Paolo is a researcher at INGV (National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology) and at CMCC (Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change). With a PhD in Marine Environmental Science at Bologna University, with a dissertation entitled “Numerical predictions of the Adriatic Sea circulations and its coastal areas regimes”, in 2005 he started working as a researcher at INGV, specializing in the field of numerical modelling applied to physical oceanography. His main research activities are focused on the mathematical aspect of the lateral open boundary condition problem treatment and statistical methods to improve model predictability (Super-Ensemble techniques). Recently in MyOcean and in MyOcean2, as the responsible for model development and R&D. Since 2011 representing INGV in the NEMO (Nucleus for the Environmental modelling of the Ocean) consortium. Since 2007 Paolo has been teaching “Introduction to Physical Oceanography” in the PhD Course in “Science and management of climate change” at University Cà Foscari (Venice, Italy).