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Teaching / lectures

This semester I will be teaching a couple of MSc lectures in UNIL (University of Lausanne, Switzerland).


9 March 2023:

The climate system under global change: Quantifying human influence on Earth

(as part of the course: Environmental Crisis and Societal Change, UNIL)


In this session, we will learn about the scientific evidence of climate change. We will start by understanding the fundamental processes that drive Earth's climate, and then explore the methods by which scientists study climate change and predict what might happen in the future. We will learn how to interpret climate model projections and gain insight into their uncertainties. We will use this information to test the most common arguments and myths made by climate-skeptics, considering the latest scientific data and evidence. 


27 March 2023:

Climate change

(as part of the MSc course: Weather and climate dynamics, UNIL)

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Outreach and Education on Earth and Climate

During my PhD, I led multiple science education activities for secondary-school and high-school students (ages: 9 to 18) organised by the Davidson Institute for Science Education)

My favourite activity was a whole day meeting in the concept of "Meet a Scientist" in which the students visit our lab, learn about our research, ask questions about research (as many as they want!), and conduct their own cool experiments - both at the lab and using a real climate model!


Climate models are computer programs that realistically capture the atmospheric circulation on Earth. Using these models, the students design their own experiments to learn about the underlying physical processes that control the dynamics of the atmosphere.

I developed a one-day program on "Weather and Climate research using simplified climate models". Feel free to contact me for more details and teaching materials.


How to create a "storm" at the lab?


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