Dr. Ganix Esnaola
Early career scientist who focuses on problems that share the fields of atmospheric physics, physical and satellite oceanography, and physical climatology.
His expertise focuses on the analysis of physical processes that are developed on the ocean over many temporal and spatial scales, and that are caused or modulated by processes developed in the atmosphere.
He has published more than 10 research articles in peer-reviewed international journals and presented 15 contributions to international congresses.
As a member of the Nuclear Engineering and Fluid Mechanics department his teaching activities are focused in the topics of fluid Mechanics and satellite oceanography.