Raffaele MARINO

CNRS researcherMFAE/LMFA

PhD in Physics (2009), Raffaele Marino is a CNRS scientist at LMFA. After pursuing graduate studies in physics in Italy and France, he worked till 2015 in the United States, at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (Boulder) and the University of California Berkeley. Here he served as principal investigator for the "Turbulence and Intermittency Long Duration Atmospheric Experiment" - TILDAE, in the frame of the NASA mission "GRIPS". Before joining LFMA he has worked as Marie Curie fellow at the Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon where he retains several collaborations. His doctoral research concerned the investigation of magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in space plasmas. His current research activity mostly focuses on the study of the interplay of waves and turbulence dynamics in rotating and stratified geophysical flows and in plasmas, by means of high-resolution numerical simulations and observational experiments.