0257.1. (pdf)

  8. Shen, B.-W., 2015b: Nonlinear Feedback in a Six-dimensional Lorenz Model. Impact of an additional heating term. Nonlin. Processes Geophys.22, 749-764, doi:10.5194/npg-22-749-2015, 2015. (link) (pdf)

  9. Shen, B.-W., 2015a: Parameterization of Negative Nonlinear Feedback using a Five-dimensional Lorenz Model. Fractal Geometry and Nonlinear Anal in Med and Bio. 1, 33-41, doi: 10.15761/FGNAMB.1000109 (pdf)

  10. Shen, B.-W., 2014a: Nonlinear Feedback in a Five-dimensional Lorenz Model. J. of Atmos. Sci., 71, 1701–1723. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JAS-D-13-0223.1 

  11. Shen, B.W., M. DeMaria, J.-L. F. Li, and S. Cheung, 2013c: Genesis of Hurricane Sandy (2012) Simulated with a Global Mesoscale Model. Geophys. Res. Lett. 40. 2013, DOI: 10.1002/grl.50934. (pdf) (pdf)

  12. Shen, B.-W., B. Nelson, S. Cheung, and W.-K. Tao, 2013b: Improving the NASA Multiscale Modeling Framework's Performance for Tropical Cyclone Climate StudyComputing in Science and Engineering,  IEEE computer Society Digital Library. IEEE Computer Society,no. 5, pp. 56-67, Sep./Oct. 2013  (pdf)

  13. Shen, B.-W., B. Nelson, W.-K. Tao, and Y.-L. Lin2013a, "Advanced Visualizations of Scale Interactions of Tropical Cyclone Formation and Tropical Waves," Computing in Science and Engineering, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 47-59, March-April 2013, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2012.64 (pdf) 

  14. Shen, B.-W. W.-K. Tao, Y.-L. Lin, A. Laing2012: Genesis of Twin Tropical Cyclones as Revealed by a Global Mesoscale Model: The Role of Mixed Rossby Gravity Waves. J. Geophys. Res., 117, D13114, doi:10.1029/2012JD017450. (pdf

  15. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, Y.-L. Lin, and A. Laing, 2012s: Correction to :"Genesis of twin tropical cyclones as revealed by a global mesoscale model: The role of mixed rossby gravity waves" J. Geophys. Res., 117, D16199,   doi:10.1029/2012JD018598. (pdf)

  16. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, and B. Green, 2011: Coupling Advanced Modeling and Visualization to Improve High-Impact Tropical Weather Prediction(CAMVis), IEEE Computing in Science and Engineering (CiSE), vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 56-67, Sep./Oct. 2011, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2010.141 (impact factor: 1.42) (pdf) (pdf1)

  17. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, and M.-L. Wu, 2010b: African Easterly Waves in 30-day High-resolution Global Simulations: A Case Study during the 2006 NAMMA Period. Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L18803, doi:10.1029/2010GL044355. (pdf) (supplemental)

  18. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, W. K. Lau, R. Atlas, 2010a: Predicting Tropical Cyclogenesis with a Global Mesoscale Model: Hierarchical Multiscale Interactions During the Formation of Tropical Cyclone Nargis (2008) . J. Geophys. Res.,115, D14102, doi:10.1029/2009JD013140. (available at AGU; a brief summary) A story entry derived from this article appeared in the April 2010 "Research Breakthroughs," to be disseminated by the Division of Research at the University of Maryland at College Park.(pdf)

  19. W.-K. Tao, D. Anderson, J. Chern, J. Entin, A. Hou, P. Houser, R. Kakar, S. Lang, W. Lau, C. Peters-Lidard, X. Li, T. Matsui, M. Rienecker, M. R. Schoeberl, B.-W. Shen, J. J. Shi, and X. Zeng, 2009: A Goddard Multi-Scale Modeling System with Unified Physics. Submitted to Annales Geophysicae Special Issue dedicated to The 1st International Conference on From Desert to Monsoons. Ann. Geophys., 27, 3055-3064.(pdf)

  20. Li, F. J.-L., D. Waliser, C. Woods, J. Teixeira, J. Bacmeister, J. Chern, B.-W. Shen, A. Tompkins, W.-K. and M. Kohler, 2008: Comparisons of satellites liquid water estimates to ECMWF and GMAO analyses, 20th century IPCC AR4 climate simulations, and GCM simulations. Geophysical Research Letters, 35, L19710, doi:10.1029/2008GL035427.(pdf)

  21. Tao, W.-K., D. Anderson, R. Atlas, J. Chern, P. Houser, A. Hou, S. Lang, W. Lau, C. Peters-Lidard, R. Kakar, S. Kumar, W. Lapenta, X. Li, T. Matsui, R. Rienecker, B.-W. Shen, J. J. Shi, J. Simpson, and X. Zeng, 2008: A Goddard Multi-Scale Modeling System with Unified Physics. World Climate Research Programme Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment (WCRP/GEWEX) Newsletter, Vol 18, No 1, 6-8.(pdf)

  22. Biswas, R., M.J. Aftosmis, C. Kiris, and B.-W. Shen, 2007: Petascale Computing: Impact on Future NASA Missions. Petascale Computing: Architectures and Algorithms, 29-46 (D. Bader, ed.), Chapman and Hall / CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.(pdf)

  23. Shen, B.-W., R. Atlas, et al., 2007: Multiscale Simulations of a Mei-Yu Front Accompanied by a Drifting Mesocyclone with a General Mesoscale Model. To be submitted to Weather and Forecasting for publication. (part of results were presented as a poster at the CMMAP meeting in February, 2007).

  24. Atlas, R., S.-J. Lin, B.-W. Shen, O. Reale, and K.-S. Yeh: 2007: Improving Hurricane Prediction through Innovative Global Modeling. EXTENDING THE HORIZONS: Advances in Computing, Optimization and Decision Technologies, 1-14 (Editors: E. Baker, A. Joseph, A. Mehrotra, M. Trick), Springer, New York, NY. DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-48793-9_1. (pdf)

  25. Shen,B.-W., R. Atlas, O. Oreale, S.-J Lin, J.-D. Chern, J. Chang, C. Henze,and J.-L. Li, 2006b: Hurricane Forecasts with a Global Mesoscale-Resolving Model: Preliminary Results with Hurricane Katrina(2005). Geophys. Res. Lett., L13813, doi:10.1029/2006GL026143. (This has been selected as an AGU Journal Highlight, and has also been highlighted in Science, 25 August, 2006) (pdf(Supplemental)

  26. Atlas, R., O. Reale, B.-W. Shen, S.-J. Lin, 2006: The use of remotely sensed data and innovative modeling to improve hurricane prediction. Algorithms and Technologies for Multispectral, Hyperspectral, and Ultraspectral Imagery XII. Proc. SPIE, 6233, 62330U, DOI:10.1117/12.673221.(pdf)

  27. Shen,B.-W., R. Atlas, J.-D. Chern, O. Reale, S.-J. Lin, T. Lee, and J.Change 2006a: The 0.125 degree Finite Volume General Mesoscale Circulation Model:Preliminary simulations of mesoscale vortices. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L05801, doi:10.1029/2005GL024594. (This work has been cited as a " A Global/Mesoscale Modeling Breakthrough.'')(pdf)

  28. Putman, W., S.-J. Lin, and B.-W. Shen, 2005: Cross-Platform Performance of a Portable Communication Module and the NASA Finite Volume General Circulation Model. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications. 19: 213-223.(pdf)

  29. Atlas, R., O. Reale, B.-W. Shen, S.-J. Lin,J.-D. Chern, W. Putman, T. Lee, K.-S. Yeh, M. Bosilovich, and J.Radakovich, 2005: Hurricane forecasting with the high-resolution NASA finite-volume General Circulation Model, Geophysical Research Letters,32, L03801, doi:10.1029/2004GL021513.

