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Florence Colleoni

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Nome: 
Florence
Cognome: 
Colleoni
Sezione: 
GEO
Telefono: 
0402140609
Qualifica: 
Assegni di ricerca
Istruzione: 
 

February 2018

Teaching Qualification:

Meteorology, physical oceanography and physical environment (CNU Université Grenoble I, sect. 37)

March 2010

Teaching Qualification:

Meteorology, physical oceanography and physical environment (CNU Université Grenoble I, sect. 37)

2006-2009

Ph.D.

«On the Late Saalian glaciation (140 - 160 kyrs BP): a climate modelling study»

September 14, 2009

LGGE - Grenoble (France) - Dpt. of Geosciences Stockholm University (Sweden)

Supervision: Gerhard Krinner & Martin Jakobsson

2005-2006

Masters degree (second year)

Earth and Planetary sciences - major Solid Earth

Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris

Research training: Post Glacial rebound and sea level change along the French Atlantic coasts - Università di Urbino (Italy) - Supervision: Giorgio Spada

2004-2005

Masters degree (first year)

Earth and planetary sciences - major Planetology

Université de Nantes (France)

2001-2004

Bachelor degree

Earth and planetary sciences

Université de La Rochelle (France)

 

Esperienza: 
 

1st July 2018-

Junior Scientist (assegnista) - paleoclimate & ice sheet modeller

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e Geofisica Sperimentale - Trieste (Italy)

2013-2018

Junior Scientist - paleoclimate & ice sheet modeller

Centro-Euro Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici - Bologna (Italy)

Role: Resp. of the Paleoclimate and Glaciology branch, research, project writing, funding support, supervision, teaching

2009-2013

Early Career Scientist - paleoclimate & ice sheet modeller

Centro-Euro Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici - Bologna (Italy)

Role: Resp. of the Paleoclimate and Glaciology branch, research, project writing, funding support, supervision, teaching

2006-2009

Young scientist: climate modeller

Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Géophysique de l’Environnement (CNRS), Grenoble (France)

 

Capacità e interessi: 

My current research uses Earth Climate System Models, ice-sheet models and energy surface mass balance models to investigate the interactions between ice sheets and climate. In particular, I am interested in the interplay between tropics and polar areas in the context of climate transitions in both Northern and Southern Hemisphere. More recently I have started to investigate the interactions between ice sheets and ocean at different timescales in Antarctica but also during the past glaciations in the Northern Hemisphere. I am considering the climate processes evolution at different timescales and from past to future, integrating all the components of the climate system from a multi-disciplinary point of view.

Major projects: 
 

2018-2019

HPC ISCRA - Principal Investigator

BENEATH: Impact of bathymetry changes on the expansion of the past and future west Antarctic Ice Sheet.

2015 - 2018

MAE Grande Rilevanzza: Laura De Santis (OGS, Italy)

GLAISSS - Global Sea Level Rise & Antarctic Ice Sheet Stability predictions: guessing future by learning from past.

2014 - 2016

PNRA: - Principal Investigator

Influence of Antarctic ice sheet on Southern Hemisphere low-latitude climate teleconnections across the Plio-Pleistocene transition

2014 - 2015

SKB-POSIVA-CMCC climate service - Principal Investigator

Long-term safety of a planned geological repository for spent nuclear fuel in Forsmark – estimate of maximum ice sheet thicknesses - continuation study

2013 - 2014

SKB-CMCC climate service - Principal Investigator

Long-term safety of a planned geological repository for spent nuclear fuel in Forsmark – estimate of maximum ice sheet thicknesses

2009 - 2013

Ice2sea: Isostasy unit - Giorgio Spada (FP7 project)

«Future sea-level projections due to ice sheets and glaciers melting»

2008 - 2009

SUCLIM: Martin Jakobsson (Stockholm University, Sweden)

«Stockholm University Climate Research environment - Boundary conditions»

2006 - 2009

ANR IDEGLACE: Masa Kageyama (LSCE IPSL, France)

Impact de Décharges d'Eau douce provenant de la GLace continentale sur le Climat Européen et méditerranéen.

2006 - 2008

PRIN 2006: Giorgio Spada (Università di Urbino)

The role of glacial isostatic adjustment in global and Mediterranean sea-level variations: new geophysical, geological and archaeological constraints.

 

Curriculum vitae: 
Lingue parlate: 
French (native); Italian ; English