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CZECHGLOBE
Global Change Research Institute, CAS
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doc. RNDr. Jan Kyselý, Ph.D.

Position: senior researcher

Branch: Department of Climate Modelling

Workplace: ÚVGZ AV ČR, v. v. i.Bělidla 4aBrno603 00

Email: kysely.j@czechglobe.cz

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Research Focus

climate variability and change, extreme value analysis, statistical modelling, human biometeorology, validation of climate models, impacts of climate variability and change

Education

– graduated in physics (specialization: meteorology and climatology), Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, CharlesUniversity, Prague (1997)

– PhD study, Dept. of Meteorology and Environment Protection, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, CharlesUniversity, Prague (1997-2000)

– PhD thesis (‘Changes in the occurrence of extreme temperature events’) defended in February 2001

Appointments

−     1996-: Institute of Atmospheric Physics CAS (senior researcher since 2005; scientific secretary of IAP 2003-2016, member of Scientific Board 2004-2006, deputy head of Dept. of Climatology since 2007, member of Board of IAP since 2012, head of the Dept. of Climatology since 2016)

−     2011-2014: Technical University of Liberec, Dept. of Applied Mathematics (part-time position)

−     2013-: Global Change Research Institute CAS (former Global Change Research Centre CAS) – part-time position

Awards

–      WMO Professor Mariolopoulos Award (2011) “for an outstanding research paper in atmospheric sciences”

–      EMS Young Scientist Award (2006) for a collection of high-quality papers published during previous 3 years – the annual prize of the European Meteorological Society awarded to a scientist under 32 years of age

–      the Tromp Scientific Award (2005) for an excellent paper in biometeorology – the prize is given by the International Society of Biometeorology once in 3 years to a scientist under 35 years of age

Membership

European Geosciences Union, American Meteorological Society

Brief scientometrics

70+ papers in WoS

1200+ citations in WoS

H-index: 23 (as of February 2016)