Until recently, I was a visiting fellow at Environment and Climate Change Canada in the Climate Processes section of the Climate Research Division.

Previously, I was working as a research associate and postdoctoral fellow with Paul Kushner in the Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Physics group of the Physics Department at U of T. During that time I was a participant in the ExArch project.

I am the author of the python tools cdb_query for the efficient management of CMIP5 data and pyteos_air for the computation of thermodynamic quantities of wet air.

I graduated in January 2011 from the PhD in Mathematics and Atmosphere-Ocean Sciences at the Center for Atmosphere-Ocean Sciences of the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University.

Frédéric Laliberté

Big Weather and Climate Data Scientist