    (This has been selected as an AGU Journal Highlight.) (pdf)
  30. Chang, Y., S. D. Schubert, S.-J. Lin, S. Nebuda, B.-W. Shen, 2001: The climate of the FVCCM-3 Model. NASA/GSFC Technical Report Series on Global modeling and Data Assimilation, vol 20, p. 127. (pdf)

  31. Shen, B.- W., and Y.-L. Lin, 1999: Effects of Critical Levels on Two-Dimensional Backsheared Flow over an Isolated Mountain Ridge on an f-plane. J. of Atmos. Sci., 56, 3286-3302.(pdf)

  32. Shen, B.-W., 1998: Inertia Critical Layers and Their Impacts on Nongeostrophic Baroclinic Instability. Ph.D. Dissertation. North Carolina State Univ., p. 255.(pdf)

  33. Shen, B.-W., and N.-H. Lin, 1995: A Theoretical Study of the Effects of an Isolated Mountain on Particle Deposition. J. of Atmos. Sci., 23, Taipei, Taiwan (in Chinese), 237-264.(pdf)

  34. Shen, B.- W., 1992: The Linear Solution of a Three-Dimensional Flow over an Isolated Mountain, Master Thesis, National Central University, Taiwan, (in Chinese), p. 85. (pdf)

Referred Conference Articles/Posters (supercomputing related)

  1. Shen, B.-W., 2016: On the extension of the nonlinear feedback loop in a seven-dimensional Lorenz model. The 9th Chaos Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS2016), Senate House, University of London, 23-26 May 2016. (accepted). 

  2. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, and B. Green, 2010: Coupling NASA Advanced Multi-Scale Modeling and Concurrent Visualization Systems for Improving Predictions of Tropical High-Impact Weather (CAMVis). Submitted to IEEE Computing in Science and Engineering (accepted 9 November 2010). (repeatedly listed in “Referred Journal Articles”) (impact factor: 0.973

  3. Shen, B.-W., 2010: Recent Advances in Global Hurricane Modeling after Katrina (2005). Supercomputing Conference 2010 (SC10). New Orleans, Louisiana, November 15-18, 2010. (selected as one of top 4 project demonstrations for SC10 among aeronautics, exploration, science, and space operations missions at NASA).

  4. Shen, B.-W., B. Green, W.-K. Tao, C. Henze, S. Cheung, J.-L. F. Li, and P. Mehrotra, 2010: Coupling NASA Advanced Multi-Scale Modeling and Concurrent Visualization Systems for Improving Predictions of Tropical High-Impact Weather (CAMVis). The Earth Science Technology Forum 2010 (ESTF2010). Arlington, Virginia, June 22-24, 2010.

  5. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, B. Green, C. Henze, P. Mehrotra, J.-L. F. Li, 2009: High-impact Tropical Weather Prediction with the NASA Coupled Advanced multi-scale Modeling and concurrent Visualization Systems (CAMVis). Supercomputing conference 2009, Portland, Oregon, November 14-20, 2009.

  6. Shen, B.-W., 2009: Extending the Lead Time of Tropical Cyclogenesis Prediction with a Global Mesoscale Model. Supercomputing Conference 2009, Portland, Oregon, November 14-20, 2009. (selected as one of top NASA project demonstrations at SC09).

  7. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, J.-D. Chern, and R. Atlas, 2009: Scalability Improvements in the  NASA Goddard Multiscale Multicomponent Modeling Framework for Tropical Cyclone Climate Studies. HPC ASIA & APAN 2009 International Conference and Exhibition.Proceedings, p 249-256. Kaohsiung, Taiwan, March 2-5, 2009.

  8. Shen, B.-W., and W.-K. Tao, and R. Atlas, 2009: Hurricane Forecasts with the Global Mesoscale model on NASA Supercomputers. HPC ASIA & APAN 2009 International Conference and Exhibition. Proceedings, p 649-650. Kaohsiung, Taiwan, March 2-5, 2009.

  9. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, 2008: Predicting the Formation of Tropical Cyclone Nargis (2008) with a High-resolution Global Model. International Conference for High Performance Computing, Net­working, Storage and Analysis (SC08). Austin, Texas, November 15-21, 2008.

  10. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, 2008: High-Impact Tropical Weather Prediction with the NASA Multi-scale Modeling System. International Conference for High Performance Computing, Net­working, Storage and Analysis (SC08). Austin, Texas, November 15-21, 2008.(Selected as one of NASA top three project demonstrations at SC08; the #1 in the Science Mission Directorate)  

  11. Biswas, R., M.J. Aftosmis, C. Kiris, and B.-W. Shen, 2007: Petascale Computing: Impact on Future NASA Missions. Petascale Computing: Architectures and Algorithms, 29-46 (D. Bader, ed.), Chapman and Hall / CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. (repeatedly listed in “Referred Journal Articles”)

  12. Shen, B.-W., R. Atlas, W.-K. Tao, T. Lee, O. Reale, J.-D. Chern, S.-J. Lin, J. Chang, C. Henze, J.-L. Li, 2006: Experimental High-Resolution Weather/Hurricane Predictions with the NASA fvGCM. High-End Computing at NASA48-49. (PDF)

  13. Putman, W., S.-J. Lin, and B.-W. Shen, 2005: Cross-Platform Performance of a Portable Communication Module and the NASA Finite Volume General Circulation Model International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications. 19: 213-223. (repeatedly listed in “Referred Journal Articles”) (impact factor: 1.274)

  14. Atlas, R., B.-W. Shen, O. Reale, J., W. Putman, J., J.-D. Chern, S.-J. Lin, M. Bosilovich, T. Lee, J. Radakovich, K.-S. Yeh, J. Ardizzone, and D. Bungato, 2004: The NASA finite-volume General Circulation Model: The 2004 hurricane season -- a high-resolution NWP application, The SC2004 High Performance Computing, Networking and Storage Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 6-12, 2004. (Selected as one of the NASA top four project demonstrations at SC04; the #1 in the Science Mission Directorate)   (PDF, ~3.5MB)

News Articles & Selected Posters (EPO):
 
  1. Shen, B.- W., 2009b: Supercomputer and Typhoon Prediction.  Want daily forum. September 8, 2009. in Chinese. 

  2. Shen, B.-W., 2009a: Current Challenges of Hurricane Intensity Predictions in Taiwan. Want daily forum and China Times. August 14, 2009. in Chinese.

