Simon H. Lee
AS Atmospheric Sciences
The 2021 Virtual Outstanding Student and PhD candidate Presentation (vOSPP) Award is awarded to Simon H. Lee for the poster/PICO entitled:
Representation of the Scandinavia-Greenland Pattern and its Relationship with the Polar Vortex in S2S Forecast Models (Lee, S. H.; Charlton-Perez, A. J.; Furtado, J. C.; Woolnough, S. J.)
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Simon Lee is a final-year PhD student in the Department of Meteorology at the University of Reading, UK, supervised by Prof. Andrew Charlton-Perez and Prof. Steven Woolnough, alongside Dr. Jason Furtado at the University of Oklahoma. He is also co-Editor in Chief of the Royal Meteorological Society’s Weather journal. Prior to this, he gained a Master’s degree in Meteorology from the University of Reading. His PhD research focuses on extratropical subseasonal stratosphere-troposphere coupling; particularly, the tropospheric processes which can drive stratospheric polar vortex variability and how the stratosphere can modulate tropospheric weather regimes.