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Giusy Fedele got a Master Degree in Sciences and Technologies of Navigation at the Parthenope University of Naples (summa cum Laude) in 2016. In 2020, she got a PhD cum Laude in Science and Management of Climate Change at the Cà Foscari University of Venice. The PhD program was held in collaboration with the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change, CMCC (Bologna). During the PhD she analyzed the Kuroshio Extension (KE) low frequency variability (LFV), inspecting the role of the internal mechanisms and external forcings on the KE LFV, working with ocean-only and coupled ocean-atmosphere models, evaluating the results against satellite observations. During the PhD she spent five months at the Institut des Géosciences de l’Environnement, IGE (Grenoble). From March 2020 to February 2021, she was a postdoc at the National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics, OGS (Trieste). Her research mainly focused on the study of the Atlantic Water and Levantine Water in the Mediterranean Sea, analyzing the ARGO floats data. From March 2021 she joined the CMCC, Climate Simulations and Prediction division, CSP (Bologna), as postdoctoral fellow. During this period, her research was mainly focused on the analysis of heatwaves over Europe taking advantage of the large CESM-DPLE ensemble, provided by NCAR. She was also involved in the development of the CMCC Decadal Prediction System. Starting from October 2021, she is currently a postdoc at the Regional Models and geo-Hydrological Impacts CMCC division, REMHI (Caserta), where she is the focal point for the AdriaClim, Framesport and Stream projects.