  3. Climate Modeling at NASA

  4. NASA High-End Computing

Conference Reprints/Technical Reports:
2017
  1. Shen, B.-W., R. A. Pielke Sr., X. Zeng, I. A. Santos, S. Faghih-Naini, J. Buchmann, R. Atlas, 2017: Butterfly Effects of the First and Second Kinds in Lorenz Models. Submitted to AMS 2018 annual meeting.
    (pdf)
  2. Faghih-Naini, S. and B.-W. Shen, 2017:High-dimensional Lorenz Modeling in Python: Chaotic, Limit Cycle and Quasi-Periodic Solutions. Submitted to AMS 2018 annual meeting. (pdf
  3. Reyes, T., B.-W. Shen, Y.-L. Wu, et al., 2017: Applying the recurrence quantification analysis method for analyzing the recurrence of multiple African easterly waves in 2006. (to be submitted to the AGU 2017 Fall meeting). (pdf)
  4. Shen, B.-W., 2017: Butterfly, Recurrence, and Predictability in Lorenz Models. (an abstract submitted to the AGU 2017 Fall meeting).
  5. Shen, B.-W. and  S. Faghih-Naini, 2017: On recurrent solutions within high-dimensional non-dissipative Lorenz models: the role of the nonlinear feedback loop. The 10th Chaos Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS2017), Barcelona, Spain, 30 May - 2 June, 2017. (slides) (slides) (pdf) (slides)

  6. Faghih-Naini, S. and B.-W. Shen, 2017: On quasi-periodic solutions associated with the extended nonlinear feedback loop in the five-dimensional non-dissipative Lorenz model.

    The 10th Chaos Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS2017), Barcelona, Spain, 30 May - 2 June, 2017. (slides) (pdf) (slides)

2016
  1. Shen, B.-W. et al., 2016: On the extension of the nonlinear feedback loop in a seven-dimensional Lorenz model. The 9th Chaos Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS2016), Senate House, University of London, 23-26 May 2016. (accepted). 

  2. Shen, B.-W., 2016: Hierarchical scale dependence associated with the extension of the nonlinear feedback loop in high-dimensional Lorenz models. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. December 12-16, 2016. (submitted)

  3. Shen, B.-W., 2016: An Introduction to Paraview: High-Dimensional Data Analysis and Visualization. San Diego State University. July 19, 2016. (presented for the SDSU SCC team) (slides available upon request)

  4. Shen, B.-W., 2016: An Introduction to Matlab, R, Python and Julia for 3D surface plots. (a course note for vector calculus). (slides are available upon request)

  5. Wu, Y., B.-W. Shen, and S. Cheung: Analyzing the Multiscale Processes in Tropical Cyclone Genesis Associated with African Easterly Waves using the PEEMD. Part I: Downscaling Processes. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. December 12-16, 2016. (submitted)

2015
  1. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Simulations and Visualizations of Hurricane Sandy (2012): Multiscale Processes vs. Butterfly Effect. APEC Research Center for Typhoon and Society (ACTS) Newsletter, Vol. 5, No. 3, 12-15. December, 2015. (pdf)

  2. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Short-term Climate Simulations of African Easterly Waves with a Global Mesoscale Model. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. December 14-18, 2015. (pdf)

  3. Wu, Y.-L. and B.-W. Shen, 2015: Exploring Multiscale Processes of Tropical Cyclone Genesis Associated with African Easterly Waves Using the PEEMD. December 14-18, 2015.

  4. Shen, B.-W., 2015:  Multiscale Processes of Hurricane Sandy (2012) as Revealed by the Coupled Advanced Global Modeling and Visualization Systems (CAMVis). Taiwan Typhoon and Flood Research Institute of National Applied Research Laboratories. Taipei, Taiwan. November, 27, 2015. (invited, pdf).

  5. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Simulations and Visualizations of Hurricane Sandy (2012): Multiscale Processes vs. Butterfly Effect. Manila, Philippines, Nov. 24-25, 2015. (invited, pdf)

  6. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Using Katrina and Sandy Data to Improve Hurricane Prediction Tools. Supercomputing Conference 2015 (SC15). Austin, TX, Nov. 15-20, 2015.  (invited, pdf)

  7. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Simulations and Visualizations of Hurricane Sandy (2012): Multiscale Processes vs. Butterfly Effect. The 2015 Asia Oceania Geosciences society (AOGS) Meeting, Singapore, 2 to 7 August, 2015. (submitted, accepted; trip cancelled due to a conflict of schedule for a project review) 

  8. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Short-term Climate Simulations of African Easterly Waves with a Global Mesoscale Model. Japan Geophysical Union Meeting. Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan, May 24-28, 2015. (invited, pdf)

  9. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Multiscale Simulations of Tropical Cyclone Formation with an Advanced Global Mesoscale Model. Dean of Sciences’ Conference Room. San Diego State University. May 4, 2015. 

  10. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Lorenz Equations and High-order Lorenz Models. Department of Mathematics, San Diego State University, April 30, 2015. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3720.8485. (an invited lecture for Math638-Continuous Dynamical Systems and Chaos) (pdf)

  11. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Advanced Supercomputing Technology for Big Data Science. “Big Data Science at SDSU." Templo Room, Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, SDSU. March 07, 2015. 

  12. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Short-term Climate Simulations of African Easterly Waves with a Global Mesoscale Model. Workshop on High-Resolution Climate Simulation, Projection, and Application. Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. January 19‐21, 2015. (invited) (pdf) (slides)

  13. Shen, B.-W., S. Cheung, J.-L. F. Li, and Y.-L. Wu, 2015: Analyzing Tropical Waves Using the Parallel Ensemble Empirical Model Decomposition Method: Preliminary Results from Hurricane Sandy. Research Center for Adaptive Data Analysis, National Central University. Jan. 16, 2015. (invited) (pdf) (slides)

  14. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Global Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: When Sandy Meets Lorenz. National Central University. Jan. 16, 2015. (invited) (pdf) (slides)

  15. Shen, B.-W., 2015: Global Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: When Sandy Meets Lorenz. National Taiwan University. Jan. 15, 2015. (invited) (pdf) (slides)

2014
  1. Wu, Y., B.-W. Shen, S. Cheung, J.-L. Li, Z. Liu, 2014Resolving Multiscale Processes in Tropical Cyclogenesis Using Parallel EEMD. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. December 15-19, 2014.

  2. Shen, B.-W. Global Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: When Sandy Meets Lorenz. Computational Science Research Center. San Diego State University. November 21, 2014. (pdf)

  3. Shen, B.-W., S. Cheung, J.-L. F. Li,  and Y.-L. Wu, 2014: Analyzing Tropical Waves Using the Parallel Ensemble Empirical Model Decomposition Method: Preliminary Results from Hurricane Sandy Earth Science Technology Forum (ESTF), Leesburg, VA, October 28-30 2014. (abstract) (slides)

  4. Shen, B.-W., 2014: Global Hurricane Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: My Journey with Computational Science.Climate Informatics Lab. San Diego State University. October 16, 2014. (pdf)

  5. Shen, B.-W., 2014: Global Weather/Climate Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: Scale or Detail Matters? ``Discovery Slams''College of Sciences, San Diego State University. October 6, 2014. (pdf)

  6. Shen, B.-W., 2014: Global Weather/Climate Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology. Center for Human Dynamics in the Mobile Age. San Diego State University. October 3, 2014. (pdf)

  7. Shen, B.-W., M. DeMaria, J.-L. F. Li, and S. Cheung, W.-L., Wu, 2014: Genesis of Hurricane Sandy (2012) Simulated with a Global Mesoscale Model. CWB annual conference on weather analysis and forecasting. Central Weather Bureau. September 16-18, 2014. (invited). (pdf)

  8. Wu, Y., Shen, B.-W., S. Cheung, and J.-L. F. Li, 2014: Resolving multiscale processes in tropical cyclogenesis using the parallel EEMD. The World  Weather Open Science Conference, 2014, Montreal, Canada. August 16-21, 2014.

