- Department of Computer Science and Engineering/Division of Computer Science
- Associate Professor
- Web site
- Courses - Undergraduate
- Introduction to Programming, Programming C, Calculus II (exercise)
- Courses - Graduate
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Meteorology, Climate Dynamics
- Educational Background, Biography
- Mar 2000, Graduated from Dept. of Geophysics, Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo Mar 2006, PhD (School of Science, University of Tokyo) May 2006 - Sep 2009, Postdoctoral Fellow at International Pacific Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA Oct 2009 - Associate Professor at CAIST, University of Aizu
- Current Research Theme
- Numerical simulation of atmospheric phenomena, Analysis of Meteorological Data
- Key Topic
- Meiyu-Baiu rainband, storm track, extratropical cyclone, monsoon, local wind, regional atmospheric model, air-sea interaction
- Affiliated Academic Society
- Meteorological Society of Japan, American Geophysical Union
- School days' Dream
- Current Dream
- Favorite Books
- Messages for Students
- Publications other than one's areas of specialization
Dissertation and Published Works
T. Sampe, H. Nakamura, A. Goto, and W. Ohfuchi, 2010: "Significance of a midlatitude SST frontal zone in the formation of a storm track and an eddy-driven westerly jet", J. Climate, 23, 1793-1814. doi: 10.1175/2009JCLI3163.1
T. Sampe, and S.-P. Xie, 2010: "Large-scale dynamics of the Meiyu-Baiu rainband: Environmental forcing by the westerly jet", J. Climate, 23, 113-134.
T. Sampe, and S.-P. Xie, 2007: "Mapping high sea winds from space: A global climatology", Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 88, 1965-1978.
H. Nakamura, T. Sampe, Y. Tanimoto, and A. Shimpo, 2004: "Observed associations among storm tracks, jet streams and midlatitude oceanic fronts", Earth's Climate: The ocean-atmosphere interaction, C. Wang, S.-P. Xie and J. A. Carton, Eds., Geophysical monograph series 147, American Geophysical Union, pp.329-345.
H. Nakamura and T. Sampe, 2002: "Trapping of synoptic-scale disturbances into the North-Pacific subtropical jet core in midwinter", Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, doi:1029/2002GL015335.