Why work elsewhere when you can get paid to do research?!
Our group often has available research assistantships for graduate students and paid internships for undergraduates. Please email me [vlarson at uwm dot edu] for current information on openings.
Our group’s research may be attractive to both applied mathematicians and atmospheric scientists.
Statisticians may be interested in our research on theory of probability density functions and Monte Carlo simulation. Please see our papers on cloud parameterization, Latin hypercube sampling, and PDF overlap.
Numericists may be interested in our research on multiscale mathematics, adaptive gridding, implicit discretization, and positive-definite advection schemes.
Analysts may be interested in our research on partial differential equations, particularly those arising from higher-order closures of fluid flow equations. Please see our papers on cloud parameterization and non-linear buoyant instability of fluids.
Atmospheric scientists may be interested in our research on clouds, deep convection, and the carbon cycle.
To learn more about our graduate program and how to apply to it, please visit the webpage of UWM’s Program in Atmospheric Science.