Dr Antonios Mamalakis

I am a postdoctoral researcher working with Professors Elizabeth Barnes and Imme Ebert-Uphoff at Colorado State University (CSU). I hold a PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from University of California, Irvine, advised by Professor Efi Foufoula-Georgiou.

My past work has been focused on the interaction between climate variability and change with regional hydroclimate across scales.

In CSU, I am currently working on knowledge-guided machine learning and its application to climate science.   

News

New study published in Nature Climate Change
Zonally contrasting shifts of the tropical rain belt in response to climate change 
January 2021 
New Position!
 I am very excited to join Colorado State University and work as a postdoc on knowledge-guided machine learning! 
September 2020 
New study published in Journal of Climate
Graph-Guided Regularized Regression to Increase Predictive Skill of Winter Precipitation 
January 2021 
PhD Graduation!
 Thank you UCI for this amazing journey!
September 2020 
New study published in Journal of Climate
Rotated Spectral Principal Component Analysis (rsPCA) for Identifying Dynamical Modes of Variability in Climate Systems
January 2021 
Study included in the top 50 articles of Nature Comm:
A new interhemispheric teleconnection increases predictability of winter precipitation in southwestern US
July 2019 

Highlighted Research

Zonally contrasting shifts of the tropical rain belt in response to climate change
New teleconnection increases predictability of precipitation in southwestern US
Simultaneous Bias Correction and spatial Downscaling of climate model Rainfall 

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