Noah Brenowitz is a Senior Machine Learning Scientist for Climate Modeling at Vulcan Inc.. He was a Moore/Sloan & WRF Innovation in Data Science Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Washington (UW) and is jointly mentored by Christopher Bretherton in Atmospheric Science and Nathan Kutz in Applied Mathematics. In 2011, he received his BS degree in Statistics from the Stern School of Business at New York University (NYU). After one year as a postbaccalaureate trainee at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) working on functional MRI, he began a Ph.D. in Atmosphere-ocean Science and Mathematics at NYUs Courant Institute of Mathematics with Andrew Majda as his advisor and recently graduated in May 2017.

Noah’s research lies at the intersection of applied mathematics, machine learning, and atmospheric science. He is interested in applying machine learning techniques to improve the representation of sub-grid-scale processes in coarse resolution atmospheric models. In addition, he also studies the fundamental dynamics behind the organization of large-scale moist convective processes in the tropics.

His Curriculum Vitae is available here.

- Atmospheric dynamics
- Tropical moist convection
- Machine learning
- High-resolution numerical modeling

Ph.D. in Atmosphere-Ocean Science and Mathematics, 2017

New York University

BS in Mathematics and Statistics, 2011

New York University

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