Stéphane Gaudreault

Numerical modeling specialist - Mathematician
Environment and Climate Change Canada

Current research and/or projects

Research in numerical weather prediction

  • Numerical Weather Prediction model development
  • Numerical methods for atmosphere and ocean and their efficient implementation on parallel supercomputers
  • Domain Decomposition Methods

Education and awards

M.Sc.A in Applied mathematics, École Polytechnique de Montréal, 2006

B.Sc. in Computer science, Université de Montréal, 2001

Key publications

McKeen, S., Grell, G., Peckham, S., Wilczak, J., Djalalova, I., Hsie, E., Mathur, R. (2009). An evaluation of real-time air quality forecasts and their urban emissions over eastern texas during the summer of 2006 second texas air quality study field study. Journal of Geophysical Research D: Atmospheres, 114(12)

Guilbeault, X., Gaudreault, S., Crevier, L. -., Landry, H., Ménard, S., & Martin, J. (2005). A framework for the verification of air quality forecasting models using self-organizing feature maps. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, , 4 2302-2307.

Bouchet VS, Ménard S, Gaudreault S, Cousineau S, Moffet R, Crevier L-P, Gong W, Makar PA, Moran MD, Pabla B (2004) “Real-time regional air quality modelling in support of the ICARTT 2004 campaign”. Proc. 27th NATO/CCMS ITM on Air Pollution Modelling and Its Application, Banff, Canada, October 25–29. [See also Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application XVII, 2007, CBorrego and A-L Norman, Eds., Springer, New York].