Faculty and Staff
WANG Faming
Title: Senior Research Scientist
Research Field: Ocean & Climate Dynamics
Department: Key Laboratory of Ocean Circulation and Waves
Tel/Fax: +86-532-82898933

2005— Research Scientist,Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2003-2005, Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Geophysics, University of Texas at Austin
1997-1998, Research Assistant, First Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China


Ph.D. 2003, Texas A&M University
M.S., 1997, First Institute of Oceanography, SOA
B.S., 1994, Shandong University

Professional Memberships
Adjunct Professor of Oceanography, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences 


Research Interests
Multi-scale air-sea interaction, climate variability and predictability


Academic Achievements
Identified the subtropical dipole modes in Southern Hemisphere; Found the direct evidence of inverse energy cascade in ocean eddies.


Honors and Awards
“One Hundred Talents Program of CAS”, “Outstanding Young Scholar of Shandong”


Selected Publications
Zheng, J., and F. Wang, 2021. Atmospheric response to the South Pacific subtropical dipole. Climate Dynamics, 56, 1753-1765.
Zheng, J., F. Wang, M.A., Alexander, and M. Wang, 2018, Impact of South Pacific subtropical dipole mode on the equatorial Pacific. Journal of Climate, 31,2197-2216.
Wang, F., 2010. Thermodynamic coupled modes in the tropical atmosphere-ocean: An analytical solution. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 67, 1667-1677.
Scott, R. and F. Wang, 2005. Direct evidence of an oceanic inverse kinetic energy cascade from satellite atlimetry. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 35, 1650-1666.