Aissatou Faye Urban air pollution, land-use regression modeling, satellite nitrogen dioxide analysis, traffic pollution, interactions between urbanization and climate change. Education and appointments Postdoctoral Fellow, Environmental Resilience Institute, University of Virginia, 2020–present Ph.D. West African Climate Systems, West African Science Service Center on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL), Federal University of Technology Akure, 2016–2019 M.S. Meteorology, Oceanography and Management of Arid Areas, Ecole Supèrieure Polytechnique, Cheikh Anta Diop University, 2012–2013 M.Sc. Physics and Applications, Faculty of Science and Technology, Cheikh Anta Diop University, 2011–2012 Awards WASCAL Doctoral Research Programme Scholarship, 2016–2019 International Panel on Climate Change Scholarship Programme, 2017–2019 Publications Sylla, M. B., Faye, A., Giorgi, F., Diedhiou, A., and Kunstmann, H.: Projected heat stress under 1.5oC and 2oC global warming scenarios creates unprecedented discomfort for humans in West Africa, Earth’s Future, 6(7), 1029–1044, doi:10.1029/2018EF000873, 2018. Sylla, M. B., Faye, A., Klutse, N. A. B., and Dimobe, K.: Projected increased risk of water deficit over major West African river basins under future climates, Climatic Change, 151(2), 247–258, doi:10.1007/s10584-018-2308-x, 2018. Sylla, M. B., Pal, J. S., Faye, A., Dimobe, K., and Kunstmann, H.: Climate change to severely impact West African basin scale irrigation in 2oC and 1.5oC global warming scenarios, Sci. Rep., 8(1), 14395, doi:10.1038/s41598-018-32736-0, 2018. Presentations Assessing Nitrogen Dioxide Intra-urban Spatial Variability in the West African City of Dakar, Senegal, American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, A111-0005, virtual, December 2020, poster.