Research Scientist, Joint Program and CGCS, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Nonresident Senior Research Fellow, United Nations University - World Institute for Development Economics Research, Professor Emeritus of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder
Kenneth Strzepek has spent 30 years as a researcher and practitioner at the nexus of engineering,...
Geophysical fluid dynamics that are responsible for determining Earth's climate, in particular the role of eddies and turbulent processes in the large-scale circulation of the ocean and atmosphere.
Ryan successfully defended his doctoral thesis "Mixing by Ocean Eddies: The Geography of Effective Diffusivity, the Influence of the Winds, and some Implications for the Meridional Overturning Circulation" in January 2012. After staying on for several months as a postdoc, Ryan recently left MIT, heading west to Scripps where he has just started a postdoc position working with MIT-WHOI JP alum Paola Cessi. [Read more about it.]