Graduate StuDent
Paleoclimate dynamics and data science. Project: Modeling climate variability in the paleoclimate record using stochastic physical models (Hasselmann Models); and constraining the physics using hierarchical Bayesian models. Strong physics/math/statistics background required.
Openposition: Funding is available for a strong applicant in any of the current research areas of the CDDS group.
Postdoc
Opening: Paleoclimate dynamics and data science. Project: Modeling climate variability in the paleoclimate record using stochastic physical models (Hasselmann Models); and constraining the physics using hierarchical Bayesian models.
Fellowships: Contact the PI (Cristi) if you are interested in applying for a national postdoc fellowship (E.g. NSF, NOAA) and have Cristi be your host.



 NSF Atmospheric Sciences (proposals accepted anytime)
 NSF Ocean Sciences (Due: November 12, 2021)
 NOAA Climate and Global Change (C&GC) Fellowship (Due: January 7, 2022)
 James S. McDonnell Fellowship (Due: ~June 2022)


Undergrads
I am always looking for undergraduate student with strong quantitative backgrounds (including atmospheric sciences, geology, math, physics, statistics, computer science & engineering).
You do not need to wait until your senior year to start doing research. I am very interested in working with juniors, sophomores, and even freshmen.
Paid Research Position: Paleoclimate dynamics: Modeling climate variability in the paleoclimate record using stochastic physical models (Hasselmann Models); and constraining the physics using statistical model. Strong physics/math/statistics background required. (1215$/hr)
For Credit or Capstone: Contact me if you are interested in doing research either for credit or for a capstone project in any of the CDDS groups research areas.