In the Climate Dynamics group, we study the dynamics of the atmosphere and oceans, and the interactions between them. We aim to improve our understanding of the governing mechanisms that control the dynamics of the present and past climates.

We also aim to mediate between theoretical and applied geophysical practices, by developing tools and methods for ‘real-world’ applications such as biases in climate models, interpretation of paleo records, and calculations of the tropical width.

Open positions are available for graduate students and postdocs.

Visit the open positions page for details.