Pierre Gentine

Principal Investigator

Pierre Gentine is a Professor in the department of Earth and Environmental Engineering and in the department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. He is director of the National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center "Learning the Earth with Artificial intelligence and Physics" and a director of the Graduate Program in Earth and Environmental Engineering. Dr. Gentine and his group investigate the multiscale nature of the continental hydrologic and carbon cycle, with observations (remote sensing and in situ), models and machine learning.

Education and Research Positions

Dr. Gentine received his undergraduate degree from SupAĆ©ro, in France. He earned his PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering at MIT in 2010. He joined the faculty at Columbia in 2010 as an instructor in applied mathematics and then as a tenure track assistant professor in Earth and Environmental Engineering in 2011.

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