  9. Shen, B.-W., M. DeMaria, J.-L. F. Li, and S. Cheung, W.-L., Wu, 2014:Genesis of Hurricane Sandy (2012) Simulated with a Global Mesoscale Model. The World Weather Open Science Conference (WWOSC). Montreal, Canada. August 16-21, 2014.

  10. Shen, B.-W., M. DeMaria, J.-L. F. Li, and S. Cheung, 2014: Genesis of Hurricane Sandy (2012) Simulated with a Global Mesoscale Model.  31st Conferences on Hurricane and Tropical Meteorology. San Diego, CA. March 31-April 4, 2014. (pdf)

  11. Lin, Y.-L., J. Spinks, G. M. Smith, B.-W. Shen, 2014: Fujiwhara Effect on Track Deflection Associated with Hurricane Sandy (2012) Before Landfalling on the US East Coast. 

    31st Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology. 

    San Diego, CA. 

    31 March–4 April 2014.  

  12. Shen, B.-W., 2014:  Short-term Climate Simulations of African Easterly Waves: A Case Study with a Global Mesoscale Model.The Department of Mathematics and Statistics, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA. March 28, 2014. DOI:10.13140/2.1.5111.9046. (invited talk) (pdf)

  13. Shen, B.-W., 2014: Multiscale Simulations and Visualizations of Hurricane Sandy (2012).  Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center (GES DISC). Greenbelt, MD  18  March  2014. (invited talk)

  14. Shen, B.-W., 2014: Genesis of Hurricane Sandy (2012) Simulated with a Global Mesoscale Model. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY. February 26, 2014. (invited talk).

  15. Shen B.-W., M. DeMaria, J.-L. F. Li, and S. Cheung, 2014:  Genesis of Hurricane Sandy (2012) Simulated with a Global Mesoscale Model. 94th AMS Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. 2-6 February 2014.

2013
  1. Shen, B.-W., comments on ``Atmospheric waves as scaling, turbulent phenomena’’ by J. Pinel and S. Lovejoy Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 13, 14797–14822, 2013 (MS No.: acp-2013-111) (pdf)
  2. Shen, B.-W., M. DeMaria, J.-L. F. Li, and S. Cheung, 2013:  Genesis of Hurricane Sandy (2012) Simulated with a Global Mesoscale Model. 94th AMS Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. 2-6 February 2014. (pdf)
  3. Shen, B.-W., S. Cheung, J.-L. F. Li, and Y.-L. Wu, 2013e:  Analyzing Tropical Waves using the Parallel Ensemble Empirical Model Decomposition (PEEMD) Method: Preliminary Results with Hurricane Sandy (2012),  NASA ESTO Showcase by Earthzine magazine. posted December 2, 2013. (URL)
  4. Shen, B.-W., 2013f: Simulations and Visualizations of Hurricane Sandy (2012) as Revealed by the NASA CAMVis. NASA ESTO Showcase by Earthzine magazine. posted December 2, 2013. (URL)
  5. Shen, B.-W., J.-L. Li, and S. Cheung, 2013: Multiscale Processes of Hurricane Sandy (2012) as Revealed by the CAMVis-MAP. AGU 2013 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 9-13. (pdf)
  6. Cheung, S., B.-W. Shen, P. Mehrotra , J.-L. F. Li, 2013: Parallelization of the Ensemble Empirical Model Decomposition (PEEMD) Method on Multi- and Many-core Processors. AGU 2013 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 9-13. (pdf)
  7. Shen, B.-W., 2013: Scale Interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation as Revealed by the NASA CAMVis. National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan, June 19, 2013. (pdf)
  8. Shen, B.-W., 2013: How Supercomputers Help Tropical Cyclone Predictions. CHUNG GANG SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. Taichung City, Taiwan, June 18, 2013.
  9. Shen, B.-W., 2013: Multiscale Interactions and Predictability of Tropical Cyclogenesis: Case Studies with a Global Mesoscale Model. The Research Center for Environmental Changes (RCEC), Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, June 13, 2013. (pdf)
  10. Shen, B.-W., 2013: Multiscale Interactions and Predictability of Tropical Cyclogenesis: Case Studies with a Global Mesoscale Model. National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan, June 11, 2013. (pdf).
  11. Shen, B.-W. et al., 2013: Scale Interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation as Revealed by the NASA CAMVis. 2013 Earth Science Technology Forum (ESTF), Leesburg, VA, June 18-20 2013. (abstract). (meeting canceled).
  12. Shen, B.-W., 2013: Nonlinear Feedback in a Generalized Lorenz Model. AGU 2013 Meeting of the Americas, Cancun, Mexico, 14-17 May 2013. . Abstract #NG52A-03. (abstract).(pdf) (revised slides).
  13. Shen, B.-W., 2013:  A View on the Predictability of Tropical Cyclogenesis with a Global Mesoscale Model. Conference on “Advanced Dynamical Core Modeling for Atmospheric and Oceanic Circulations”, National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL), Gadanki, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh, India, 18-23 Feb. 2013. (an invited talk) (abstract) (slides) (mentioned in the local news, the Hindu).
  14. Shen, B.-W., 2013: Scale Interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation as Revealed by NASA Advanced Technologies. Conference on “Advanced Dynamical Core Modeling for Atmospheric and Oceanic Circulations”National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL), Gadanki, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh, India, 18-23 Feb. 2013. (an invited talk) (abstract)
  15. Shen, B.-W., 2013: Genesis of Twin Tropical Cyclones as Revealed by a Global Mesoscale Model: The Role of Mixed Rossby Gravity Wave. Central Weather Bureau, Taipei, Taiwan, Jan. 24, 2013. (an invited talk)(pdf)
2012
  1. Shen, B.-W., Z. Wu, and S. Cheung, 2012: Analysis of Tropical Cyclones and Tropical Waves using the Parallel Ensemble Empirical Model Decomposition (EEMD) Method. AGU 2012 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 03-07, 2012. (pdf)

  2. Wu, Z. and B.-W. Shen, 2012: Time-Frequency-Amplitude/Energy Representation of Geophysical Data: A Local Perspective. AGU 2012 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 03-07, 2012. (pdf)

  3. Shen, B.-W., 2012: Genesis of Twin Tropical Cyclones as Revealed by a Global Mesoscale Model: The Role of Mixed Rossby Gravity Wave. (invited talk)

  4. Shen, B.-W., B. Nelson, S. Cheung, W.-K. Tao,  and P. Piyush, 2012: Scalability Improvement of the NASA Multiscale Modeling Framework for Tropical Cyclone Climate StudyThe Earth Science Technology Forum 2012 (ESTF2012), Orlando, FL, June 26-28, 2012.(abstract submitted; conference cencelled)

  5. Shen, B.-W., 2012: Multiscale Interactions of Tropical Cyclone Formation and Tropical Waves as Revealed by NASA Advanced Technologies. The 2012 Asia Oceania Geosciences society (AOGS) Meeting, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore, 13 to 17 August, 2012. (abstract accepted; withdrawn).

