Atmospheric Science Group and Climate & Energy Policy Group
Our laboratory is dedicated to the study and understanding of clouds and water vapor in the atmosphere. A major component of our work is building spectroscopic instruments for measurement of water vapor and its isotopic composition in laboratory and field studies.
The Climate & Energy Policy Group (joint with Michael Stein) pursues research related to the understanding of climate projections and evaluation of climate policies. The group is part of U. Chicago's Center for Robush Decision-making on Climate and Energy Policy (RDCEP). An important component of the research is the statistical emulation of climate models, but research also includes the impacts of climate change on agriculture, the evolution of transient climates, and the valuation of greenhouse gas emissions.
David McInerney, Postdoc, 2010-2012
Postdoc, Univ. of Adelaide, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Stefano Castruccio, Ph.D. Statistics, 2013
Postdoc, KAUST, Saudi Arabia
Mark Woolley, M.P.P. Energy and Climate Policy, 2012
LMI, Washington, D.C.
Stephanie Aho, M.S. Geophysical Sciences, 2011
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, Rochester MN
Grant Wilder, B.S. Geophysical Sciences and Statistics, 2013
Rand Corp, Washington DC
Lisa Pawlowicz, B.S. Physics, 2012
M.S. program, MIT, Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Sean Johnson, B.S. Mathematics and Physics, 2010
PhD program, Univ. of Chicago, Dept. of Astronomy and Astrophysics
Sarah Bang, B.S. Geophysical Sciences, 2010
PhD program, Univ. of Utah, Dept. of Meteorology