Climate

Mauricio Santillana

Mauricio Santillana

Henson Environmental Fellow: 2008-2010
PhD Computational and Applied Mathematics, University of Texas-Austin, 2008
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School; Faculty member, Computational Health Informatics Program at Boston Children's Hospital; Associate, Harvard Institute for Applied Computational Science

Mauricio Santillana is an applied mathematician and physicist with a passion for getting involved in multi-disciplinary research projects aimed at understanding the impact of human activities on our environment as well as global climate change. He has a deep interest in creating bridges between mathematics and its applications, particularly within the engineering community.... Read more about Mauricio Santillana

David Romps

David Romps

Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2006-2008
PhD Physics, Harvard University, 2005
Current Position: Goldman Distinguished Chair in the Physical Sciences; Professor, Department of Earth and Planetary Science; and Director, Berkeley Atmospheric Sciences Center, UC Berkeley

David Romps is a string theorist with a deeper interest in global climate change.... Read more about David Romps

Kaighin McColl

Kaighin McColl

Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2016-2018
PhD Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Current Position: Assistant Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences and Environmental Science and Engineering, Harvard University

Kaighin McColl is a hydrologist who studies the terrestrial water cycle and its coupling with the atmosphere.... Read more about Kaighin McColl

Tim Cronin

Tim Cronin

NOAA Climate and Global Change Fellow: 2014-2016
PhD Climate Physics and Chemistry, MIT
Current Position: Assistant Professor of Atmospheric Science, Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, MIT

Tim Cronin is a climate scientist interested in the interactions between clouds, sea ice, and severe storms in a warmer Arctic.... Read more about Tim Cronin

Yige Zhang

Yige Zhang

Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2014-2016
PhD Geology and Geophysics, Yale University
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University

Yige Zhang is a geochemist interested in understanding how the Earth evolved chemically, and using various geochemical tools to study climate change of the geological past.... Read more about Yige Zhang

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