  6. Shen, B.-W., 2012: Integration of the NASA CAMVis and Multiscale Analysis Package (CAMVis-MAP) for Tropical Cyclone Climate Study. Mesoscale Atmospheric Processes Laboratory, Greenbelt, MD., March 5, 2012. (pdf)

2011
  1. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Coupling Advanced Modeling and Visualization to Improve High-Impact Tropical Weather Prediction. AGU 2011 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 05-09, 2011. (presentation at NASA booth) (pdf).

  2. Shen, B.-W., B. Nelson, W.-K. Tao, 2011:  Analyzing the Multi‐scale Interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation with the NASA CMAVis. AGU 2011 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 05-09, 2011. (pdf)

  3. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Predictability of Tropical Cyclone Formation: Butterfly Effect vs. Hierarchical Multiscale Interactions. Central Weather Bureau, Taipei, Taiwan, August 26, 2011.

  4. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Scale Interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation in a Global Mesoscale Model. The 2011 Asia Oceania Geosciences society (AOGS) Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, August 8-12, 2011. (pdf)

  5. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Scale Interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation in a Global Mesoscale Model. Sensitivity Experiments with Cumulus Parameterizations. The 2011 Asia Oceania Geosciences society (AOGS) Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, August 8-12, 2011.

  6. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, B. Nelson, 2011: Recent Development of the NASA CAMVis for Tropical Cyclone Studies. The Earth Science Technology Forum 2011 (ESTF2011). Pasadena, CA., June 21-23, 2011. (pdf)

  7. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Scale Interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation in a Global Mesoscale Model. YOTC International Science Symposium and 8th AMY International Workshop. Beijing, China. 16-19 May 2011. (pdf) or (pdf1)

  8. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Forecasts of Tropical Cyclones with the NASA Coupled Advanced multi-scale Modeling and concurrent Visualization Systems (CAMVis). Taiwan Typhoon and Flood Research Institute. March 16, 2011.

  9. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Scale Interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation in a Global Mesoscale Model. National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan, March 15, 2011.

  10. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Genesis of Twin Tropical Cyclones Simulated by a Global Mesoscale Model: the Role of Mixed Rossby Gravity Wave. Central Weather Bureau, Taipei, Taiwan,March 14, 2011.

  11. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Numerical Weather Predictions and Supercomputing. National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHC), Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, March 9, 2011.

  12. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Scale Interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation in a Global Mesoscale Model. National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, March 7, 2011.

  13. Shen, B.-W., 2011: Recent Advances in Global Hurricane Modeling. Weather Risk at the Grand Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan, February 25, 2011.

 
2010
  1. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, C. Henze, 2010: Coupling NASA Advanced Multi-Scale Modeling and Concurrent Visualization Systems for Improving Predictions of Tropical High-Impact Weather (CAMVis). AGU 2010 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 13-17, 2010.

  2. Shen, B.-W., 2010: Current Status of Project CAMVis. NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA, December 17, 2010.

  3. Shen, B.-W., 2010: Recent Advances in Global Hurricane Modeling after Katrina. National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan, December 7, 2010.

  4. Shen, B.-W., 2010: Scale interactions of Tropical Waves and Tropical Cyclone Formation. National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 6, 2010.

  5. Shen, B.-W., 2010: African easterly waves in 30-day high-resolution global simulations: A case study during the 2006 NAMMA period. Central Weather Bureau, Taipei, Taiwan, December 6, 2010.

  6. Shen, B.-W., 2010: Recent Advances in Global Hurricane Modeling after Katrina. Supercomputing Conference 2010 (SC10). New Orleans, Louisiana, November 15-18, 2010. (selected as one of top 4 project demonstrations among aeronautics, exploration, science, and space operations missions at NASA). featured in NASA News release entitled Supercomputing Conference Highlights NASA Earth, Space Missions. A related story is entitled "Getting to the Heart of the Storm."

  7. Shen, B.-W., 2010: Global Mesoscale Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: Application to High-impact Tropical Weather Forecasts. Shanghai Typhoon Institute, Shanghai, July 1, 2010.

  8. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, R. Atlas, Y.-L. Lin, C.-D. Peters-Lidard, J.-D. Chern, K.-S. Kuo, 2010: Application of a Global Mesoscale Model for Predicting the Formation of Twin Tropical Cyclones associated with a Madden-Julian Oscillation. Proceedings of the Joint 2010 CWB Weather Analysis- Forecasting and COAA 5th International Ocean-Atmosphere Conference, p78-86. Taipei, Taiwan, June 28-30, 2010

  9. Shen, B.-W. et al., 2009: African Easterly Waves in 30-day High-resolution Global Simulations. A Case Study during the 2006 NAMMA period. Proceedings of the Joint 2010 CWB Weather Analysis- Forecasting and COAA 5th International Ocean-Atmosphere Conference, p87-86. Taipei, Taiwan, June 28-30, 2010

  10. Shen, B.-W., 2010: Global Multiscale Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: Multiscale Simulations of Tropical Cyclogenesis associated with an MJO or AEW. National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan, June 24, 2010.

  11. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, J. Chern, J.-L. F. Li, 2010: Extended-range Predictions of Madden-Julian Oscillations with a Global Multiscale Modeling System: Preliminary Results with Three Events during 2008-2009. Workshop on Modelling Monsoon Intraseasonal Variability. Busan, Republic of Korea, 15-18 June 2010 (abstract).

  12. Shen, B.-W., B. Green, W.-K. Tao, C. Henze, S. Cheung, J.-L. F. Li, and P. Mehrotra, 2010: Coupling NASA Advanced Multi-Scale Modeling and Concurrent Visualization Systems for Improving Predictions of Tropical High-Impact Weather (CAMVis). The Earth Science Technology Forum 2010 (ESTF2010). Arlington, Virginia, June 22-24, 2010.

  13. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, W. K. Lau, J. Chern, J.-L. F. Li, B. Green, R. Atlas, 2010: Global Multiscale Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: Mutiscale Simulations of Tropical Cyclogenesis associated with an MJO or AEW. Eos Trans. AGU, 91(26), West. Pac. Geophys. Meet. Suppl., Abstract A21E-04. AGU 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, June 22-25, 2010.

  14. Li, J.-L. F, D. E. Waliser, J. Chern, B.-W. Shen, W.-T. A. Chen, J. Teixeira, W.-K. Tao, T. L. Kubar, 2010: Cloud Vertical Structure in the simulations with Conventional GCMs and a Multi-scale Modeling Framework GCM, Global Analyses and CloudSat observations. AGU 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, June 22-25, 2010.

