On Tuesday this week I will be presenting at the University of Liverpool as part of the Ocean seminar series.
The seminar is all about the idealized model of the Weddell Gyre that I created and have used throughout my PhD.
I am absolutely delighted to announce that I have received an Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA) for my talk at AGU22.
Thanks to the judges for their helpful feedback and most importantly thanks to all the attendees I met in Chicago who shared their incredible research.
This year I will be presenting my work at the AGU 2022 conference in Chicago.
I will be presenting two posters:
My recently published work on spurious forces in the Community Modeling and Open Innovation session on Wednesday, 14th December at 14:45-18:15 CT (link here).
It has been an incredible and jam-packed week in Paris. The joint meetings for SO-CHIC and OCEAN:ICE showcased some great science and I have met some incredible people. I was introduced to some exciting new observational datasets and I have learned so much about polynyas and their impact on the ocean and atmosphere.
I have a very exciting week lined up ahead of me. The joint meetings for SO-CHIC and OCEAN:ICE are taking place at Sorbonne University in Paris.
On Thursday, I will be sharing some results from my idealized model of the Weddell Gyre.
This week I will be presenting a seminar for the Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics group at the University of Exeter.
The seminar will be an in-depth study of ocean gyres and their vorticity budget and is largely based on my recently published paper.