Nicolas Fauchereau is a climate scientist at NIWA, the leading ocean and atmosphere research and consulting organisation in New Zealand.
He has have worked at the interface of climate and ocean sciences since his Ph.D in 2004, first at the LSCE in Paris, then in Cape-Town, South Africa, first attached to the Oceanography department of the University of Cape-Town, then at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).
He has joined NIWA in 2012, where he is involved in both blue-sky and applied research projects, ranging from paleoclimates reconstructions to operational seasonal forecasting.
He is using Python for data analysis, statistical modelling and visualisation, and is especially interested into developing real-time data analytics and prediction (Machine Learning) systems that can help people prepare for and deal with climate related risks.
Tuesday 10:15 a.m.–10:45 a.m. in Room 204