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Keiya Yumimoto Last modified date:2018.06.14



Graduate School


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Homepage
https://www.riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp/taikai/index_e.html
Lab. HP .
Academic Degree
Ph.D.
Field of Specialization
Environmental meteorology, Data assimilation
ORCID(Open Researcher and Contributor ID)
0000-0002-3465-0613
Outline Activities
Research of air pollutions (aerosols and gases) with
1. 3-dimensional numerical simulation
2. ground- and space-based observations
3. data assimilation techniques
Research
Research Interests
  • Application of data assimilation methods to chemical transport model
    keyword : data assimilation, aerosol, chemical transport model, satellite observation
    2017.01~2020.03.
  • Development of global aerosol reanalysis product
    keyword : reanalysis, aerosol, chemical transport model, data assimilation, satellite observation
    2017.01~2020.03.
  • Inverse modeling of air pollution emissions
    keyword : inverse modeling, emission inventory, chemical transport model
    2017.01~2019.03.
  • Study for the outbreak of Asian dust in desert regions
    keyword : Asian dust
    2017.01~2020.05.
Academic Activities
Works, Software and Database
1. The Japanese Reanalysis for Aerosol (JRAero) is a global aerosol reanalysis product construnted by the Meteorological Research Institute (MRI) of the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) and the Research Institute for Applied Mechanics (RIAM) of Kyushu University (KU).
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Presentations
1. Yunmimoto K., Aerosol Data Assimilation with Lidar Observations (invited), 28th International Laser Radar Conference, 2017.06, Data assimilation is a technique to fuse numerical model and observations (1) to obtain the more accurate state for forecasts (initial value problem), (2) to optimize parameters (e.g., emissions) (inversion), (3) to generate a uniform, continuous, and best-estimated data product (reanalysis), and (4) to investigate the potential impact of observing system. In this presentation, we will introduce studies about aerosol data assimilation with both ground-based and space-borne lidar observations..
2. Yumimoto K., Operational and Research Activities for Asian Dust at Japan Meteorological Agency (keynote), Third Seminar of JSPS Core-to-Core Program - Collaborative Research between Mongolia, China and Japan on Outbreaks of Asian Dust and Environmental Regime Shift, 2016.08.
3. Yumimoto K., Development of a Forecasting and Data Assimilation System for Asian Dust in the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) (invited), AGU Fall Meeting, 2015.12.
4. Yumimoto, K. and Uno I., Inverse modeling of long-term CO emission in China with Green's function method and forward sensitivity (invited), nternational Workshop on Inventory, Modeling and Climate Impacts of Greenhouse Gas emissions (GHG's) and Aerosols in Asian Region, 2013.06.
5. Yumimoto, K. and Uno I., Recent Inverse Estimate of Chinese CO emission with Forward Sensitivity and Green's Function Method (invited), 3rd International Workshop on Emission Inventory in Asia, 2012.02.
6. Yumimoto, K., Uno, I., Eguchi, K., Takemura, T., Liu, Z., Shimizu, A., and Sugimoto, N, Elevated Large-Scale Dust Veil Originated in the Taklimakan Desert: Intercontinental transport and 3-dimensional structure captured by CALIPSO and regional and global models (invited), nternational Symposium on Atmospheric Light Scattering and Remote Sensing, 2009.07.
7. Yumimoto, K., Uno, I., Assimilation of CALIPSO and ground-based lidar data into the regional models (invited), 3rd International Workshop on Mineral Dust, 2008.09.
Membership in Academic Society
  • American Geophysical Union
  • Japan Geoscience Union
  • Japan Association of Aerosol Science and Technology
  • Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment
  • The Meteorological Society of Japan
Awards
  • Outstanding Paper Award, Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment (coauthor), 2017.
  • Creative Work Award for Young Scientists, Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment, 2015.
  • Outstanding Paper Award, Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment (coauthor), 2014.
  • Outstanding Paper Award, Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment (lead author), 2013.
  • Yamamoto-Shono Award for Outstanding Papers, Meteorological Society of Japan, 2010.
  • Outstanding Paper Award, Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment (coauthor), 2010.
Educational
Educational Activities
Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Science, Earth System Science and Technology, Atmospheric Environment Modeling