Hoang Hai Bui


Researcher, Researcher


  • Atmosphere-ocean interaction during cyclone development
  • QBO-like oscillation
  • Tropical cyclone initilaztion
  • Model output statistics
  • Application of neural networks
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See a complete overview of publications in Cristin.

  1. Bui, H., Bakhoday-Paskyabi, M., and Mohammadpour-Penchah, M.: Implementation of a Simple Actuator Disk for Large-Eddy Simulation in the Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF-SADLES v1.2) for wind turbine wake simulation, Geosci. Model Dev., 17, 4447–4465, 2024.

  2. X. Ning, M. B. Paskyabi, H. H. Bui, and M. M. Penchah, “Evaluation of sea surface roughnessparameterization in meso-to-micro scale simulation of the offshore wind field,” Journal of WindEngineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, vol. 242, p. 105 592, 2023

  3. Tran, T. L., Ritchie, E. A., Perkins-Kirkpatrick, S. E., Bui, H., & Luong, T. M. (2022). Future changes in tropical cyclone exposure and impacts in Southeast Asia from CMIP6 pseudo-global warming simulations. Earth's Future, 10, e2022EF003118. 

  4. Bakhoday-Paskyabi, M., Krutova, M., Bui, H., & Ning, X. (2022, November). Multiscale Simulation of Offshore Wind Variability During Frontal Passage: Brief Implication on Turbines’ Wakes and Load. Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 2362, No. 1, p. 012003). IOP Publishing.

  5. Bui, H., & Bakhoday-Paskyabi, M. (2022, November). Mesoscale Simulation of Open Cellular Convection: Roles of Model Resolutions and Physics Parameterizations. Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 2362, No. 1, p. 012006). IOP Publishing.

  6. Bui, H., & Spengler, T. (2021). On the influence of sea surface temperature distributions on the development of extratropical cyclones. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 78(4), 1173-1188.

  7. Bui, H., Yoden, S., & Nishimoto, E. (2019). QBO-like oscillation in a three-dimensional minimal model framework of the stratosphere–troposphere coupled system. SOLA, 15, 62-67.

  8. Smith, R. K., Montgomery, M. T., & Bui, H. (2018). Axisymmetric balance dynamics of tropical cyclone intensification and its breakdown revisited. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 75(9), 3169-3189.

  9. Bui, H. H.,E. Nishimoto, S. Yoden, 2017: Downward Influence of QBO-like Oscillation to Moist Convection in a Two-Dimensional Minimal Model Framework. Submitted to . J. Atmos. Sci..

  10. Nishimoto, E., S. Yoden, and H.-H. Bui, 2016: Vertical momentum transports associated with moist convection and gravity waves in a minimal model of QBO-like oscillation. J. Atmos. Sci.73, 2935–2957

  11. Phan-Van, T., Trinh-Tuan, L., Bui-Hoang, H., & Kieu, C. 2015: Seasonal forecasting of tropical cyclone activity in the coastal region of Vietnam using RegCM4. 2. Clim. Res62, 115-129

  12. Yoden, S., H.-H. Bui, and E. Nishimoto, 2014: A minimal model of QBO-Like oscillation in a stratosphere-tropo- sphere coupled system under a radiative-moist convective qua- si-equilibrium State. SOLA, 10, 112−116, doi:10.2151/sola.2014- 023.

  13. Ngo-Duc T.,J. Matsumoto, H. Kamimera, and H.-H. Bui, 2013: Monthly Adjustment of the Global Satellite Mapping of Precipitation (GSMaP) Data over the Thu Bon-Vu Gia Basin in Central Vietnam by Using Artificial Neural Networks. Hydrological Research Letters7(4), 85-90.

  14. Bui Hoang Hai, R. K. Smith, M. T. Montgomery, and J. Peng, 2009: Balanced and Unbalanced Aspects of Tropical-Cyclone Intensification. Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc., 135, 1715-1731.


IMPACTWIND (2024-2027): The project aims at accelerating the utilization of sustainable offshore wind resources on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

CONWIND (2023-2024): This project aims to enhance wind farm profitability and turbine longevity by improving short-term wind field forecasting and developing control algorithms that optimize turbine steering and wake management through the integration of physical models and machine learning.

HIPERWIND (2020-2023): The project aims at reducing the Levelized Cost of Energy of offshore wind farms, through advancements in basic wind energy science which will lead to reductions in risk and uncertainty. 

UNPACC (2017-2019): This project investigates the role of air-sea interactions in the genesis and intensification of extratropical cyclones, focusing on how sea surface temperature (SST) fronts influence these processes.