Research News and Highlights
Project CAMVis (PI: Shen) featured by Dr. Jack A. Kaye (Associate Director at NASA/HQs) at the 66th, 67th, and 68th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conferences in 2012, 2013, and 2014, respectively. (2012)(2013)(2014)
Project CAMVis (PI: Shen) featured as one of three selected projects by Mr. Michael Seablom (program manager of AIST) in the talk entitled "Advanced Information Technology Investments at NASA's Earth Science Technology Office (ESTO)" at the AGU Fall Meeting, December 2012.
Hurricane modeling results were featured by Dr. Rick Anthes in an opening talk entitled "Demons and Butterflies-Beating Predictability Theory" at the annual AMS meeting in Jan. 2012. (ppt) (recorded presentation) (recorded 2)
Research results in a series of papers by Bo-Wen Shen and his colleagues are featured in a recent President's Corner article of UCAR Magazine by Dr. Rick Anthes, which was published on May 6, 2011. This article entitled "Turning the Tables on Chaos: Is the atmosphere more predictable than we assume? (pdf) (In Chinese; 中文)
Project demonstrations on high-resolution global (multiscale) modeling were selected as one of NASA top demonstrations at the supercomputing conferences 2004 2008, 2009 and 2010 (SC04, SC08, SC09, SC10), respectively.
NASA news story (November, 2010): Project demonstration entitled "Recent Advances in Global Hurricane Modeling after Katrina" has been selected as one of NASA top four demos at SC10 and featured in NASA News release entitled Supercomputing Conference Highlights NASA Earth, Space Missions.
NASA news story (July, 2010): Bo-Wen Shen was featured in NASA News entitled Supercomputer Reproduces a Cyclone's Birth, May Boost Forecasting which is derived the study by Shen, Tao, Lau and Atlas 2010 (JGR). This story reported the advance in supercomputing and high-resolution global modeling at NASA. Follow-up stories appeared in MSNBC, PhysOrg.com, National Geographic--Indonesia, ScienceDaily, EurekAlert, Yahoo News, TechNews Daily, Scientific Computing, HPCwire, Asian News International etc.(in Chinese; 中文). It was also translated in Chinese by Science and Technology Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States ( .
UMCP Research Breakthroughs (April 2010): A story entry derived from Shen et al. (2010, JGR) appeared in the April 2010 "Research Breakthroughs," to be disseminated by the Division of Research at the University of Maryland at College Park. (link)
NASA news story (January, 2010): NASA AIST Project CAMVis (PI:Shen) was highlighted by Sciences and Exploration Directorate (600), NASA/GSFC (Jan. 2010) and NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Division, NASA/ARC (Jan. 2010).
Highlights by AGU (2006): High-resolution hurricane modeling research (e.g., Shen et al. , 2006a,b) has been selected as an AGU Journal Highlight. These two articles have been cited by the following (40) articles (as of January 23 2012)
The global mesoscale modeling research has been cited as pioneering work in the Climate Science Weblog.
Featured by NASA/GSFC Laborary for Atmosphere: High-resolution hurricane modeling research was highlighted in the 2006 annual report of Laboratory for Atmospheres at NASA/GSFC or (PDF download).