News Archive

  • Mattia Almansi won the Benton Award for best graduate student paper in the last year!
  • Ali Siddiqui joined the group as a graduate student.
  • Megan Sullivan completed her senior thesis on “A 1-D approach to modeling the Bermuda Atlantic Time Series (BATS) biogeochemical cycling”!
  • Atousa Saberi joined the group as a graduate student.
  • Richard Kelson finished his senior thesis on “Using a simple buoyancy-driven model to simulate meridional overturning circulations in the Atlantic Ocean and the Nordic Seas”!
  • Check out media coverage in the Washington Post (and here).
  • Dr. Aleksi Nummelin joined the group as a postdoc after completing his PhD in Bergen, Norway.
  • Alex Fuller completed his PhD!  Alex is now a hydraulic simulation engineer in Germany.
  • Check out media coverage in the Washington Post.
  • Richard Kelson joined the group as an undergraduate researcher.
  • Dr. Renske Gelderloos started as an Assistant Research Scientist.
  • Mattia Almansi joined the group as a graduate student.
  • Inga Koszalka started a junior professor job at Geomar, Kiel, Germany.
  • Tom won a Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research and Teaching in 2014.
  • Stephen Jeffress won an award for the best Journal Club presentation in Earth & Planetary Sciences this year!
  • Stephen Jeffress’ poster won the Best Student Paper Award at the 19th Atmospheric & Oceanic Fluid Dynamics meeting. Awesome!
  • Stephen Jeffress won the “Judges Choice” award for his IGERT movie. Check it out!
  • Our work has been featured on the federal Research.gov  “Science Highlights” web page.
  • Former PhD student Paul Williams has won a Leverhulme Prize. Well done Paul!
  • Tom became Morton K. Blaustein Professor and Chair of Earth & Planetary Sciences.
  • Check out media coverage at: warmer, fresher, worrisome.
  • Check out media coverage on Big Data.
  • Dr. Kial Stewart joined the group in January 2012 from the Australian National University.
  • Dr. Inga Koszalka has joined us from the University of Oslo, Norway.
  • Ben Warfield has joined the group as a graduate student from Stanford.
  • Robbie Nedbor-Gross finished his EPS Senior Thesis on “Comparison of the Balanced Vortex Experiment to Real World Hurricanes.”
  • Check out recent media coverage of the group at Charting ocean currents with a cutting-edge supercomputer and MITgcm News and Information.
  • RunnersBarry Klinger and I are writing a graduate level text called Ocean Circulation in Three Dimensions.
  • Alex Fuller and Stephen Jeffress have joined the group.
  • Some of us enjoy running with the Hopkins Harriers (see the Gazette article). My ultra running page.