School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Arizona State University
PO Box 871804
Tempe, AZ 85287
Mohamed Moustaoui obtained his Ph.D. from the Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique, Ecole polytechnique (LMD/X), France in 1995. He worked at the Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique, Ecole Normale Superieure (LMD/ENS). In 2000, he joined the Centre de National de Recherches Meteorologiques at Meteo-France (CNRM/Meteo-France), France. In 2001 he joined the SCRIPPS Institution of Oceanography, University of California, USA.
Since 2004, he is a research scientist at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Center for Environmental Fluid Dynamics, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Arizona State University. His research areas are Geophysical and Environmental Fluid Dynamics, Applied Mathematics, Scientific Computing and High Performance Computing of Atmospheric Flows.
geophysical and environmental fluid dynamics; applied mathematics; scientific computing; high performance computing of atmospheric flows
Georgescu, M., M. Moustaoui, A. Mahalov and J. Dudhia. 2011. An alternative explanation of the seim-arid urban area "oasis effect". Journal of Geophysical Research 116:D24113. (link)
Ruddell, B. L., G. D. Jenerette, M. Moustaoui, E. R. Vivoni, W. T. Chow, S. Shaffer, T. J. Volo, C. A. Martin, A. Mahalov and S. L. Harlan. 2012. Modeling the urban climate at the human scale in hot/dry regions. Poster presented at the 3-7 December 2012 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.