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Tandon Laboratory at UMass Dartmouth

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Collaborative Meeting and Scientific Discussions with TUMSAT Japan and IOUSP Brazil

Prof. Amit Tandon (UMass Dartmouth) hosted a series of collaborative meetings and scientific discussions with Prof Takeyoshi Nagai from Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (TUMSAT) and Prof. Ilson Silveira from Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo (IOUSP) on October 10, 2018.

(from L-R) Prof. Silveira, Prof. Nagai and Prof. Tandon

JGR paper published on sub-seaonsal dispersal!

 

Doctoral student Jared Buckley and collaborator J. Sreelekha’s paper published “Subseasonal dispersal of freshwater in the northern Bay of Bengal in the 2013 summer monsoon season” has been published by JGR-Oceans. Congratulations Jared!

Nature feature on Mysteries of Indian Monsoon and our fieldwork.

 


Prof. Tandon recently returned from a successful MISOBOB cruise. More details appear in the Nature article on Mysteries of Indian monsoon probed in Bay of Bengal!

Our work featured in NYTimes

Prof. Tandon was quoted in NYT article over the floods in Thailand.

Farid’s work with us published in JGR!

Dr. Farid Karimpour recently completed his postdoctoral appointment. He has joined a CFD company in the region. His work in the Tandon lab has now been published as “Sustenance of phytoplankton in the subpolar North Atlantic during winter”, by Karimpour, F., Tandon, A. and Mahadevan, A., in Journal of Geophysical Research Oceans. Congratulations Farid!

Submesoscale analysis published in J Phys Oceanogr.

Dr. Sanjiv Ramachandran, Prof. Amit Tandon and colleagues published an observational analysis of an intensive survey of a sub-mesoscale front from their 2013 Bay of Bengal cruise onboard R/V Revelle, “Submesoscale Processes at Shallow Salinity Fronts in the Bay of Bengal: Observations during the Winter Monsoon“. Congratulations Sanjiv!

Scripps Institution of Oceanography Explorations Article

 

Scripps Institution of Oceanography Explorations Article this week.

https://scripps.ucsd.edu/news/research-highlight-us-and-indian-research-centers-take-part-multinational-effort-understand-key

Mixing to Monsoons: Air-Sea Interactions in the Bay of Bengal

Mixing to Monsoons: Air-Sea Interactions in the Bay of Bengal

Cover story in this week’s Eos – weekly of the American Geophysical Union.

 

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2014EO300001/abstract

Working Waterfront Festival 2012: Visit by Congressman Frank

Last saturday September 30th 2012, Dr. Sanjiv Ramachandran and graduate student Rahul Kashyap were on hand to demonstrate rotating table experiments for the Working Waterfront Festival at New Bedford. Despite heavy rains on saturday, a large number of  attendees came by to attend the demonstrations. They answered many questions. Congressman Barney Frank and U.S. Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren also visited the display.

 

Dr. Sanjiv Ramachandran explains rotating table experiment during Waterfront Festival 2012.

Jason Olejarz wins BU Physics Research Performance Award

Jason Olejarz, an alumni of our research group

Every year Boston University Physics department chooses ONE out of its roughly 100 students for a research performance award. For the academic year 2011-12, this award goes to JASON OLEJARZ, a UMass Dartmouth undergraduate alumni who worked with me on research projects as an undergraduate. Jason has published three articles on his research as a graduate student and more are in the works!

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