Director of Research, Innovation, Service & Expertise, Meteodyn
BiographyEric TROMEUR has been working in mesoscale meteorology, weather forecasts, climate change and wind industry for 17 years. He is currently the Director of Research, Innovation, Service and Expertise and the Head of Wind, Meteorology and Climate Division at Meteodyn Company in France. He got his PhD in Applied Physics and Mathematics at the University of Paris 13 in France and studied Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Atmospheric Sciences. Before working for private companies as meteorology and climate researcher and expert, he spent 2 years at the Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique in Paris and 4 years at the NOAA-CREST (New York City) and the Stony Brook University (USA) as researcher and adjunct professor in Atmospheric Sciences. He worked on projects such as wind climate, wind energy forecasts, urban climatology and climate change. His research is now focused on mesoscale-microscale meteorology, wind forecast and resource assessment, and climate change impact.
- CFD corrections of lidar data in complex terrain parametrized with stability estimates derived from lidar data