Research Scientist (PhD student) Numerical Methods in Geosciences
CliSAP/CEN, Universität Hamburg
Ocean-atmosphere interaction plays a crucial role in climate variability on a broad range of time scales. The coupling between atmosphere and ocean is essential for analyzing complex phenomena. The coupled solutions exhibit a strong sensitivity to perturbations in the initial conditions, coupling frequency and to air-sea fluxes. A mathematically consistent algorithm leads to reduced stochasticity; less sensitivity of coupled solution to perturbations in the initial conditions and coupling frequency.
My research focuses on adaptation of schwarz decomposition methods to ocean atmosphere coupling to obtain a stable and consistent coupling method. The idea of schwarz decomposition method is to separate the original problem on a domain into sub-domain (sub-problems) which cann be solved separately. An iterative process is then applied to achieve convergence to the solution of original problem.
KlimaCampus, Universität Hamburg
20144 Hamburg, Germany
- Since May 2016: PhD Student at CliSAP/CEN, Universität Hamburg.
- 2014 - 2016: M.Tech. in Climate Science, Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar, India.
- 2010 - 2014: B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering, Andhra University, India.