Laure Zanna

Laure Zanna

Laure Zanna is a Professor in Mathematics & Atmosphere/Ocean Science at the Courant Institute, New York University. Her research focuses on the dynamics of the climate system and the main emphasis of her work is to study the influence of the ocean on local and global scales. Prior to NYU, she was a faculty member at the University of Oxford until 2019, and obtained her PhD in 2009 in Climate Dynamics from Harvard University. She was the recipient of the 2020 Nicholas P. Fofonoff Award from the American Meteorological Society “For exceptional creativity in the development and application of new concepts in ocean and climate dynamics”. She is the lead principal investigator of the NSF-NOAA Climate Process Team on Ocean Transport and Eddy Energy, and M2LInES – an international effort to improve climate models with scientific machine learning. She currently serves as an editor for the Journal of Climate, a member on the International CLIVAR Ocean Model Development Panel, and on the CESM Advisory Board.

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  • Organization
    Courant Institute, New York University
  • Profession
    Professor in Mathematics & Atmosphere/Ocean Science
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10 November 2021
17:00 - 18:30 CET, Geneva
Julien Brajard (Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (NERSC)), Laure Zanna (Courant Institute, New York University), Philip Stier (University of Oxford)
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