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EMANUELE DI LORENZO

Adjunct Professor 
Program in Ocean Science & Engineering (OSE)


Professor of Earth, Environmental, & Planetary Sciences
Brown University
(as of July 1, 2022)

Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences
Brown University
Box 1846, Providence, RI 02912
e.dilorenzo@brown.edu

Chairman & Co-Founder, Ocean Visions
AWARDS

 

  • PICES SB Award, North Pacific Marine Science IGO, 2013

  • Class of 1964 Teaching Award, Georgia Tech, 2012

  • Sigma Xi Best Paper Award, Georgia Tech, 2011

  • Sigma Xi Young Faculty Award, Georgia Tech, 2009

  • Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence, Georgia Tech, 2007

  • Regents Graduate Fellowship, UC San Diego, 2000

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Ocean & Climate Dynamics

  • Regional & Coastal Oceanography

  • Ocean & Inverse Modeling

  • Climate & Marine Ecosystem Dynamics

  • Social-Ecological-Environmental Systems

  • Ocean-based Solutions to Climate

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UNITED NATIONS OCEAN DECADE
Collaborative Center & Programme

Di Lorenzo is co-founder of the UN Ocean Decade Collaborative Center on Ocean-Climate Solutions & Innovations and Co-Lead for the Programme "Global Ecosystem for Ocean Solutions"  2021-present

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OCEAN VISIONS

Di Lorenzo is co-founder and Chairman of Ocean Visions,  an alliance between premier US research and outreach institutions that aims to transform science and engineering knowledge into real solution actions to address ocean health and sustainable development 2019-present.  

GEORGIA TECH's Program in 
Ocean Science & Engineering (OSE)

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Di Lorenzo is co-founder of the OSE program that aims to educate the next generation of transdisciplinary ocean scientists and engineers by combining the basic and applied sciences with innovative ocean technologies, and to advance interdisciplinary research at the frontiers of the physical, biological, chemical and human dimensions of ocean systems. 2016-2022

INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE ORGANIZATIONS

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Over the past 10 years, Di Lorenzo has assumed several leadership roles in various national and international science organizations. Of note is his work in the international North Pacific Marine Science Intergovernmental Organization (PICES), where he has contributed to developing and implementing the science roadmap of the organization and its Social-Ecological-Environmental-Systems approach. The PICES member countries include USA, Canada, China, South Korea, Russia and Japan. 2011-present

PUBLICATIONS & 
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NVITED CONTRIBUTIONS

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