NInstitute of Oceanology,Chinese Academy of Sciences


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Name:(姓名):WANG Kai
Title:(职称):Research Professor
Research Field:(研究领域):Physical Oceanography

2008 – present, Professor, Key Lab. of Ocean Circulation and Wave Studies, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2003 – 08, Duty Professor(candidate), Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2002 – 03, Visiting scholar, Department of Physical Oceanography, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, USA.
1999 – 03, Associate Professor, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1996 – 98, Postdoctor, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Ph.D., 1996, Ocean University of Qingdao, Qingdao, China.
M.S., 1992, Southeast University, Nanjing, China.
B.S. , 1989, Southeast University, Nanjing, China.

Professional Memberships:(组织任职)

Research Interests:(研究方向)
Theory and numerical modeling, including tidal current, tidal residual circulation, cross-shelf transport, circulation driven by tidal mixing and other dynamics, Coastal circulation, Instability of continental shelf break front.

Honors and Awards:(获得荣誉、获奖情况)
2007, the First Prize in Science and Technology Progress Award of National Defense.
2003, Mary Sears Visitor Porgram, WHOI, USA.
2000, the Third Prize in Science and Technology Progress Award of Shandong Province.

Selected Publications:(发表论文、专利、出版书籍等):
1. Zhang Yanhua, Wang Kai, Qi Jifeng. 2017, Topographic slope influences on the stability of shelf break fronts in the Kuroshio of the East China Sea. Marine Sciences, 41(7):120-128(in Chinese with English abstract)
2. Chen Bin, Wang Kai, Liu Jian, Gao Fei. 2016, The Impact of Super Typhoon Saomei(0608) on the Offshore Environment near the Yangtze River. Earth Science, 41(8):1402-1412(in Chinese with English abstract)
3. Wang Kai, Lu Xinhui and Shi Xinhui, 2011, A three-dimensional sediment transport model in the offshore area near the Changjiang Estuary—a case study. Oceano. et Limno. Sinica, 42(6):884-891(in Chinese with English abstract).
4. Chen Bin, Zhou Liangyong, Liu Jian, Wang Kai. 2011, The relationship between the suspended sediment movement and tidal current dynamic characteristic in Old Yellow River Delta. Marine Sciences, 35(5):73-81(in Chinese with English abstract)
5. Wang Kai, Liu Mimi and Shi Xinhui, 2009, A three-dimensional hydrodynamic simulation in the offshore near the Changjiang Estuary. Studia Marina Sinica, 49:19-28(in Chinese with English abstract).
6. Wang Kai, Ye Dong. 2007, Quasi-harmonic analysis on one-day series current data at three anchored stations in the East China Sea. Marine Sciences, 31(8):18-25(in Chinese with English abstract).
7. Wang Kai, Zhan Quanan Shi Xinhui. 2007, Numerical study of the non-rotational gravity plumes on the slop. Marine Sciences, 31(7):55-62(in Chinese with English abstract).
8. Wang Kai, Li Guo-sheng, Fang Guohong et al., 2003, Researches on dynamics model and numerical simulation of the large-scale estuarine shoreline evolution: (II) numecical modeling and a case study. Geographical Research, 22(2):140-150(in Chinese).
9. Wang Kai, Fang Guohong and Shi Xinhui, 2001, Numerical study on the formation of South China Sea Warm Current, II. Baroclinic case. Chin. J. Oceanol. Limnol., 19(4):306-311.
10. Wang Kai, Feng Shizuo and Shi Xinhui, 2001, A 3-D baroclinic model of summer circulation in the Bohai, Yellow and East China Seas. Oceano. et Limno. Sinica, 32(5):551-560(in Chinese with English abstract).
11. Wang Kai and Fang Yue, 2001, Numerical study on the formation of South China Sea Warm Current, I. Barotropic case. Chin. J. Oceanol. Limnol., 19(1):1-9.
12. Wang Kai, Young Jae Ro and Guohong Fang, 2000, Barotropic numerical studies on the driving mechanism of the East Korean Warm Current. Studia Marina Sinica No.42:163-171.
13. Wang Kai, Fang Guohong and Feng Shizuo, 1999, A 3-D numerical simulation of M2 tides and tidal currents in the Bohai, Huanghai and East China Sea. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 21(4):1-13 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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