Luxi Zhou

Dr. Luxi Zhou is an engineer in catastrophe fire modeling in Verisk’s research group. Previously, Luxi worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as an atmospheric scientist, investigating the impacts of wildfires and agriculture burns on air quality, and the impact of air quality on solar energy production. Prior to EPA, Luxi worked at University of Helsinki as graduate research assistant modeling atmospheric chemistry and new particle formation. She earned a BS, MS, and PhD in physics from the University of Helsinki, Finland.

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