|Institution||Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto|
|Key Words / Areas of Interest||Satellite Altimetry, Coastal Satellite Altimetry, Sea Level and Ocean Circulation, Range Corrections for Satellite Altimetry, Atmosphere-ocean interaction|
|Expertise Sought||Collaboration sought in the following topics:
– Improvement of corrections (mainly atmospheric range corrections) and data products in Satellite Altimetry
– Sea level and ocean circulation observation using Remote Sensing
– Time-varying relationship between teleconnection patterns and sea level and ocean circulation
Clara Lázaro is an assistant professor at Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto (FCUP). She holds a Ph.D. in Surveying Engineering from FCUP (2008). She has expert-level knowledge of Satellite Altimetry applied to Oceanography. Currently, her research focuses on studying the sea level change and variability using Satellite Altimetry and on the development of methodologies for the computation of an improved atmospheric range corrections for Coastal Altimetry. Clara has been involved in many national and international research projects related to the development of the GNSS-derived Path Delay (GPD) methodology for the computation of the WTC for Satellite Altimetry. Most recently, she has been involved in the analysis of the relationship between teleconnection patterns and sea level and ocean circulation in the North Atlantic Ocean.