• Prof. Ailikun

    Assistant Executive Director, ANSO Secretariat;Alliance of International Science Organizations (ANSO)

    No.16 Lincui Rd Chaoyang District Beijing 100101, China.


1995-2000: graduate student of PhD course in the Institute of Geoscience, University of Tsukuba, Japan
1994-1995: visiting foreign research student in the Institute of Geoscience, University of Tsukuba, Japan
1990-1993: Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Master's Degree
1986-1990: Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Bachelor's Degree
Work Experience
2019-current: Assistant Executive Director of ANSO Secretariat
2016-2018: director of TPE (Third Pole Environment) IPO
2014-2016: professor in IAP/CAS
2009-2015: director of MAIRS IPO
2006-2008: deputy director of MAIRS (Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional Study) IPO
2002-2014: associated professor, Institute of Atmospheric physics (IAP), Chinese Academy of Science (CAS)
2000-2002: visiting scientist in the Institute of Geoscience, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Prof. Ailikun is the Assistant Executive Director of ANSO Secretariat. She got her PhD in Department of Geoscience of Tsukuba University of Japan, works on Asian monsoon climatology, global change and sustainability research in monsoon Asia. She served for IPO of Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional Study (MAIRS) from 2006 to 2015, dedicating herself in international collaboration on global change integrated studies in Asia and Pacific region.From 2016 to 2018, Prof. Ailikun worked in the Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research (ITP),CAS as the director of TPE IPO. Prof. Ailikun is fluent in English and Japanese,interested in understanding the relationship between science and humanity, and crosscutting studies between natural and social sciences.
1.Ailikun, Hongbao Wu and Zhang Jijia, 1994: Application of conjugate equation to the prediction of anomalies of monthly mean temperature. Quarterly Journal of Applied Meteorology. Vol.5, No.4, 454-461. (in Chinese)
2.Zhang Jijia, Hongbao Wu and Ailikun, 1995: A rotated principical component analysis of the interannual variability of temperature in the lower stratosphere. Quarterly Journal of Applied Meteorology. Vol.6, No.3, 265-272. (in Chinese)
3.Ailikun and T. Yasunari, 1998: On the two indices of Asian summer monsoon variability and their implications. Proceedings of International conference on monsoon and hydrologic cycle. 22-25 April 1998, Kyongju, Korea, 222-224.
4.Ailikun and T. Yasunari, 2001: ENSO and Asian summer monsoon: persistence and transitivity in the seasonal march. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. Vol.79, No.1, 145-159.
5.Ailikun and Weidong Guo: 2003, The Desertification over north China through comparing the long-term variation of air temperature and 0cm soil temperature, Acta Geographica Sinica, 58, 108-116. (in Chinese)
6.Ailikun: 2004, The weakening of the Walker Circulation after the late 1970s, Climate and Environmental Research, 9(2), 303-315.
7.Zhao Tianbao,Ailikun, and Jinming Feng:2004, An Intercomparison between NCEP reanalysis and observed Data over China. Climate and Environmental Research, 9(2),278-294.
8.Endo. N, B. Ailikun, and T. Yasunari: 2005, Trends in Precipitation Amounts and the Number of Rainy Days and Heavy Rainfall Events during Summer in China from1961 to 2000, Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan.Vol.83, No. 4, 621-631.
9.Fu Congbin, Qu Jiansheng and Ailikun. 2006, Integrated regional study of Earth system science: An overview. Development of earth system science research, China Meteorological Press, 171-177.
10.ENDO N., T. Kadota, J. Matsumoto. B. Ailikun, T. Yasunari: 2006, Climatology and trends in summer precipitation characteristics in Mongolia for the period 1960-98, J Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. Vol.84, (4): 543-551.
11.FU Congbin, Ailikun, Renjian Zhang, Xiaodong Yan: 2006, Introduction of a New International Program: Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional Study (MAIRS), China PARTICUOLOGY, Vol. 4, No. 6, 352-355.
12.Kawase H., T. Yoshikane, M. Hara, B. Ailikun, F. Kimura, T. Yasunari, 2008: Downscaling of the Climatic Change in the Mei-yu Rainband in East Asia by a Pseudo Climate Simulation Method. SOLA, vol 4, 073-076, doi:10.2151
13.Yiruhan, Ailikun, Zhuguo Ma and Masae Shiyomi, 2011: Forty-eight year climatology of air temperature changes in Xilinhot, Xilingol Steppe (Inner Mongolia), China, Japanese Society of Grassland, Vol 57, 168-172, ISSN1744-6961
14.Masae Shiyomi, Tsuyoshi Akiyama, Shiping WANG, Yiruhan, Ailikun, 2011: A grassland ecosystem model of Xiligol steppe, Inner Mongolia, China, Ecological modeling, vol 222,2073-2083
15.Qi Jiaguo, Jiquan Chen, Shiqian Wan, and Likun Ai, 2012: Understanding the coupled natural and human systems in Dryland East Asia, Environ. Res. Lett. 7, 015202 (7pp) doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/1/015202
16.Salinger, M. James, Shrestha Madan, Ailikun, Dong Wenjie, McGregor John, Wang Shuyu,2014: Climate in Asia and the Pacific: Climate Variability and Change. Springer, Editors:Manton, MJ, Stevenson, LA, Climate in Asia and the Pacific: Security, Society and Sustainability
17.Yiruhan, Masae Shiyomia, Tsuyoshi Akiyama, Shiping Wange, Yasuo Yamamuraf,Yoshimichi Horig, Ailikun, 2014: Long-term prediction of grassland production for five temporalpatterns of precipitation during the growing season of plants based ona system model in Xilingol, Inner Mongolia. Ecological Modelling 291, 183-192
18.LI Shan, Ailikun, 2014: Comparative Analysis of surface energy fluxes over Sino-US semi-arid land. Plateau Meteorology, 33(5), 1262-1271 (In Chinese)
19.Manton T, T. Yasunari, Ailikun, Hein Mallee, Rodel Lasco, Ramachandran Ramesh, 2015:Initial Strategic Research Plan for Future Earth in Asia. China Metrological Press, 116 pp.
20.Ailikun and Y. Yang, Sustainability science and co-design with stakeholders, 2015. WorldSci-tech R & D., 7(4), 468-471. (in Chinese)
21.Ailikun and Xiaoyi Wang, 2015, Integration between natural and social sciences in sustainability research, 30(11):1278-1286. (In Chinese)
22.Zhang Qian, Ailikun, 2018: Adaptive governance and climate change: case analysis of Inner Mongolia grassland and counterplan study. 14(04):411-422.
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