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New Collaboration, New Horizons

New Collaboration, New Horizons

The start of the new year means new collaborations and research in the Air Sea Interaction Laboratory! Lab Director, Dr. Fabrice Veron, and Research Assistant/Physical Ocean Science and Engineering Ph.D. Student, Alex Davies,  are teaming-up with Dr. Matt Oliver and researchers in the Ocean Exploration, Remote Sensing, and Biogeography Lab (ORB Lab) here at the University of Delaware.  … Continue reading

New NSF Grant!

New NSF Grant!

Congratulations to Dr. Fabrice Veron who received a National Science Foundation grant for $354,016 in support of the project titled: “Collaborative Research: direct numerical simulations and high resolution measurements of scalar transfer across an air-water interface during inception and growth of  Langmuir circulation.”  The schematic of an idealized Langmuir cell comes from SA Thorpe’s 2004 review of the subject in … Continue reading

Master’s in hand, pursing a Ph.D.

Master’s in hand, pursing a Ph.D.

Congratulations to DeAnna Sewell for successfully defending her Master’s Thesis in the Fall of 2012.  The thesis was titled, ” Wave Loads on Multi-member Offshore Wind Turbine Substructures.”  DeAnna is now pursing a Ph.D. at the University of Colorado where she will continue studying loads of offshore wind turbines.  She collaborates closely with the National … Continue reading

New Graduate!!!

New Graduate!!!

Congratulations to Emily Harrison for successfully defended her Ph.D!  Check these recent Making Waves articles highlighting some of her work: Cover of Geophysical Research Letters (Fall 2012) Featured Article: In calm seas, precipitation drives air-sea gas exchange (Fall 2012)   —- Article by: Alex Davies and Dr. Fabrice Veron

New Year, New Website, New Blog!

New Year, New Website, New Blog!

Welcome to the Air Sea Interaction Laboratory’s new blog Making Waves!  Over the coming day, months, and years we use this blog as a portal for our research, results, and community involvement.  The blog is interact so please leave us a comment and share things you like. We look forward to sharing our news and research … Continue reading