Faculty: Research Associate & Postdoctoral Researcher

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Ahn, Min-Seop, see Visitors

Daniel Amrhein, see Visitors



Noah Brenowitz, Research Associate


Noah Brenowitz
Ph.D., Atmosphere-Ocean Science and Mathematics, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
Tropical meteorology, moist convection parametrization, machine learning.
Room: ATG 622
Email: nbren12@uw.edu


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Milan Curcic, Research Associate


Milan Curcic
Ph.D., Meteorology and Physical Oceanography, University of Miami
Earth system modeling and software design, air-sea interaction, especially wind-wave and wave-current interactions, numerical methods and high performance computing.
Email: mcurcic@uw.edu


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Hannah Horowitz, Research Associate


Hannah Horowitz
Ph.D., Earth & Planetary Sciences, Harvard University
Anthropogenic impacts on climate & the environment: sea-salt aerosol from sea ice, chemistry-climate interactions, atmospheric chemistry modeling, mercury biogeochemistry.
Room: ATG 420
Email: hmhorow@uw.edu

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Ben Lee, Research Associate


Ph.D., Engineering Sciences, Harvard University
Development and field-deployment of a dual-laser absorption spectrometer to measure atmospheric HONO and NO at a New England forest.
Room: ATG 511
Email: benhlee@uw.edu

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Brett Palm, Research Associate

Brett Palm
Ph.D., Atmospheric Chemistry, University of Colorado at Boulder
Atmospheric chemistry; secondary organic aerosol formation and composition; biomass burning emissions; mass spectrometry.
Room: ATG 511
Email: bbpalm@uw.edu


Cristian Proistosescu, Research Associate


Ph.D., Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University

Climate sensitivity, paleoclimate, statistics

Room: ACC 172 / JHN 377C

Email: cproist@atmos.uw.edu

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Andrew Rhines, Research Associate

Ph.D., Applied Math, Harvard University
Past and Future Climate Variability: Extremes, Scaling, and Dynamics.
Room: ATG 318
Phone: (206) 543-4596

Email: arhines@atmos.uw.edu


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Malte Stuecker, Visiting Scientist

see Visitors

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Michelle Tigchelaar, Research Associate


Michelle Tigchelaar
Ph.D., Physical Oceanography, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Nonlinear rectification of Quaternary climate drivers at high and low latitudes.
Room: ATG 318
Email: tigchelaar@atmos.uw.edu

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Oliver Watt-Meyer, see Visitors

Rachel White, Research Associate

Ph.D., Atmospheric Physics, Imperial College London
Dynamical climate modeling; atmosphere-ocean coupling; topographic effects on general circulation, jet streams and storm-tracks; impacts of tropical deforestation
Room: ATG 428

Email: rhwhite@uw.edu


Robert Wills, Research Associate


Ph.D., Environmental Science and Engineering, California Institute of Technology
Decadal variability of the Earth's atmosphere and ocean using a hierarchy of climate models.
Room: ATG 712
Email: rcwills@uw.edu

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Hannah Zanowski, Research Associate


Hanna Zanowski
Ph.D., Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Princeton University

Large scale ocean physics.

Room: ACC 172
Email: zanowski@uw.edu



Yongfei Zhang, Research Associate


Yongfei Zhang
Ph.D., Climate Dynamics, University of Texas
Multivariate land snow data assimilation in the Northern Hemisphere: Development, evaluation and uncertainty quantification of the extensible data assimilation system.
Room: ATG 516
Phone: (206) 543-7180
Email: yz4362@uw.edu

Yue Zhao,
Research Associate

Yue Zhao
Ph.D., Environmental Chemistry, Peking University
Heterogeneous reaction of gaseous hydrogen peroxide and its role in the oxidation of oxygenated organic compounds on mineral dust particles.
Room: ATG 511
Email: yuezhao@uw.edu

Qi Zhong
, see Visitors

Xiaoli Zhou, Visiting Scientist/Research Associate

Xiaoli Zhou
Ph.D., Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences, McGill University
The evolution of mesoscale variability and cloud-aerosol interaction in cloud-top boundary layers, primarily using cloud-resolving and large-eddy simulation models.
Room: ATG 611
Email: xiaoliz@uw.edu

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Revised: 10.09.17