Teaching

NEW:

The 2019 ECCO Summer School: “Global Ocean State & Parameter Estimation: From Methods to Applications in Oceanographic Research“, Friday Harbor Laboratories, UW, Friday Harbor (WA)

 

Advanced Climate Dynamics Courses (ACDC)

The Advanced Climate Dynamics Courses (ACDC) are a joint UiB – UW – UT Austin – WHOI – SIO – Harvard annual course series:

 

Teaching at UT Austin

  • Fall 2018: CSE 389C (code 66520) and M E 397 (code 18685):
    Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Science and Engineering I (Continuum Mechanics, Electrodynamics, and Quantum Mechanics)
  • Spring 2018: GEO 371T (code 26509) and GEO 391 (code 26667):
    Physical Oceanography
  • Fall 2017: CSE 389C (code 65810) and M E 397 (code 18615):
    Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Science and Engineering I (Continuum Mechanics, Electrodynamics, and Quantum Mechanics)
  • Fall 2016: GEO 391 (code 27391):
    Introduction to Ocean Modeling

 

Other Schools or Courses

  • October 2014:
    Forum for Arctic Modeling & Observational Synthesis (FAMOS) School for Early Career Scientists, WHOI, Woods Hole, MA
  • Fall 2011:
    MIT Course 12.951: The Cryosphere in the Climate System
  • January 2009:
    MIT/IAP Course 12.951  Adjoint methods and automatic differentiation: from optimization to climate modeling.
  • 3 – 14 August 2009:
    Ice Sheet Models for the 21st Century Summer School, Portland, Oregon
  • August 2003:
    Ocean state estimation via the adjoint technique with application to the global WOCE synthesis. Methods and results from ECCO. Japanese Marine Science Foundation School on Data Assimilation, JAMSTEC, Mutsu, Aomori, Japan.
  • 10 – 11 May 2003:
    NASA/AOMIP Short course on data assimilation, WHOI. Available through MIT’s DSpace archive.