Postdoctoral researchers

Veronique Lago (Australian Institute of Marine Science, Townsville, Australia)
Postdoctoral Researcher 2020: Climate in the Cloud – web-enabled, cloud computing resources for climate, ocean, and atmospheric science.

Adil Siripatana (Space Environment and Radio Engineering Group, University of Birmingham, UK)
Postdoctoral Researcher 2019-2020: state-estimation and prediction of ocean dynamics in the East Australian Current. 

Matt Archer (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, USA)
Postdoctoral Researcher 2016-2018: Mesoscale and submesoscale dynamics from high-frequency coastal radar observations.


PhD students

Eduardo Vitarelli De Queiroz (Federal University of Pará, Brazil)
Phd in Mathematics 2020: “Characterising internal tides in a region of dynamic circulation: The East Australian Current at 27°S”

Yuehua Li (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia)
Phd in Mathematics 2017: “Exploring the role of small-scale thermohaline structure on mixing and transport in the ocean.”

Alice Barthel (Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, USA)
PhD in Science 2017: “Southern Ocean jet-topography interactions and their impact on eddy fluxes.”

Honours/Masters students

Greta Paget (Energetics, Sydney, Australia)
Honours in Applied Mathematics 2022: “Graph theory methods for classifying and tracking clusters of ocean eddies.”

Kabir Agrawal (Avanade, Adelaide, Australia)
Honours in Applied Mathematics 2021: “Numerical simulation of waves generated by moving submerged bodies.”

Jack Buckley (STEM Cadetship, Department of Defence)
Honours in Applied Mathematics 2021: “Detection of surface and submerged moving vessels by Kelvin wake fingerprinting.”

Peter Sutherland (Graduate Health Management Program, Northern Sydney Local Health District)
Honours in Statistics 2021: “An Investigation into the Applications of Deep Learning to Improve Antarctic Ice Floe Image Segmentation.”

Brendon Lai (Quantium, Sydney, Australia)
Honours in Applied Mathematics 2017: “Simulation of particle dynamics with applications to oceanography.”