Siyuan Wang
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Siyuan  Wang

Siyuan Wang

Research Scientist II

Atmospheric Composition Modeling

NOAA Chemical Sciences Laboratory
325 Broadway, R/CSL4
Boulder, CO 80305 USA




Dr. Siyuan Wang uses a variety of modeling tools to study the chemical and physical processes in the atmosphere, as well as the broad impacts on air quality and the climate system. His current research focuses on the plume dynamics and chemical evolution of wildfire smoke, as well as the ocean biogeochemistry control on the atmospheric chemistry (in particular halogen and sulfur chemistry). He is also interested in the application and integration of novel machine learning techniques in Earth system models. He was an NCAR Advanced Study Program (ASP) postdoctoral fellow (2017-2019) and received a J. William Fulbright Junior Research Award in 2012-2013.


PhD  Department of Chemistry  The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Current Topics

  • NOAA CPO ERB/AC4/CVP: Improving the Representation of Aerosols from Wildfires in Air Quality Forecast Systems Leveraging Multiple Satellite Products. PI: Siyuan Wang. Award Number: NOAA-OAR-CPO-2023-2007440. Award Amount: $749,693.
  • NSF/Atmospheric Chemistry Program: Understanding the drivers and air-quality implications of marine gas-phase emissions in urban coastal regions. Co-PI: Siyuan Wang. Award Number: AGS-2155193. Award Amount: $88,421.
  • NOAA/Hurricane Supplemental Program Office: Accelerate Unified Forecast System (UFS) modeling of wildfire smoke impacts, WF-1. PI: Siyuan Wang. Award Number: NA20OAR4600279. Award Amount: $210,808.
  • NOAA/BIL: Innovative instrument development for fire radiative power and model development to improve satellite observations and forecast modeling supported by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), PI: Siyuan Wang. NOAA CFDA No.: 11.405. Award Amount: $1,015,245
Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

last modified: September 22, 2023