Meteorology has made significant strides in recent years due to the development of new technologies. With the aid of the latest instruments, the analysis of atmospheric data can be optimized.
Computational Techniques for Modeling Atmospheric Processes is an academic reference source that encompasses novel methods for the collection and study of meteorological data. Including a range of perspectives on pertinent topics such as air pollution, parameterization, and thermodynamics, this book is an ideal publication for researchers, academics, practitioners, and students interested in instrumental methods in the study of atmospheric processes.
About the Author
Vitaliy A. Prusov has been graduated from the National Technical University of Ukraine “”Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute””. He is the Doctor of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics. His research interests are associated with the experimental and theoretical problems of mechanics of liquid and gas, numerical methods for solving equations of mathematical physics, mathematical modeling of the circulation of the atmosphere and the anthropogenic impact, and numerical methods of weather forecasting. Since 1983, V.A. Prusov has been the leader of more than 10 research projects of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine related to the development of numerical weather forecasting systems for different regions and periods. Since 2003 he is a professor of the Department of Meteorology and Climatology of the Kyiv National University by Taras Shevchenko. He has more than 70 scientific publications, including 5 monographs and 4 textbooks.
Anatoliy Yu. Doroshenko has been graduated from Kyiv National University by Taras Shevchenko (Kyiv, Ukraine). He is the Doctor of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics. His research interests include high performance computing algorithms, programming numerical methods, algebraic algorithmic models, and formal methods and adaptive programming techniques for automated software design. Since 1997, A.Yu. Doroshenko has been the leader of several research projects of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine related to the development of numerical weather forecasting systems for different regions and periods. Since 2005, he is a Professor of the Department of Informatics and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Ukraine “”Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute””. He is the author of 4 monographs and about 200 research papers. He is a member of the ACM
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