Anna Cabre
 
Anna Postdoctoral Researcher
Department of Physics,
Department of Earth and Environmental Science
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6316
E-mail: cabre@sas.upenn.edu

EDUCATION

2004-2008: Ph.D in Physics. (Cum Laude)
University of Barcelona, Spain

2006 – 2007: Master’s Degree in Teaching Science
University of Barcelona, Spain

2003-2005: Master's Degree in Astrophysics
University of Barcelona, Spain

1998-2003: Bachelors degree in Physics Degree
University of Barcelona, Spain


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2012 – present: Postdoctoral fellow with Irina Marinov in ocean and carbon cycle
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

2009 – 2012: Postdoctoral fellow with Bhuvnesh Jain
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

July 2008 – August 2009: Postdoctoral fellow with Enrique Gaztañaga
Spatial Studies Institute (IEEC-CSIC), Barcelona, Spain

1999 – 2001: Secondary school science teacher
Sadako, Barcelona, Spain

2007– 2009 Science talks
Libraries of Barcelona province


PUBLICATIONS

18 articles in prestigious science journals, 11 of these as 1st or 2nd author.


SHORT BIOGRAPHY
Anna Cabre is currently a postdoc in oceanography and climate change, working with Irina Marinov. She studied physics in Barcelona, Spain, and received her PhD in cosmology and astronomy in 2008 with Enrique Gaztanaga. After a short post-doc in Barcelona, she started a second post-doc at University of Pennsylvania with Bhuvnesh Jain. She has published 18 articles in prestigious science magazines, eleven of these as 1st or 2nd author.

She now applies the analytical skills she has developed in her cosmology and astrophysics studies to the field of climate change. Working in climate studies, she will make use of her experience as a physicist which has allowed her to gain significant experience analyzing large amounts of data, theoretical modeling and understanding the key questions and correlations underlying a variety of physical processes. She is excited about the idea of working in an interdisciplinary field such as climate change, and look forward to making a contribution as a physicist.


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