  15. Green, B., C. Henze, B.-W. Shen, 2010: Development of a scalable concurrent visualization approach for high temporal- and spatial-resolution models. Eos Trans. AGU, 91(26), West. Pac. Geophys. Meet. Suppl., Abstract A23B-142. AGU 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, June 22-25, 2010. Highlighted by NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Division, NASA Ames Research Center.

  16. Chern, J.-D., W.-K. Tao, B.-W. Shen, T. Matsui, J.-L. F Li, D. E Waliser, 2010: Evaluations of the Global and Regional Energy and Water Cycles in a Multiscale Modeling Framework System. AGU 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, June 22-25, 2010.

  17. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, W. K. Lau, R. Atlas, 2009: Predicting Tropical Cyclogenesis with a Global Mesoscale Model: Hierarchical Multiscale Interactions During the Formation of Tropical Cyclone Nargis (2008). AGU 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, June 22-25, 2010. (submitted)

  18. Shen, B.-W., S.-J. Lin, J.-L. Lee, M. Satoh, and R. Atlas, 2010: "High-resolution Global and Regional Modeling and Simulations of High-impact Weather and Climate", AGU 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, June 22-25, 2010. (session proposal; accepted)

  19. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, B. Green, C. Henze, P. Mehrotra, J.-L. F. Li, 2010: High-impact Tropical Weather Prediction with the NASA Coupled Advanced multi-scale Modeling and concurrent Visualization Systems (CAMVis). The NASA ESTO AIST 2010 Workshop: Decadal Survey Era Capabilities and Technology Roadmap, Cocoa Beach, FL, February 8-11 2010.

  20. Shen, B.-W., and K.-S. Kuo, 2010: Twin Tropical Cyclones associated with Madden-Julian Oscillation in the Indian Ocean, Journal of Earth Science Phenomena, 2010, 13.

  21. Shen, B.-W., 2010: Global Mesoscale Modeling and Supercomputing at NASA: Hierarchical Multiscale Interactions during the Formation of Tropical Cyclone Nargis (2008). National Central University, Chung-Li, January 5, 2010.

2009

  1. Shen, B.-W., 2009: Application of a NASA Global Mesoscale Model to Study Tropical Cyclogenesis associated with an MJO or AEW. National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, December 22, 2009.

  2. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, et al 2009: Global Multiscale Modeling on NASA Supercomputers: Extended-Range Simulations of Madden-Julian Oscillations and African Easterly Waves. Fifth International Ocean-Atmosphere Conference (COAA2010), Taipei, Taiwan, June 28-30, 2010. (an abstract submitted)

  3. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, 2009: Application of a Global Mesoscale Model to Study Hierarchical Multiscale Interactions during the Tropical Cyclogenesis associated with African Easterly Waves in 2006. AGU 2009 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 14-18, 2009.

  4. Shen, B.-W., 2009: Extending the Lead Time of Tropical Cyclogenesis Prediction with a Global Mesoscale Model. Supercomputing Conference 2009, Portland, Oregon, November 14-20, 2009. Selected as one of NASA top project demonstrations at SC09.

  5. Shen, B.-W., 2009: Global Mesoscale Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: Hierarchical Multi-scale Interactions during Tropical Cyclogenesis associated with an MJO or AEW. M Square Office Building of UMCP/ESSIC, November 9, 2009. (invited)

  6. Shen, B.- W., 2009c: In Support of Hurricane Forecasting Research at CWB in Taiwan. Want Daily. October, 7, 2009. (in Chinese).

  7. Shen, B.- W., 2009b: Supercomputer and Typhoon Prediction. Want Daily. September 8, 2009. (in Chinese).

  8. Shen, B.-W., 2009a: Current Challenges of Hurricane Intensity Predictions in Taiwan. Want daily forum and China Times. August 14, 2009. (in Chinese).

  9. Shen, B.-W., 2009: Global Mesoscale Modeling with NASA Supercomputing Technology: Hierarchical Multi-scale Interactions during Tropical Cyclogenesis associated with an MJO or AEW. NOAA/AOML/HRD (Hurricane Research Division), August 17-21, 2009. (invited)

  10. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, 2009: Global Multiscale Modeling on NASA Supercomputers: Extended-Range Simulations of MJOs and AEWs. 7th CMMAP Bi-annual team meeting, Fort Collins, CO, July 27-30, 2009.

  11. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, W. K. Lau, R. Atlas, 2009: Hierarchical Multi-scale Interactions during Tropical Cyclone Formation associated with an MJO or AEW. 7th CMMAP Bi-annual team meeting, Fort Collins, CO, July 27-30, 2009.

  12. Chern, J., W.-K. Tao, T. Matsui, and B.-W. Shen, 2009: Evaluating Goddard Multi-scale MOdeling Framework Through the TRMM Triple-Sensor Three-Step Evaluation Framework (T3EF). 7th CMMAP Bi-annual team meeting, Fort Collins, CO, July 27-30, 2009.

  13. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, 2009: Global Multiscale Modeling on NASA Supercomputers: Extended-Range Simulations of MJOs and AEWs. The EarthCARE Workshop 2009, Kyoto, Japan, June 10-12, 2009.

  14. Shen, B.-W., 2009: Global Multi-scale Modeling on NASA Supercomputers: Application to Hurricane Forecasts. The first meeting of AIST Project CAMVis. NASA/ARC/NAS, Moffett Field, CA, May 11, 2009.

  15. Shen, B.-W., 2009: Global Mesoscale Modeling on NASA Supercomputers: Preliminary Multi-scale Simulations of Tropical Cyclogenesis associated with an Madden-Julian Oscillation. Central Weather Bureau, Taipei, Taiwan, March, 6, 2009.

  16. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, J.-D. Chern, and R. Atlas, 2009: Scalability Improvements in the NASA Goddard Multiscale Multicomponent Modeling Framework for Tropical Cyclone Climate Studies. International Conference for High-Performance Computing in ASIA-Pacific Region 2009. Proceedings, p249-256. Kaohsiung, Taiwan, March 2-5, 2009.

  17. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, and R. Atlas, 2009: Hurricane Forecasts with the Global Mesoscale model on NASA Supercomputers.International Conference for High-Performance Computing in ASIA-Pacific Region 2009. Proceedings, p649-650. Kaohsiung, Taiwan, March 2-5, 2009.

  18. Shen, B.-W., 2009: Global Mesoscale Modeling on NASA Supercomputers: Preliminary Multi-scale Simulations of Tropical Cyclogenesis associated with an Madden-Julian Oscillation. National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan, February, 27, 2009.

  19. Shen, B.-W., 2009: Experiences with Global Mesoscale Modeling: Preliminary Multi-scale Simulations of Tropical Cyclogenesis and Madden-Julian Oscillations. A talk presented at the branch meeting (code 613.1), February 5, 2009.

  20. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, R. Atlas et al., 2009: Hurricane Forecasts with a Global Mesoscale Model on the NASA Columbia Supercomputer. The 2nd SED (Science and Exploration Directorate) Poster Party Blowout, January 21, 2009, Greenbelt, MD (hosted by the deputy director's council on Science, DDCS). the second place in the most readable poster category among over 150 posters from Earth sciences to astrophysics.

