Atmospheric Dynamics Modeling Group

Atmospheric Dynamics Modeling Group

University of Michigan

Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering (CLASP)



Christiane Jablonowski



(734) 763-6238


(734) 936-0503


SRB 1541B


CESM AMWG Winter Meeting 2021 (Virtual)


ECMWF-ESA Workshop on Machine Learning 2020 (Virtual)


PDEs on the Sphere 2019 Workshop


AGU 2018 Data Science and Machine Learning Workshop


Physics-Dynamics Coupling (PDC 2018) workshop organizers (credit: ECMWF)


DCMIP-2016 organizers (UM alumni)


UM Graduation 2015


Group photo 2014


Group photo 2013


Group photo 2012


Group photo 2010


Group photo 2008


Benefund the Jablonowski research group!


Research Areas
  • Machine learning techniques for atmospheric models
  • Great Lakes Weather Research with Coupled Atmosphere-Lake Models
  • Adaptive Mesh Refinement (AMR) and variable-resolution grid techniques for atmospheric General Circulation Models (GCMs)
  • Development of simpler atmospheric models and test cases for dynamical cores of GCMs, model intercomparisons
  • Modern numerical methods and computational grids for dynamical cores of GCMs
  • Idealized assessments of the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation (QBO) and Sudden Stratospheric Warmings (SSWs), stratospheric dynamics
  • Dynamics of tropical cyclones
  • Impact of climate change on tropical cyclone statistics in high-resolution GCM experiments
  • Subgrid-scale mixing in climate models
Recent scientific and educational events organized by our group and group alumni:
    Life drawing of my talk (credit:, invited by the European Commission):
    Jablonowski, C. (2020), Frontiers in Earth System Modeling: Where do we go from here?
    AAAS Annual Meeting
    Seattle, WA




Latest update: February 19, 2021