Gualdi Silvio

via C. Berti Pichat 6/2 - 40127 Bologna, Italy

+39 051-0301605

Dr Gualdi is Senior Scientist at the Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC) where he leads the “Climate Simulations and Predictions” Division (CSP) and Primo ricercatore at the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV). He holds a degree in Physics from the University of Modena (Italy) and a PhD in Geophysics from the University of Hamburg (Germany) and has more than 25 years of experience in climate modeling and predictions. During this period, he has contributed to the development of a number of climate models (e.g., SINTEX, INGV–SXG, CMCC–CM), used to perform climate scenario simulations and projections (CMIP3, CMIP5), and has contributed to numerous EU–Project in the field of climate predictions (e.g., DEMETER, ENSEMBLES, CIRCE, COMBINE, EUCP, MEDSCOPE and many others). Since 2015 he is leading the CMCC contribution to the C3S operational, multi–model seasonal forecasting system. Dr. Gualdi is currently President of the Società Italiana per le Scienze del Clima (SISC)and he is author of more than 90 peer-reviewed publications (WOS h-index = 30).


  • TN0288 - The new CMCC Operational Seasonal Prediction System SPS3.5
  • The typhoon-induced drying of the Maritime Continent
  • Evaluating the applicability of using daily forecasts from seasonal prediction systems (SPSs) for agriculture: a case study of Nepal’s Terai with the NCEP CFSv2
  • Multi-model subseasonal forecasts of spring cold spells: potential value for the hazelnut agribusiness
  • Global variability of simulated and observed vegetation growing season
  • Assessment of Climate Change Impacts in the North Adriatic Coastal Area. Part I: A Multi-Model Chain for the Definition of Climate Change Hazard Scenarios
  • Global Mean Climate and Main Patterns of Variability in the CMCC-CM2 Coupled Model
  • Using daily data from seasonal forecasts in dynamic crop models for yield prediction: A case study for rice in Nepal’s Terai
  • Remote subsurface ocean temperature as a predictor of Atlantic hurricane activity
  • Extreme precipitation events over north-western Europe: getting water from the tropics

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