Qi Hu received his MS and Ph.D. degree in Atmospheric Science from Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA, in 1986 and 1992, respectively. From 1993-94 he worked as a post-doc fellow at the State University of New York-Albany and from 1994-95 as a researcher at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories in Richland, WA, focusing on atmospheric convection and parameterization of convection effects in numerical models. He jointed the faculty of the Department of Soil and Atmospheric Sciences of University of Missouri-Columbia in 1995, extending his research interest to climate change and variability. He jointed the School of Natural Resources and Department of Geosciences at University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1999, and has been an Associate Professor since 2003. His broad interest and achievements in research have earned him university award for excellence in research in 2002. A couple of his research papers were selected in Article of the Month and Advances in Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. His teaches a range of courses, including Global Climate Change, Physical Climatology, and General Circulation of the Atmosphere.
Biography Updated on 28 December 2008