I am a climate scientist working on physical climate processes in the context of anthropogenic perturbations to the earth system as the underlying cause of climate change and a Professor of Atmospheric Physics in the Department of Physics, where I also serve as Head of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics.
Focal points of my research are cloud and aerosol physics, their interactions and their role in the climate system. iMIRACLI ESRs will join our dynamic Climate Processes research group in which we combine climate modelling and detailed cloud-resolving modelling with Earth observations, providing many applications for machine learning.
I publish widely on clouds, aerosols and their role in the climate system – full publication list available online under ORCID and Google Scholar – which also led me to be become a Clarivate Highly Cited Researcher since 2014.
In iMIRACLI, I will supervise ESR4, ESR5, co-supervise ESR13, ESR14 and serve as the overall project coordinator.