||Dr. Jiang Zhu is a Project Scientist at the Paleo & Polar Climate Section of the Climate & Global Dynamics Laboratory. Jiang received his PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017 and did his postdoc training at the University of Michigan, before joining NCAR in 2020. Jiang's research focuses on understanding how the climate system responds to a range of external forcings in Earth’s past and future. Jiang is interested in learning the physical processes that govern climate sensitivity, large-scale ocean circulation, and ocean-atmosphere coupled variability through a combination of numerical modeling and paleoclimate data. Jiang is a co-developer of the water isotope-enabled Community Earth System Model, a co-chair of the Paleoclimate Working Group of the Community Earth System Model and a founding steering committee member of the Paleoclimate Advances Webinar Series.