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Min-Seop Ahn, 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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Blaz Gasparini, Research Associate


Blaz Gasparini
Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, ETH Zürich

Impacts of clouds on climate, cloud (micro)physics with a focus on high clouds, their description in climate models, and their cloud radiative effects,  geoengineering.

Room: ATG 714
Email: blazg@uw.edu


Jinming Ge, see Visitors


Kevin Haghi, Research Associate

Kevin Haghi
Ph.D., Meteorology, University of Oklahoma
Wave dynamics, operational forecasting of atmospheric bores, sensitivity of lower-tropospheric gravity waves to changes/errors in initial conditions.
Room: ATG 318
Email: khaghi@uw.edu

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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Jing Su, 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

Nic Wayand, Research Associate


Nic Wayand
Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington
Sea ice prediction, remote sensing, snowpack, hydrology.
Room: ATG 516
Email: nicway@uw.edu

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 316

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

Xiaoli Zhou, 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: 06.13.18