I am senior researcher at the Institute of Meteorology and Climatology (BOKU-Met) in Vienna (Austria). Currently, I work on the climate modelling of aerosols. atmospheric chemistry and climate radiative forcing.
My main interest is a better understanding of the climate response to greenhouse gases and aerosols, but also improve my knowledge of remote sensing applied on earth sciences. For the first question, I investigated the climate variability and radiative forcing estimations together with the role of the ozone on the climate system, and how to improve the modelling of aerosols in the Earth System Models. My experience on remote sensing comprises develop simulations of the measurement conditions to assert the uncertainty and new applications of remote sensing, but also in situ measurement to calibrate, test and validate satellite products and improve retrieval algorithms. Due to my professional trajectory, my interest is also related to mathematical methods, in particular those related to statistics and statistical physics, together with scientific computing. I have been working in several institutions:
- Institute of Meteorology and Climatology (BOKU-MET)
- Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
- Department of Meteorology. University of Reading.
- Institute for Tropospheric Research at Leibniz Institute.
- Institute for Meteorology-Climate Research. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
- Institute of Environmental Sciences.
- NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
- University Autónoma of Madrid.
- PhD (Earth Sciences - Hydro-meteorology)
- MSc. Statistical Physics and BSc. Physics.