On this site, you will find information about the Furtado Research Group in the School of Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma. This research group focuses on studying large-scale climate dynamics and applying that research to improving sub-seasonal and seasonal forecasts, enhancing our knowledge of the complex Earth physical climate system, and providing benchmarks against which to test climate models and their projections of future climate change.
NEW! Opening for a Ph.D. Position in the Applied Climate Dynamics Research Group here at OU for Spring or Fall 2018 to study the predictability of extreme rainfall! Learn more about this opportunity here.
NEW! Opening for a Ph.D. candidate at University of Reading (UK) with
@CharltonPerez, S. Woolnough, and co-advised with me at OU (including spending summers at OU). General topic includes sub-seasonal predictability and the stratosphere. This is an exciting opportunity to engage in applied climate dynamics at two leading meteorology schools! Learn more about the opportunity here.
NEW! Opening for a M.S. or Ph.D. student to join the Applied Climate Dynamics Group in Fall 2018 to study the dynamics of the wave-mean flow interactions in the stratosphere. Email Dr. Furtado for more information.
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