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Sharan Majumdar

Sharan is a Professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences.
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Brian McNoldy

Brian is a Senior Research Associate III working on a variety of projects related to tropical cyclones, including high-resolution modeling, vortex initialization, ocean surface wind observations, and graphical communication of hurricane impacts.

Lisa Bucci

Lisa is a Ph.D. student investigating the role of airborne Doppler Wind Lidar in investigating hurricane structure, and the potential for spaceborne Lidars to improve analysis and forecasts of hurricanes.

Kurt Hansen

Kurt is a Ph.D. student who is investigating the predictability of tropical cyclone activity and environmental variables on subseasonal-to-seasonal time scales.

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Quinton Lawton

Quinton is a Ph.D. student who is investigating the mechanisms and predictability related to tropical cyclogenesis.

Sam Nebylitsa

Sam will be beginning her Ph.D. research assistantship in Fall 2020 on hurricane intensification processes and predictability.


George Rizzuto

George is an undergraduate student who is investigating the relationship between ENSO, African Easterly Waves, and tropical cyclogenesis.

Alison Walker

Alison is an undergraduate student who is investigating the relationship between ENSO, African Easterly Waves, and tropical cyclogenesis.

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Morgan Asmussen

Morgan is an undergraduate student who is investigating the graphical communication of hurricane forecast risk.

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Cameron Masiello

Cameron is an undergraduate student who is investigating rapid intensification in tropical cyclones.

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Zachary Michael

Zachary is an undergraduate student who is investigating rapid intensification in tropical cyclones.

2 Ph.D. Students to begin in Fall 2021

Two Ph.D. research assistantships on hurricane formation and development are available in Fall 2021.  These assistantships are collaborative with the NOAA/AOML Hurricane Research Division, Miami and SUNY at Albany.