Hi! I'm Peidong.
I am a junior at University of Wisconsin-Madison double majoring in Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences and Applied Mathematics with a certificate in Computer Sciences.
My favorite place is Antarctica, since I like cold weather. So I came to University of Wisconsin-Madison, since it was the coolest place that I have ever applied.
Lab 311 (CS 1350)
Lab 312 (CS 1350)
Lab 314 (CS 1350)
Mon 3:00 - 3:30 p.m. (CS 1358)
Mon 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. (CS 1350 & 1370)
I started doing research with Prof. Tracey Holloway at UW-Madison on air quality since fall 2016. Currently I am focusing on characterizing ambient formaldehyde over U.S. by comparing ground based monitor data with satellite data.
Poster presentations about my research:
2017 AOSS Poster Reception
April 11st, 2017
Varisty Hall, Union South, UW-Madison Campus
11th Annual Nelson Institute Earth Day Conference: "Hope and Renewal in the Age of Apocalypse"
April 18th, 2017
Monona Terrace Community And Convention Center, Madison
Reception & Reid Bryson Scholarship poster session
April 27, 2017
Wisconsin Discovery Building, Madison
Computer Science: Python Java Matlab NCL HTML Linux/Unix
Editing: LaTex Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft PowerPoint
Design: Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator
Familiar data in atmospheric science: CMAQ model data AQS monitor data OMI satellite data MODIS satellite data