  21. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, J.-D. Chern, C. D. Peters-Lidard, J.-L. Li, 2009: Extended-Range Predictions of Madden-Julian Oscillations with the Goddard Multi-scale Modeling System. 21st Conference on Climate Variability and Change. The 89th AMS Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, January 11-16, 2009.

2008

  1. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, R. Atlas, 2008: Predicting Tropical Cyclogenesis with a Global Mesoscale Model: Preliminary Results with Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Nargis (2008). AGU 2008 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 15-19, 2008.

  2. J Li F., J Teixeira, D Waliser, C Woods, J Chern, B.-W. Shen, J Bacmeister, A Tompkins, W Tao, M Koehler, 2008: Comparisons of Cloud Structure from Satellite Estimates to ECMWF and GMAO Analyses, 20th Century IPCC AR4 Climate Simulations, and GCM Simulations. AGU 2008 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 15-19, 2008.

  3. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, 2008: High-Impact Tropical Weather Prediction with the NASA Multi-scale Modeling System. International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC08). Austin, Texas, November 15-21, 2008.Selected as one of NASA top three project demonstrations at SC008.

  4. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, and R. Atlas, 2008: Hurricane Forecasts with the Global Mesoscale model on NASA Supercomputers. International Conference for High Performance Computing,, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC08). Austin, Texas, November 15 21, 2008.

  5. Shen, B.-W, 2008: Tropical Cyclogenesis Simulated with a Global Mesoscale Model on NASA Supercomputers: Very Severe Tropical Cyclonic Storm Nargis (2008). National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, October 16, 2008. (an invited talk)

  6. Shen, B.-W, 2008: Global Mesoscale Modeling, Concurrent Visualizations, and Supercomputing Systems: Application to High-impact Tropical Weather Predictions. National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan, October 14, 2008. (an invited talk)

  7. Shen, B.-W, 2008: Global Mesoscale Modeling on the NASA Columbia Supercomputer: Application to Hurricane Forecasts. Central Weather Bureau, Taipei, Taiwan, October 13, 2008. (an invited talk)

  8. Shen, B.-W, 2008: Global Mesoscale Modeling, Concurrent Visualizations, and Supercomputing Systems: Application to Hurricane Forecasts. National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, October 7, 2008. (an invited talk)

  9. Shen, B.-W. and W.-K. Tao, 2008: Tropical Cyclogenesis Revealed in Global Mesoscale Simulations: Very Severe Cyclonic System Nargis (2008). CMMAP Team Meeting, Fort Collins, Colorado, July 29-31, 2008.

  10. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, J.-D. Chern, C. D. Peters-Lidard, and J.-L. Li, 2008: Extended-Range Predictions of Madden-Julian Oscillations with the Goddard Multi-scale Modeling System. CMMAP Team Meeting, Fort Collins, Colorado, July 29-31, 2008.

  11. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, J.-D. Chern, et al., 2008: A study on the Comparisons of Goddard MMF Simulations with SP-CAM and Satellite Data. CMMAP Team Meeting, Fort Collins, Colorado, July 29-31, 2008.

  12. Peters-Lidard, C., W.-K. Tao, J. Santanello, S. Kumar, B.-W. Shen, C. Alonge, J.-D. Chern, 2008: Land-Atmosphere Coupling at Local, Regional and Global Scales. AGU Meeting 2008 Joint Assembly, Fort Lauderdale, FL, May 27-30, 2008.

  13. Shen, B.-W, W.-K. Tao, Roger Shi et al., 2008: Using a Multiscale Modeling Approach to Simulate and Forecast hurricanes. Hurricane Forecast Improvement Project (HFIP) Workshop, Miami, March 11-12, 2008.

2007

  1. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, R. Atlas, 2007: Hurricane Modeling and Supercomputing: Can a global mesoscale model be useful in improving forecasts of tropical cyclogenesis? AGU 2007 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 10-14, 2007.

  2. Shen, B.-W., 2007: Global Mesoscale Modeling on the NASA Columbia Supercomputer: Application to Hurricane Forecasts. ESSIC, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. December 3, 2007.

  3. Chern, J.-D., W.-K. Tao, B.-W. Shen et al., 2007: Evaluations and Improvements of Goddard Multi-scale Modeling Framework using high-resolution NASA Satellites. International Workshop on Computational Hydrometeorology and Prof. H. L. Kuo's Memorial Symposium. National Center of High-performance Computing, Hsin-chu, Taiwan, October 15-17, 2007.

  4. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao et al., 2007: Global Mesoscale Modeling on the NASA Columbia Supercomputer: Application to Weather and Hurricane Forecasts. International Workshop on Computational Hydrometeorology and Prof. H. L. Kuo's Memorial Symposium. National Center of High-performance Computing, Hsin-chu, Taiwan, October 15-17, 2007.

  5. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, C.-D. Peters-Lidard, J.-D. Chern, R. Atlas, Y.-L. Lin, R. Reale, , K.-S. Kuo, 2007: Global Mesoscale Modeling on the NASA Columbia Supercomputer: Modulation of Tropical Cyclogenesis by the MJO in May 2002. 3rd Annual NEWS PI Meeting, Huntsville, AL, September 19-21, 2007.

  6. Tao, W.-K., J.-D. Chern, C.-D. Peters-Lidard, B.-W. Shen, R. Atlas, S. Lang, J. Luo, G. Stephens, 2007: Evaluation and Improvements of Cloud Model Dynamics and Microphysics in Multi-Scale Modeling System. 3rd Annual NEWS PI Meeting, Huntsville, AL, September 19-21, 2007.

  7. Chern, J.-D., W.-K. Tao, B.-W. Shen, R. Atlas, S. Lang, Z. J. Lu, and G. Stephens, 2007: Evaluation and Improvements of Cloud Model Dynamics and Microphysics in Multi-Scale Modeling System. 3rd Annual NEWS PI Meeting, Huntsville, AL, September 19-21, 2007.

  8. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, R. Atlas, Y.-L. Lin, R. Reale, J.-D. Chern, C.-D. Peters-Lidard, K.-S. Kuo, 2007: Forecasts of Tropical Cyclogenesis with a Global Mesoscale Model: Modulation of Six Tropical Cyclones by the MJO in May 2002. CMMAP Team Meeting, Fort Collins, Colorado, August 7-9, 2007.

  9. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, R. Atlas, 2007: Simulations of Multiple Tropical Cyclones with a Global Mesoscale Model: A Preliminary Study on the NASA Columbia Supercomputer. "Research Activities in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modeling" (edited by J. Cote), Report 37, CAS/JSC Working Group on Numerical Experimentation (WGNE) WMO/TD-No. 1397, 6.7-6.8.

  10. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, J.-D. Chern, 2007: Improvements in the Scalability of the NASA Goddard Multiscale Multicomponent Modeling Framework for Hurricane Climate Studies. "Research Activities in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modeling" (edited by J. Cote), Report 37, CAS/JSC Working Group on Numerical Experimentation (WGNE) WMO/TD-No. 1397, 3.17-3.18.

