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Atmospheric dynamics @ Stanford

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Our group studies fundamental questions in atmospheric dynamics across length and timescales, using a combination of theory, observations, and both idealized and comprehensive numerical experiments. Current areas of focus include the dynamics of the mid-latitude jets and storm tracks, the stratospheric polar vortex, and gravity waves.

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Recruiting PhD Students and postdocs

I will have an opening for a graduate student to start with me in Fall 2024. A strong background in math/physics/engineering (involving fluid dynamics) is required, and relevant research experience would be a bonus. Interested students are encouraged to contact me directly.

I am excited to collaborate with promising postdoctoral scientists. If you are approaching the end of your Ph.D. and would like to discuss possibilities or work with me on putting together your postdoctoral fellowship application (for, e.g., the NSF fellowshipNOAA Climate and Global Change Fellowship, etc.), please send me an email