Brian Rose receives NSF Career grant

I am very pleased to announce that I have received a 5-year grant from the National Science Foundation under their Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER).

The grant is entitled CAREER: Understanding the role of oceans in the planetary energy budget. It will provide critical support for our group’s work studying the connections ocean heat uptake and transport and atmospheric processes (dynamical, radiative, hydrological) controlling the top-of-atmosphere radiation balance.

The grant also provides support for continued development of the climlab software package for process-oriented climate modeling, and an accompanying suite of educational modules.

Here is a UAlbany press release about the award. We are looking forward to five very productive and stimulating years of work!