Descriptions of some recent PhD projects undertaken in my ``Geophysical Fluid Dynamics'' group.

[1] Gulf Stream Dynamics with Primitive Equations

[2] General Circulation of the Red Sea (exotic and pioneering study)

[3] Parameterization of the Oceanic Eddy Backscatter

[4] Material Transport and Stirring in the Ocean (Lagrangian effects and methods)

[5] Data-Driven Reduced Models (mathematics of statistical/stochastic models)

[6] Rossby Waves in Inhomogeneous Media

[7] Isolated Coherent Vortices in Geostrophic Turbulence

[8] Conundrum of Multiple Jets and Eddies: Large-Scale Flow Effects

[9] Atlantic-Pacific Decadal Teleconnections in Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Models

[10] Transport and Clusterization of Floating Particles in the Ocean

The above list is meant to give you some idea on different research lines and our scope of interests. Of course, if you have your own project ideas, do not hesitate to propose and discuss them. The most recent ideas for PhD projects --- to be discussed with you --- aim at turbulent diffusion, Lagrangian transport, analysis of mesoscale eddy effects, circulation of marginal seas, stability of coherent vortices.

THE HIGHEST PRIORITY WILL BE GIVEN TO STUDENTS WITH THE SKILLS AND GENUINE INTEREST IN COMPUTATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND OCEAN MODELLING

Projects for postdoctoral fellowships are also available.