Фото Dr. Dominique Raynaud

Director of Research of the National Research Center in Grenoble, France.

Dr. Dominique Raynaud

Dominique Raynaud is the world-renowned specialist in the field of paleoclimatology and glaciology, Director of Research of the National Research Center in Grenoble (France), professor of the University of Grenoble I - Joseph Fourier, a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and a Foreign member of the Russian Academy of Science.

Dominique Raynaud won the Nobel Peace Prize as part of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in 2007 for his efforts to build up and disseminate advanced knowledge of the human-induced climate change.

The professor visited Tyumen at the personal invitation of the rector of the University of Tyumen to take part in the anniversary events of the University, to meet with UT research laboratory teams, and to discuss with UT leaders and scientists prospects of cooperation with the Research Laboratory of Glaciology and Geophysics of the Environment of the University of Grenoble I - Joseph Fourier and the National Research Centre of France.

Mr. Raynaud gave an open lecture "Ice archives of the past and the present state of our planet's climate. Cooperation with Russian scientists and glaciologists" gathered about 200 attendees - teachers and students of TSU, mainly from the Institute of Earth Sciences.

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