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Dr. Isabella Osetinsky-Tzidaki
Passionate About Inspiring Others

Hi, we at ICCLIPP enjoy tackling the climatological and meteorological tasks with the math tools which we either adopt and then fit ad hoc or develop by ourselves to get to a high quality, elegant and fast solution. However, we are sure the greater joy is waiting for us just around the corner. There, many professionals who happen to specialize in not very math-immersing fields, have been looking for some understandable, applicable and affordable help in getting the best solution for various math-involving matters. We would be happy to share our experience with them.

*** Are you in need of completing your meteorological archive where missing data are not uncommon at the monthly, daily or sub-daily timescale?

*** Are you in need of estimating your meteorological station data for the high quantiles which are far beyond your station lifetime period?

*** Are you in need of understanding the basics of the General Circulation Models output's statistical downscaling?

When any of the above is "yes", go ahead and get in touch with the ICCLIPP team.


Dr. Isabella Osetinsky-Tzidaki,

the ICCLIPP founder.

About a founder's education
About a founder's experience
  • 2006: PhD in Atmospheric Sciences, Tel Aviv University, Israel. Thesis: “Climate Changes over the E. Mediterranean – A Synoptic Systems Classification Approach”.

  • 1995: MSc. in Water Resources Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel. Thesis: “Forecasting the Dead Sea Levels by Harmonic Analysis”.

  • 1983: MSc. in Automatics and Remote Control, The Leningrad Institute of Railway Engineers, USSR. Thesis: “Developing the New Kinds of the Railway Station Coded Control Systems”.

Israeli Consulting in Climatological Projects and Practices, 2019 - now

Providing expert opinions on meteorological conditions and climatological background for attorneys dealing with damages and losses due to weather events.

Cooperation with Jerusalem College of Technology, 2020 - now

Evaluation of satellite estimates of rainfall intensity and their applicability over Israel.

Israel Meteorological Service, 2007-2019 :

Developing, adopting, fitting, and implementing various techniques of mathematical statistics for:

  • Complex climatological projects;

  • Completing missing data at timescales from monthly to sub-daily;

  • Temporal downscaling of temperature data;

  • Model Output Statistics;

  • Extreme value analysis of wind speed and precipitation;

  • Calculating distribution parameters for Standardized Precipitation Index map at 1km x 1km scale;

  • Data Quality Control algorithms; etc.

The Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction Lab., Hydrometeor. Inst., Leningrad, Russia, until 1990 

Seasonal and long-term forecast of sea surface temperature, ice coverage, large water bodies' levels, river discharge etc.

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