Daniela Domeisen

Contact: daniela.domeisen@unil.ch
Office 3233, GĂ©opolis Building

Daniela Domeisen is an associate professor at the University of Lausanne and the leader of the Atmospheric Processes group.

Her research focuses on an improved understanding of the dynamics and predictability of weather and climate through the study of extreme events, global remote connections, and interactions between components of the climate system using statistical tools, a hierarchy from simple to high performance numerical models, as well as data science.

One of the goals of her research are successful predictions of extreme events such as heatwaves several weeks to months in advance to increase preparedness and to diminish impacts on ecosystems and human health.


They are listed on Unil’s Unisciences page.