Dr. Stenchikov graduated with distinction from Moscow Physical-Technical Institute in 1973. He completed his Ph.D. in the Numerical and Analytical Study of Weak Plasma Turbulence at the Moscow Physical-Technical Institute in 1977. Afterward, he headed a department at the USSR Academy of Sciences, which used computational analysis to carry out crucial early research into the impact of humans on Earth’s climate and the climatic consequences of nuclear war. From 1992 until 1998, Dr. Stenchikov worked at the University of Maryland in the USA, after which he held a position as a Research Professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences of Rutgers University for over a decade. Since 2009, he has been a Professor and a Chair (until 2021) of the Earth Sciences and Engineering Program at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia. His work has brought significant advances in climate modeling, atmospheric physics, fluid dynamics, radiation transfer, and environmental sciences. Dr. Stenchikov contributed to the Nobel Prize-winning report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC-AR4 of 2007. For his work on climate impact modeling, Prof. Stenchikov was awarded a Prize from the Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union. In 2022 he received the Future of Life Institute award for developing and popularizing the science of nuclear winter.
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