MS/PhD Research Assistantship in Marine Science (Physical Oceanography/Ocean-Atmospheric Dynamics) at USC
The Satellite Oceanography Laboratory at the University of South Carolina, Columbia invites applications from qualified students to our MS/PhD (Marine Science) in the School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment (SEOE) at the University of South Carolina (USC) to work on problems in Physical Oceanography/ Satellite Oceanography/ Ocean Modelling/Air-Sea Interaction/Tropical Ocean Circulation, and Dynamical Processes. The Satellite Oceanography Laboratory is funded by many federal agencies.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Oceanography/Physical Oceanography/ Marine Science/ Meteorology/Atmospheric science is required. Applicants should have strong Physics, mathematical and computer programming skills in Matlab/Python.
Full Funding is available starting in Summer/Fall 2024 for these projects:
- Investigating Arctic Freshwater Content and Circulation in a Changing Climate
- Understanding the Generation and Dynamics of Internal Waves in the Bay of Bengal
- Understanding the Air-Sea Interaction Processes on the Development and Collapse of the Arabian Sea Warm Pool.
- Understanding the Loop Current Dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico
Interested applicants are encouraged to send an unofficial transcript and current resume to: Prof. Subra Bulusu. NO GRE SCORES are required. Full applications should be submitted by February 15, 2024 to receive full consideration for assistantships and awards for Summer/Fall, 2024 semesters.
Dr. Subra Bulusu
Phone: (803) 777-2572