I joined the group in August 2018. My research interests include numerical modeling and satellite meteorology. During my master’s study at the University of Tokyo, I studied mechanisms of disturbances developed on the Baiu frontal zone using a regional weather forecast model. I also have work experience in satellite data assimilation at an operational weather prediction center. I am currently working on an evaluation of microphysical parameterization schemes using A-train data.
M.S., Earth and Planetary Science, University of Tokyo – Tokyo, Japan, 2011
B.S., Earth and Planetary Physics, University of Tokyo – Tokyo, Japan, 2009
Murakami, Y., and M.Kazumori, 2018. Inter-comparison of GCOM-W/AMSR2 cloud liquid water products and its long-term variation. Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU) 2018 Meeting, Chiba, Japan. (Oral)
Murakami, Y., and M.Kazumori, 2018. Inter-comparison of GCOM-W/AMSR2 cloud liquid water products. 15th Specialist Meeting on Microwave Radiometry and Remote Sensing of the Environment (MicroRad 2018), Cambridge, MA. (Oral)
Murakami, Y., and M.Kazumori, 2017. Assimilating clear-sky radiance of SSMIS humidity sounding channels in the JMA global NWP system with newly developed cloud detection algorithm. 21st International TOVS Study Conference (ITSC-21), Darmstadt, Germany (Poster)Last Updated: 04/19