Cristiana Stan, PhD

Cristiana Stan, PhD


College of Science

Other Positions:

Associate Chair

Research Theme:

Digital Technologies - Inventing new algorithms, digital techniques, and technologies

Key Interests:

Climate Modeling, Role of Cloud Representation In Modeling The Tropical Cyclone Activity, Monsoon Circulations, Madden-Julian Oscillation


PhD, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

Research Focus

Dr. Stan research interests center on climate modeling with a focus on the large-scale dynamics and predictability of tropical and midlatitude variability. Specific topics include the role of cloud representation in modeling the tropical cyclone activity, monsoon circulations, Madden-Julian Oscillation, and ENSO under current conditions and future climate change scenarios, tropical-extratropical teleconnections on intraseasonal time scale, and subseasonal-to-seasonal variability of the extratropics. She is also involved in the development of coupled climate models using super-parameterization for representing cloud-scale processes and applying ML/AI methods to climate data analysis.


College of Science

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