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Raffaele Montuoro
Raffaele Montuoro
Phone:
(979) 862-3182
Email:
rmontuoro@tamu.edu
Office:
Eller O&M 1017B
Address:

Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Texas A&M University
3150 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-3150


Degrees:

Ph.D., Theoretical Chemistry, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy, 2003

Courses:

ATMO689 – Special Topics in High Performance Computing for the Geosciences


Raffaele Montuoro

Instructional Assistant Professor

Research Interests

  • Development of high-resolution coupled climate models
  • Software and tools for real-time regional forecasting
  • Oil spill modeling
  • Air-sea interaction
  • Radiation scattering and photoionization
  • High Performance Computing

Selected Publications

Ma, X., Jing, Z., Chang, P., Liu, X. , Montuoro, R., Small, R. J., Bryan, F. O., Greatbatch, R. J., Brandt, P., Wu, D., Lin, X., Wu, L., Western boundary currents regulated by interaction between ocean eddies and the atmosphere, Nature, 535, 533-537 (2016)

Ma, X., Chang, P., Saravanan, R., Montuoro, R., Hsieh, J., Wu, D., Lin, X., Wu, L., and Jing, Z., Distant Influence of Kuroshio Eddies on North Pacific Weather Patterns? Scientific Reports, 5, p. 17785 (2015)

Joye, S., J. Montoya, S. Murawski, T. Özgökmen, T. Wade, R. Montuoro, B. Roberts, D. Hollander, W. Jeffrey, and J. Chanton, Fast Action: A Collaborative, Multi-Disciplinary Rapid Response Study of the Hercules Gas Well Blowout, Eos Trans. AGU, 95, 39 (Sept. 23, 2014)

Lucchese, R., R. Montuoro, K. Kotsis, M. Tashiro, M. Ehara, J. D. Bozek, A. Das, A. Landry, J. Rathbone, and E. D. Poliakoff, The effect of vibrational motion on the dynamics of shape resonant photoionization of BF3 leading to the E 2A1′ state of BF3+, Molec. Phys., 108, 1055-1067 (2010)

Hoshino, M., R. Montuoro, R. R. Lucchese, A. De Fanis, U. Hergenhahn, G. Prumper, T. Tanaka, and K. Ueda, Vibrationally resolved partial cross sections and asymmetry parameters for nitrogen K-shell photoionization of the NO molecule, J. Phys. B, 41, 085105:1-7 (2008)

Montuoro, R., R. R. Lucchese, J. D. Bozek, A. Das, and E. D. Poliakoff, Quasibound continuum states in SiF4 D 2A1 photoionization: Photoelectron-vibrational coupling, J. Chem. Phys., 126, 244309:1-9 (2007)

Montuoro, R. and R. Moccia, “Photoionization cross sections calculation with mixed L2 basis set: STOs plus B-Splines. Results for N2 and C2H2 by KM-RPA method”, Chemical Physics, 293, 281 (2003)
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