Keynotes by Kim Cobbs focus on global climate change and how climate change can be improved for the future. As a climatologist and Associate Professor for the faculty of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Institute of Technology, she is well-versed in the topics of environmental and climate concerns. In terms of her education Kobbs earned a Ph.D. in Oceangraph from Scripps Institute of Oceanography and a B.S. in Geology and Biology from Yale University.
Kobbs is best known for her reconstructive work for tropical Pacific climates; notably she was the first ever to successfully generate a high-resolution record of weather conditions in that region. As a result of her work, Cobbs has won a variety of awards including the NSF Career Award, the Presidential Early Career Award from Scientists and Engineers and the Georgia Tech Education Partnership Award.
Kobbs's work has been featured in publications such as Planetary Science Letters and Nature and Earth. With vivacious energy and extensive knowledge of her subject matter, keynotes by Kim Cobbs contribute intelligent insights and meaningful approaches to the issue of climate change.