Co-Director, Undergraduate Program in
Office: Hogan Hall B-102
Phone: (212) 854-7529
Thesis: Paleoclimate Model-Data Comparisons of Hydroclimate over North America with a Focus on Megadroughts
Now a postdoctoral fellow in the Advanced Study Program at the National Center for Atmospheric Research
Now a graduate student in Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington
Now a graduate student at Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Now a graduate student in the Dept. of Environmental Sciences at Columbia University
Now a PhD Candidate in the MIT-WHOI Joint Program
2014 PhD: Tri-Institutional Training Program in Computational Biology and Medicine at Cornell University
Now an Assoicate Scientist of Bioinformatics at Genentech
Our work at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and affiliated EI units is inherently interdisciplinary. Our group actively collaborates with many researchers across the Lamont and Columbia campuses including the following closely affiliated colleagues.
Are you interested in joining our group?
Our group regularly has opportunities for research positions at the undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral levels. Undergraduate opportunites are available through the Lamont Summer Internship and the EI Research Assistantship programs. We accept graduate students through the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (apply here). Postdoctoral opportunties are available through the Lamont Postdoctoral Fellowship and the EI Postdoctoral Fellowship programs. Our group and the OCP Division also regularly host NOAA and NSF Postdoctoral Fellows. Contact Jason Smerdon if you have questions about applying for one of these specific programs or would like to inquire generally about our current research opportunties.
Project: Reconstructing pre-industrial climate change and crop yields over the past millennium
Currently Affiliated Students