Coupled Air-Sea Surface Layers Laboratory
University of New Hampshire
The physical interaction between earth’s atmosphere and oceans drives weather, climate, and the transport of buoyant pollutants. The Coupled Air-Sea Surface Layers Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire is centered around the drive to make better observations of ocean surface layer fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. This work exists at the intersection of engineering and physical oceanography.
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Join The Group
The group is looking to recruit dynamic and curious scientists and engineers to join as M.S. and Ph.D. students. If you are interested, please reach out so that we can discuss your research interests and the current opportunities in the lab.
UNH graduate school application deadlines:
Mechanical Engineering, M.S. or Ph.D. Fall: 2/15 (for funding); 4/1 (recommended US, final international); 7/1 (final) Spring: 12/1 (US); 11/1 (international)
Ocean Engineering, M.S. or Ph.D. Fall: 1/15 (for funding); 4/1 (recommended US, final international); 7/1 (final) Spring: 12/1
Additionally, for prospective students who wish to join the group but pursue a formal course of study in Oceanography, PI Laxague is affiliated with that graduate program: https://ceps.unh.edu/earth-sciences/program/phd/oceanography
For more information on the UNH graduate school, please go here: https://gradschool.unh.edu/academics/programs-study