Academican Zeng Qingcun Won Top Meteorological Award
Zeng Qingcun, an academican of Chinese Academy of Sciences, was awarded the International Meteorological Organization (IMO) Prize on 22 June during the 68th annual meeting of Executive Council of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) held 15-24 June, 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Zeng Qingcun, an academican of Chinese Academy of Sciences, was awarded the International Meteorological Organization (IMO) Prize on 22 June during the 68th annual meeting of Executive Council of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) held 15-24 June, 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland.

IMO Prize is a world’s top prize in the field of meteorology and hydrology which is awarded annually by WMO to most prestigious scientists all over the world. Zeng won this award for his outstanding scientific achievements and contributions to numerical weather prediction, meteorological disaster prevention, remote sensing theory in satellite meteorology, as well as the earth system modeling. Many his pioneering researches and findings are still widely applied to theoretical and practical studies in meteorology and geophysical fluid dynamics.

In 2012, Zeng first proposed the establishment of the Key Laboratory of Regional Numerical Weather Prediction of Guangdong. He was also kindly accepted to chair the lab’s Science Advisory Board. He has been actively being involved in many scientific activities in the lab recent years.

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