Gabriel Chiodo

Curriculum Vitae

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Current position

Postdoctoral researcher at Columbia University (2014-present) - L.M.Polvani group

Education

PhD thesis (summa cum laude) “Simulating the impact of the 11 year solar cycle on climate” - supervised by R.Garcia- Herrera and N.Calvo. European mention Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain (2014).

MSc (1 st class Honours) in Meteorology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain (2009)

Degree (1 st class Honours) in Meteorology, Universitaet Wien, Vienna, Austria (2008).

Scientific interests

Climate dynamics, chemistry-climate interactions, climate sensitivity, stratosphere-troposphere coupling

Awards and Other Experience

Working Package Leader of COST Action ES1005 entitled “Towards a more complete assessment of the impact of solar variability on the Earth's Climate” (2011-2015). See TOSCA-COST

Spanish "FPU" fellowship awardee (AP2009-0064)

WCRP Conference grant awardee (2011). See WCRP 2011

International Max-Planck Research School Visitors Grants (2010). See IMPRS-ESM

Mentoring and supervision

MSc project: "Solar/NAO signals in the Northern Hemisphere: distinguishing forced and intrinsic decadal variability" by Jessie Oehrlein (Columbia University, Jan 2017-present)

Teaching

Assistant in 12-weeks course on “Atmospheric Pollution” (Universidad Complutense, Feb-May 2013)

Conference proceedings (International) - Last five years

G. Chiodo, 2017 (seminar) The impact of stratospheric ozone chemistry on climate sensitivity. University of Washington, Seattle (WA), USA.

G. Chiodo and L.M. Polvani, 2016 (talk) The impact of stratospheric ozone chemistry on climate sensitivity. WCRP Model Hierarchies Workshop, Princeton University, (NJ) USA. See meeting website

G. Chiodo, 2016 (seminar) On the role of stratospheric ozone chemistry as a climate feedback. IAC seminar, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland.

G. Chiodo and L.M. Polvani, 2016 (invited talk) Reduction of climate sensitivity to solar forcing due to stratospheric ozone feedback. 6th international HEPPA-Solaris workshop 2016, Helsinki, Finland. See meeting website

G. Chiodo, L.M. Polvani, M. Previdi 2016 (talk) Large radiative forcing due to the ozone hole offset by snow albedo over Antarctica. FESD meeting 2016, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston (MA), USA. See meeting website

G. Chiodo, 2016 (seminar) Understanding the effects of changes in solar irradiance on climate. AOS seminar, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton (NJ), USA.

G. Chiodo and L.M. Polvani, 2016 (talk) Reduction of climate sensitivity to solar forcing due to stratospheric ozone feedback: a comparison study of WACCM and SC-WACCM. WACCM Working Group Meeting, Boulder,(CO) USA.

G. Chiodo, L.M. Polvani, and M.Previdi, 2015 (poster) Large surface radiative forcing from the ozone hole offset by snow albedo trends over Antarctica. AGU Fall Meeting 2015, San Francisco, USA.

G. Chiodo, 2015 (seminar) Simulating the impact of the 11 year solar cycle on climate. University of Albany, Albany (NY), USA.

G. Chiodo, Garcia-Herrera, R., Calvo, N., Vaquero, J., and J.A. Añel, 2015 (talk) The impact of a solar minimum on Northern Hemispheric projections. Final meeting of EU-COST action ES1005 at GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany

G. Chiodo et al., 2014 (seminar). Simulating the impact of the 11 year solar cycle on climate. Columbia University, New York (NY), USA.

G. Chiodo, K. Matthes, K. Kodera, N. Calvo and R. Garcia-Herrera, 2013 (talk). On the detection of the solar signal in the tropical stratosphere. Working Group meeting of COST action ES1005, Prague, Czech Republic.

G. Chiodo, K. Matthes, K. Kodera, N. Calvo and R. Garcia-Herrera, 2012 (talk). Sensitivity of the atmospheric response to idealized UV solar-cycle variations in WACCM. 3rd international conference on Earth-System-Modeling, Hamburg, Germany.

G. Chiodo and H.Schmidt. 2012 (poster) Combined effects of the 11-year solar cycle and the QBO in transient HAMMONIA simulations. 3rd international conference on Earth-System-Modeling, Hamburg, Germany.

G. Chiodo, K. Matthes, K. Kodera and N. Calvo, 2011 (poster). Sensitivity of the atmospheric response to idealized spectrally resolved solar forcing in WACCM. World Climate Research Program / Open Science Conference, Denver (CO), USA.

G. Chiodo, N. Calvo, H.Schmidt and R. Garcia-Herrera, 2011 (talk). Solar cycle effects in two coupled chemistry-climate models. Space-Climate 4, Goa, India.

Professional service

Primary convener and chair of the session on "Solar and heliospheric forcings and their effects on climate" at AGU 2016

Chair of the Columbia University Postdoc Society (2015-2016)

Reviewer for Journal of Climate, Journal of Geophysical Research

Links

Researchgate

Google-scholar

Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics (APAM)

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