I'm an atmospheric environment researcher at the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences of Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University. With a background in atmospheric science, I'm particularly interested in air quality studies.
My research expertise lies in the development and utilization of 3-dimensional atmospheric chemical transport models to investigate a wide range of scientific questions. My previous research primarily focused on studying the sources, transport, and physio-chemical processes of air pollutants. Currently, I'm in the process of establishing my research group and working on the development of a numerical pollen modeling system in China.
I also have a keen interest in computational data science. I love coding and try to apply statistical tools (including machine learning) to my environmental science research.
If you are interested in potential research collaborations, pursuing postgraduate studies, or seeking an undergraduate internship with me, please do not hesitate to reach out. You can contact me at Qing.Mu@xjtlu.edu.cn.
I can probably take in one fully-funded Ph.D. student starting in September 2024. The project is about developing the numerical pollen forecast system in China using an atmospheric chemical transport model. Ideally, the student would have a strong background in computational sciences.
Self-funded PhD student is always welcome and we can discuss the project together.
- Numerical simulation of bioaerosols, i.e. pollen.
- Air quality model development.
- Study the sources, transport, and physio-chemical processes of air pollutants.
- Machine learning and other statistical tools on environmental sciences.
For publications, please refer to my Google Scholar page: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=3DyL4A0AAAAJ&hl=zh-CN