  11. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, R. Atlas, J.-D. Chern, S.-J. Lin, 2007: Multiscale Simulations of a Mei-Yu Front Accompanied by a Drifting Mesocyclone with a General Mesoscale Model. CMMAP Team Meeting, Kauai, Hawaii, February 20-22, 2007. (pdf)

2004-2006

  1. Shen, B.-W., 2006: Hurricane Research. In the section "Highlights of Laboratory Activities in 2006" of the annual report "Laboratory for Atmospheres 2006 Technical Highlights", NASA/GSFC.

  2. Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, R. Atlas, T. Lee, O. Reale, J.-D. Chern, S.-J. Lin, J. Chang, C. Henze, J.-L. Li, 2006: Hurricane Forecasts with a Global Mesoscale-resolving Model on the NASA Columbia Supercomputer, AGU 2006 Fall Meeting, December 11-16, 2006.(PowerPoint file, 9.3 MB)

  3. Shi, J. J., Tao, W., Ardizzone, J., and Shen, B., 2006: Impact of GEOS-5 Data on Hurricane Forecasts Using WRF. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2006, abstract #A13E-0987. (abstract)

  4. Tao, W.-K., A. Hou, W. Lau, J.-D. Chern, S. Lang, B.-W. Shen, C. Peters-Lidard, R. Shi, X. Li, X. Zeng, S. Kumar, C.-L. Shie, 2006: Applications, Evaluation, and Important of Multi-Scale Modeling Systems. High-End Computing at NASA, 40-41. (Editors: T. Lee, R. Biswas, and W. Webster).

  5. Shen, B.-W., R. Atlas, W.-K. Tao, T. Lee, O. Reale, J.-D. Chern, S.-J. Lin, J. Chang, C. Henze, J.-L. Li, 2006: Experimental High-Resolution Weather/Hurricane Predictions with the NASA fvGCM. High-End Computing at NASA, 48-49

  6. Chern, J.-D., W.-K. Tao, C. Peters-Lidard, B.-W. Shen, 2006: Use of a Coupled, Global Cloud-Scale and Land Surface Modeling System to Study the Impact of Land Surface Processes on Energy and Water Cycles. 2nd NEWS PI Meeting, College Park, Maryland, September 26-28, 2006.

  7. Shen, B.-W., R. Atlas, O. Oreale, S.-J Lin, J.-D. Chern, J. Chang, C. Henze, 2006: Hurricane Forecasts with a Global Mesoscale-resolving Model on the NASA Columbia Supercomputer Preliminary Simulations of Hurricane Katrina (2005), AGU 2006 Ocean Meeting. January, 2006.

  8. Atlas, R., B.-W. Shen, O. Reale, S.-J. Lin, T. Lee, 2005: Application of NASA's high-resolution finite-volume General Circulation Model (fvGCM) to hurricane prediction. 5th International Scientific Conference on the Global Energy and Water Cycle, Costa Mesa, California, June 20-24, 2005.

  9. Shen, Bo-Wen, 2004: Hurricane Forecasting with the NASA's high resolution GCM on the NASA's Columbia Supercomputer. International Workshop on Monthly-to-Seasonal Climate Prediction. Taipei, Taiwan. December 13-31, 2004. http://www.geos.ntnu.edu.tw/home/4_scienceaction/b/2004speech/2004speech.htm

  10. Atlas, R., B.-W. Shen, O. Reale, J., W. Putman, J., J.-D. Chern, S.-J. Lin, M. Bosilovich, T. Lee, J. Radakovich, K.-S. Yeh, J. Ardizzone, and D. Bungato, 2004: The NASA finite-volume General Circulation Model: The 2004 hurricane season -- a high-resolution NWP application, The SC2004 High Performance Computing, Networking and Storage Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 6-12, 2004. Selected as one of NASA top four project demonstrations at SC04.

1993-2003

  1. Lin, S.-J., B.-W. Shen, W. P. Putman, J.-D. Chern, 2003: Application of the high-resolution finite-volume NASA/NCAR Climate Model for Medium-Range Weather Prediction Experiments. EGS - AGU - EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France, 6 - 11 April 2003. (Abstract)

  2. Radakovich, J. D., G. Wang, J.-D. Chern, M. G. Bosilovich, S.-J. Lin, S. Nebuda, and B.-W. Shen, 2003: Implementation of the NCAR Community Land Model (CLM) in the NASA/NCAR finite-volume Global Climate Model (fvGCM). 14th Symposium on Global Change and Climate Variations.

  3. Chang, Y., S. D. Schubert, S.-J. Lin, S. Nebuda, B.-W. Shen, 2001: The climate of the FVCCM-3 Model. Technical Report Series on Global modeling and Data Assimilation, vol 20, p. 127.

  4. Lin, S.-J., S. Nebuda, B.-W. Shen, J.-D. Chern, W. Sawyer, and A. DaSilva, 2001: DAO's suggestions to the software design of CAM. (informal technical note). March 16, 2001. (available upon request)

  5. Lin, Y.-L. , S. Chiao, T.-A. Wang, B.-W. Shen, G. Lai, and M. L. Kaplan, 2000: Heavy orographic rain induced by a tropical depression over Taiwan. International Conference on MCSs and Heavy Rain in East Asia, 24 26 April, 2000, Seoul, Korea.

  6. Lin, Y.-L. , S. Chiao, T.-A. Wang, B.-W. Shen, G. Lai, C.-P. Pu, and C.-W. Lee, 2000: Interaction of a tropical depression with Taiwan topography and its impacts on producing heavy orographic rainfall. Ninth Conference on Mountain Meteorology, 7-11 August 2000, Aspen, Colorado.

  7. Shen, B.-W., and Y.-L. Lin, 1999: Nongeostrophic Baroclinic Instability in a Three-Layer Atmosphere. Its Role on Mesoscale Wave Ducting. Reprints, 8th Conference on Mesoscale Processes, Amer. Meteor. Soc.

  8. Shen, B.- W., and Y.-L. Lin, 1998: Effects of Critical Levels on Two-Dimensional Backsheared Flow over a Mountain Ridge on an f-plane. Part II: Inertia Critical Layer Instability. Reprints, 8th Conference on Mountain Meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 105-112.

  9. Shen, B.- W., and Y.-L. Lin, 1997: Effects of Critical Levels on Two-Dimensional Backsheared Flow over an Isolated Mountain Ridge on an f-plane. Reprints, 11th Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic Dynamics, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 199-203.

  10. Shen, B.-W., P. Fuh, and S. G. Wu, 1994: Development of Meteorological Information Service System --- The Second Generation of Current Weather Answering System. Weather Forecasting and Analysis. 140, Taipei, Taiwan (in Chinese), 24-48.

  11. Shen, B.-W., 1994: Development of the Meteorological Information Service System at the Air Force Weather Wing Center, Air Force Weather Wing., Taipei, Taiwan (in Chinese), p. 31. (pdf)

  12. Shen, B. -W., and P. Fuh, 1993: Meteorological Automatic Operation Improvement Project Part II: Transferring the Computer Meteorological Products. Weather Forecasting and Analysis. 138, Taipei, Taiwan (in Chinese), 15-26.

  13. Shen, B.- W., and M. T., Lu, 1993: The Application of Fourier Transform in Atmospheric Sciences, Weather Forecasting and Analysis. 136, Taipei, Taiwan (in Chinese), 25-43.