Welcome to the official webpage of the Climate Extremes Modeling (CEM) Group at Stony Brook University! Located in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, the CEM group focuses on investigating how extreme events, such a tropical cyclones, may be altered in a changing climate. This includes understanding the capability of current and next-generation climate models to simulate extreme weather events. The group also develops simplified, reduced complexity modeling frameworks to study extremes in a global context.
Congratulations to Xiaoning Wu who received the IACS 2019 Junior Researcher Award this academic year. More info can be found here: https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/iacs/news/2019/2019_JrResearcherAward.php
Levi Silvers joined the CEM Group as a Research Scientist in September 2019! Dr. Silvers' current research focuses on the mechanisms by which clouds and the large-scale circulation interact and how the results can influence the climate. He earned his Ph.D. from...