Olivier Pauluis

Professor of Mathematics, Center for Atmosphere Ocean Science, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU; Affiliated Faculty and CoP-Investigator for the Center for Prototype Climate Modeling, NYUAD, NYU New York

Affiliation: NYU New York

Biography

B.S. Universite Catholique de Louvain (Belgium), Ph.D. Princeton University

Olivier Pauluis is an expert on the physical and mathematical modeling of the atmosphere. His research focuses on the interplay between the hydrological cycle, weather, and climate. He is affiliated with the Center for Prototype Climate Modeling at the NYU Abu Dhabi Research Institute, which is dedicated to the development of new mathematical methods for studying climate change.

Resident Expert: The Science of Sandstorms

The Science of Sandstorms

NYUAD researchers are learning that the sandstorms that complicate life in Abu Dhabi, are part of a complex weather pattern that also provides India with the monsoon rain essential to the crops that sustain one billion people.