about: current

I'm a web developer and working in Tokyo.
I like functional programming languages. I'm interested in weather, climate and clouds.

about: past

I lived in Sendai. I was a student in department of geophysics.
I was studying about 3D radiative transfer effects in cloudy atmosphere.

name
Rintaro Okamura
github
@rinx
twitter
@__rinx
facebook
rintaro.okamura
instagram
@__rinx
license
Weather Forecaster, Applied IT Engineer
skills
Vim, Ruby, Rails, Fortran, Haskell, Shell Script, Vim Script, Illustrator, Photoshop, TeX / LaTeX, HTML5, CSS3
likes
Tea, Coffee, Vim, Cloud, Design, Data-Visualize, Hot Spring, Sushi, Kawaii
cameras
Olympus PEN E-PL2, Pentax K-x

works

radiko.vim
Playing radiko.jp via Vim.
yj-proofreading.vim
A Japanese proofreading plugin for Vim.
chicago_minor
A minor revised version of the BibTeX style for Chicago manual of style citation (for Japanese version).
sendai-bus-explorer
A web app using sendai-city-bus-API.
MICO-RE
A simulator of cloud optical retrieval.

papers

Physical interpretation of gray cloud observed from airplanes
R. Okamura and H. Iwabuchi, Applied Optics, Vol. 55, Issue 21, 5761–5765 (2016)
Multispectral Monte Carlo radiative transfer simulation by the maximum cross-section method
H. Iwabuchi and R. Okamura, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Vol. 193, 40–46(2017)