Jenny, has more than 26 years’ experience in advanced meteorological studies and atmospheric dispersion modeling on all types of steady-state, non-steady state, particle, Eulerian and prognostic models. She has been involved in many large international meteorological and air quality related modeling jobs from the planning stages, quality control, preparation of data, dispersion modeling, analyses of the data and report writing. Jenny’s clients have included the transport industry, mining industry, aluminium industries, electric industries, manufacturing, chemical facilities, as well as agricultural industries such as fertilizer, compost, waste water treatment plants and dairy facilities all over the world.
She is a regularly invited speaker and instructor at Workshops and Conferences both locally and internationally.
Jenny has instructed at more than 68 +, three to five day Introductory and Advanced meteorological, dispersion modeling and odour training courses for various consultants and industry including Professional Organizations – AWMA, CASANZ, NACA, the US-EPA, Universities, consultants and industry all around the world. Jenny was considered the ‘Odour Expert’ of the Atmospheric Studies Group (Developers of the CALPUFF model), where she was a key member for more than 15 years. Jenny is the author of many published peer reviewed reports, papers and scientific articles and she regularly presents at international scientific conferences. She has been involved in developing model guidance documentation for both Australia and New Zealand.
Dr. Wu has more than 22 years of experience in meteorology and air quality modeling and data analysis. Dr Wu’s strength is in programming and model development. He has developed and implemented four automatic real-time forecast systems for air quality monitoring and emissions control for large industries in South America, Canada, and the United States. These systems use the CALPUFF suite of models and sophisticated numerical weather models, such as WRF, MM5, and ETA/NAM. A custom built client specific Graphical User Interface was developed to allow the client to make pertinent management decisions up to 72 hours into the future.
Dr Wu’s air quality modeling activities include numerous applications of CALPUFF, as well as CMAQ and CAMx, to both the local and regional air shed scales. . Dr. Wu was a key member of the CALPUFF model development software team for more than 15 years and is the author of many of its software packages, such as CALWRF, CALMM5, CALRUC, CALEAT/NAM, CALGAP, METSERIES, and METCOMP. A key component of his work has been to develop software which allow traditional air pollution models to use sophisticated weather model output data. As well as software to analyze the model output from both air quality models and weather prediction models. Another of his responsibilities was the development, management and packaging of a 12km resolution worldwide data base of MM5 data for the use with CALPUFF model. This was the first data set of its kind and was very successful.