Kyle ArmourPostdoc Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
Kyle’s primary research interests are climate dynamics, including sea ice, the general circulation of the atmosphere and oceans, and global climate change. His recent work has focused on Arctic sea ice loss, atmospheric feedbacks and climate sensitivity, and the role of the ocean in setting the timescales and geographic patterns of climate variability and change.
Jean-Michel CampinResearch Scientist Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
Jean-Michel is interested in the role of the ocean in past climate variations using numerical models. Development and improvement of climate model components, especially Ocean General Circulation Model, with a particular interest in numerical methods.
Darius CollazoAdministrative Assistant Work Phone: 617-253-0251work Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
Aaron DonohoePostdoc Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
Aaron studies global scale climate dynamics with a focus on how energy moves through the climate system via radiative and dynamical processes. His most recent work has focused on the controls of the meridional heat transport in the climate system and the seasonal cycle of atmospheric temperature. He’s also interested in mid-latitude atmospheric dynamics (storms) and paleoclimate.
Darren EngwirdaPostdoc Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET
Darren’s interest is in developing ocean models for climate research.
Brian GreenGraduate Student Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
Brian’s my major interests lie in ocean dynamics, their role in climate, and the use of numerical techniques to model them.
Ute HausmannPostdoc Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
Ute is interested in the roles of the ocean and of
ocean-atmosphere interactions in the climate system.
Most recently, her PhD research addressed the observed
contribution of ocean mesoscale eddies to sea surface
temperature variability and mixed-layer heat transport.
Christopher KlingshirnUndergrad (UROP) Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
Chris is an MIT undergraduate student in Physics with an interest in its applications to the study of climate. In the summer of 2012, he began conducting UROP research in John Marshall’s group to investigate relationships between Arctic sea ice and small-scale eddies by using a numerical model. In his free time, he maintains an experimental weather Web site for MIT at forecast.mit.edu.
Yavor KostovGraduate Student Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
Yavor is interested in developing simple climate models.
John MarshallProfessor of Oceanography Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
John is interested in climate and the general circulation of the atmosphere and oceans, which he studies through the development of mathematical and numerical models of key physical and biogeochemical processes. His research has focused on problems of ocean circulation involving interactions between motions on different scales, using theory, laboratory experiments, observations and innovative approaches to global ocean modeling pioneered by his group at MIT. He is Director of MIT’s Climate Modeling Initiative.
Hajoon SongPostdoc Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
Hajoon studies climate change and its impacts on marine ecosystem, physical and biological interactions and air-sea interactions. He is also interested in data assimilation of coupled physical-biological oceanic system and adjoint-based sensitivity analysis.
Eric StansiferGrad Student Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
Large-scale physical climate dynamics and modeling
Genevieve WanuchaScience Writer Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
Genevieve (MIT, SM. ’09) is the science writer for Oceans at MIT, where she reports on ocean and climate-related research unfolding at MIT and WHOI. She welcomes story comments and ideas from students, research scientists, and professors.