Understanding, Modelling & Predicting
My research focuses on the dynamics of the climate system. The main emphasis 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 under climate change, regional sea level rise, air-sea coupling and predictability in mid-latitudes, ocean turbulence in climate models.
PhD in Climate Dynamics, 2009
MSc in Environmental Sciences, 2003
Weizmann Institute of Science
BSc in Atmospheric Physics, 2001
Tel Aviv University
In Oxford, I act as:
– Undergraduate Tutor
– Undergraduate Lecturer
– Graduate Lecturer
If you are motivated, hard-working and excited to pursue research in climate and ocean physics at Oxford, feel free to get in touch with me.
If you have a strong math or physics background, see details on the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics website.
– Postdocs and Research Fellowships: Many internal and external fellowships are available if you are interested in joining our group. Please be in touch as soon as possible if you are planning to apply for the fellowships below.
2 Postdoctoral Research Assistants in Climate and Ocean Physics to be advertised soon (around Feb 2018), with start date in spring/summer 2018
NERC Postdoctoral and Advanced Research Fellowships: deadline October
Royal Society University Research Fellowships: deadline Sep/Oct
Marie Curie Fellowships: deadline Sep/Oct
Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 Research Fellowships: deadline February
Newton International Fellowships: deadline April
Leverhulme Research Fellowships: deadline Oct/Nov
Junior/Senior Research Fellowships at Oxford Colleges: deadline variable
MPLS Glasstone Research Fellowship: deadline Oct/ Nov