Farah Hariri

Dr. Farah Hariri is a senior physicist and technologist at NVIDIA. She is the technical lead for the team working on climate change and energy transition for NVIDIA Earth-2. Her activities include building digital twins of the Earth for climate change mitigation and adaptation powered by E-2, which will be the world’s first AI digital twin supercomputer. Farah has a broad technical background in theoretical and nuclear physics, climate and energy transition technologies, numerical modeling, and artificial intelligence. Before joining NVIDIA, she worked on climate and energy policy frameworks and has lead various research projects at CERN, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), and the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA).
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Posts by Farah Hariri

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Simulation / Modeling / Design

Using Carbon Capture and Storage Digital Twins for Net Zero Strategies

CO2 capture and storage technologies (CCS) catch CO2 from its production source, compress it, transport it through pipelines or by ships, and store it... 13 MIN READ
Simulation / Modeling / Design

Accelerating Climate Change Mitigation with Machine Learning: The Case of Carbon Storage

Climate change mitigation is about reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The worldwide goal is to reach net zero, which means balancing the amount of GHG... 11 MIN READ
Simulation / Modeling / Design

Scaling Inference in High Energy Particle Physics at Fermilab Using NVIDIA Triton Inference Server

High-energy physics research aims to understand the mysteries of the universe by describing the fundamental constituents of matter and the interactions between... 9 MIN READ