Current Graduate Students
Miguel Angel Urias-Jimenez
Research Engineer: David Darr
Past PhD students
Andrew Shao, Summer 2010-Winter 2016, PhD Granted Winter 2016. Co-Advisor Sabine Mecking. Ph.D. Thesis Title: The response of thermocline ventilation to variability at the ocean surface from observations and offline tracer modeling
Currently post-doctoral fellow at the University of Victora, British Columbia
Jinting Zhang, Fall 2008-2015, PhD Granted Spring, 2015. Co-advisor with Kathie Kelly.
PhD Thesis Title: Variability of Large–scale Ocean Circulation and Meridional Heat Transport in the Atlantic Ocean
Currently data Scientist at American Express, New York, New York
Kyle Armour (Physics) Summer 2007 to Spring 2012. PhD granted spring 2012. Co-advisor with Cecilia Bitz, Atmospheric Sciences.
Ph.D. Thesis Title: Reversible decline of the Arctic sea ice cover and committed climate warming due to greenhouse gas emissions
Currently Assistant Professor UW School of Oceanography and Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Chuanli Jiang, Fall 2002 to Fall 2008. M. S. Winter, 2005 Co-advisor with Kathie Kelly, PhD granted Fall 2008.
M. S. Thesis Title: Evaluation of a hybrid satellite and NWP based turbulent heat ﬂux product using TAO buoys PhD. Thesis Title: The role of Horizontal Advection in SST Variability in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific: Influence of QuikSCAT winds
Currently Data Scientist at SEIU Benefits Group.
David Trossman, M.S. Summer 2007, Summer 2008-Spring 2011. M. S. Thesis Title: Estimates of North Atlantic Ventilation and Mode Water Formation for Winters 2002-2006. PhD Granted Spring. PhD Thesis Title: Advection–Diffusion Process Inference via Statistical Oceanographic Methods in the North Atlantic and Southern Oceans,
Currently University of Texas at Austin, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
Jimmy Booth (Atmospheric Sciences) Summer 2007 to Summer 2010, co-advisor Jerome Patoux (Atmospheric Sciences), PhD Granted Summer 2010.PhD Thesis Title: The Role of the Gulf Stream in Midlatitude Storm. Intensification.
Currently, Assistant Professor, City College of New York
Jordan Dawe, Fall 1999 M.S. Spring 2002, Ph. D. granted winter 2006. M.S. Thesis Title: Viscosity–dependent internal variability in a model of the North Pacific. PhD. Thesis Title: Aspects of Modeling the North Pacific Ocean Data scientist Unbounce, Vancouver, British Columbia
Carol Ladd, Summer 1994-2000, M. S. granted spring 1996, PhD Spring, 2000 M.S. Thesis Title: The influence of eddies on tracer transport in the abyssal ocean. PhD. Thesis title: North Pacific Mode Waters: Formation and Variability. Oceanographer, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Emmanuel Boss, Spring 1993-Fall 1996, Ph. D. granted fall 1996. Ph.D. Thesis Title: Dynamics of Potential Vorticity Fronts. Professor, University of Maine
Past Postdoctoral Scholars
Frederic Vivier (with Kathie Kelly, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France)
Ivan Lima (with Steve Emerson and Paul Quay) research specialist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Curtis Deutsch (with Steve Emerson), Associate Professor at UW
Taka Ito JISAO post-doc, Associate Professor at Georgia Tech University
Susan Bates (with Kathie Kelly) project scientist at National Center for Atmospheric Research
Jessica Kleiss (with Kathie Kelly), Assistant Professor at Lewis and Clark College
Wei Cheng, Oceanographer at JISAO/NOAA/PMEL
Andrew Davis, Seattle, WA
Helma Lindow, Stockholm, Sweden