Thanks for having me SO-CHIC and OCEAN:ICE

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.

Invited talk at the SO-CHIC and OCEAN:ICE joint project meeting

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.

Seminar at the University of Exeter

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.

Best talk at Ocean Modelling SIG!

The Ocean Modelling SIG was a fantastic meeting, jam-packed with great talks. It is therefore a great honour to win the prize for best talk at the meeting alongside Andrea Rochner from Exeter

See you at the Natural History Museum!

I am very excited to be presenting in the Challenger Society Ocean Modelling annual meeting at the Natural History Museum in London. I will be presenting my work on spurious forces in the afternoon session (9th September 13:30 - 15:30 GMT)

I will be presenting at EGU 2022

This year I will be presenting my work at the EGU 2022 conference in Vienna. I will be presenting my work on spurious forces in the Numerical Modelling of the Ocean session (link here).

Preprint of first paper

The preprint of my first paper is available on ESSOAr. In this article we discuss how the model grid can produce dominant spurious forces in both realistic and idealized model gyres.

NEMO compilation guide updated

Check out my new updated guide here

Compiling NEMO on NEXCS

Check out my guide to compile NEMO on NEXCS here