Eric obtained his PhD in experimental particle physics at the University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. After finishing his PhD, he joined University College London as a research associate, being based at the CERN laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland. Here he worked on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). In addition to analysing the vast amounts of data produced by the ATLAS detector, he was responsible for the data visualisation software and its operation in the detector control room.
In 2015 he moved to CMCC in Lecce, where he is working in the Ocean Predictions and Applications division. His research currently focuses on modelling the trajectories of persons and objects lost at sea for search-and-rescue purposes.
- The Black Sea Physics Analysis and Forecasting System within the Framework of the Copernicus Marine Service
- Climate Signals in the Black Sea From a Multidecadal Eddy-Resolving Reanalysis
- Monitoring and Forecasting the Ocean State and Biogeochemical Processes in the Black Sea: Recent Developments in the Copernicus Marine Service
- Using canonical correlation analysis to produce dynamically based and highly efficient statistical observation operators
- Modeling the near-surface diurnal cycle of sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean Sea
- Drift simulation of MH370 debris using superensemble techniques