Stefania Ciliberti is an Environmental Engineer and she holds a Ph.D. in Hydraulic Environmental Engineering in 2012 from the University of Calabria (Italy).
Since 2012, she is Research Scientist at CMCC Ocean Predictions and Applications Division and since 2015 she is leading the Research and Innovations in Forecasting working group.
Her research activities are mainly dedicated on ocean circulation for operational oceanography in the Black Sea and to research-to-operations workflows. She is the Deputy Leader of the Black Sea Monitoring and Forecasting Centre (BS-MFC) for Copernicus Marine Service, guaranteeing service evolution and continuous production and delivery of data for the Black Sea ocean state. She is member of the NEMO System and Development Team.
Since 2016, she is Permanent Representative of Italy within WMO for the Global Data Processing and Forecasting Systems Group and Member of its Steering Group. Since 2019, she is member of the Expert Team on Operational Ocean Forecasting (ETOOFS) within IOC-WMO.
- Copernicus Marine Service Ocean State Report, Issue 4
- From observation to information and users: the Copernicus Marine Service perspective
- Black Sea Observing System
- River runoff influences on the Central Mediterranean overturning circulation