New Awards and Fellowships
Understanding, Modelling & Predicting
My research focuses on the dynamics of the climate system. The main emphasis of my work is to study the influence of the ocean on local and global scales, through the analysis of observations and a hierarchy of numerical simulations. Recently, I have worked on a wide range of topics including ocean redistribution of heat and carbon under climate change, regional sea level rise, air-sea coupling and predictability in mid-latitudes, ocean turbulence in climate models, and uncertainty quantification.
PhD in Climate Dynamics, 2009
MSc in Environmental Sciences, 2003
Weizmann Institute of Science
BSc in Atmospheric Science, 2001
Tel Aviv University
Ocean Heat Content and Thermosteric Sea Level Update: 1870-2018
led by PhD student Tom Bolton
Bold = Student or postdoc in the Climate & Ocean Physics Group
In Oxford, I act as Undergraduate Tutor for 1st and 3rd year Physics (Wadham College), Undergraduate Lecturer in Physics (Physics of the Oceans & Atmospheres), Graduate Lecturer in the Doctoral Training Programme (Climate Dynamics; Advanced Quantitative Tools).
– I will be joining New York University as faculty at the Courant Institute and the Center for Data Science in the fall 2019. I therefore won’t be accepting new PhD/DPhil or Postdoc applicants to Oxford at this time.
– New opportunities for postdocs or researchers to join me at NYU/Courant: If you are interested in working on combining climate dynamics and machine learning, apply here. The topic of research is flexible. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Note that only applications submitted in full via Interfolio will be considered.
– I am also accepting possible PhD students through the NYU CAOS graduate program, and applicants for the following fellowships: James S. McDonnell, NSF Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, NSF Earth Sciences, NOAA Climate & Global Change, NYU Courant instructors. Be in touch at email@example.com if you are thinking of applying.