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Christopher Keller

Dr. Christoph Keller’s research is focused on improving the representation of reactive trace gases in atmospheric models. He uses the GEOS-Chem chemistry module within the GEOS Earth System model to simulate and better understand the evolution of air pollutants such as ozone and nitrogen dioxide. He uses atmospheric observations to further improve model constraints, in particular emissions. He also develops new methods to emulate processes relevant to atmospheric chemistry based on machine learning. Keller is the principal developer of the GEOS composition forecast (GEOS-CF) model.

Posts by Christopher Keller

Data Science

NASA and NVIDIA Collaborate to Accelerate Scientific Data Science Use Cases, Part 2

This is the second post in a series that will discuss the results from an air pollution monitoring use case conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic… 6 MIN READ
Data Science

NASA and NVIDIA Collaborate to Accelerate Scientific Data Science Use Cases, Part 1

Over the past couple of years, NVIDIA and NASA have been working closely on accelerating data science workflows using RAPIDS and integrating these GPU… 7 MIN READ