**2022 LECTURE SERIES SCHEDULE**

**Lectures/Seminars are held in Walsh Cottage in Woods Hole Village**

**Beginning July 5th, all seminars will begin at 10:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted****

**PRINCIPAL LECTURERS**

Peter Schmid, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

Laure Zanna, New York University

**PRINCIPAL LECTURES -WEEK 1**

**Tuesday, June 21**

Peter Schmid

*Review of Data-decomposition Based on Linear Algebra*

**Wednesday, June 22**

Laure Zanna

*Spatio-temporal Decomposition of Time Series*

**Thursday, June 23**

Peter Schmid

*Transfer Operator for Data Analysis (part 1)*

**Friday, June 24**

Peter Schmid

*Transfer Operator for Data Analysis (part 2)*

**PRINCIPAL LECTURES -WEEK 2**

**Monday, June 27**

Morning:

Laure Zanna

*Forced Response from Climate Statistics*

Afternoon:

Peter Schmid

*Uncertainty, Outliers, Predictability *

**Tuesday, June 28**

Laure Zanna

*Bayesian and Markovian Approaches to Data Analysis *

**Wednesday, June 29**

Laure Zanna

*Discovering Equations and Operators from Data *

**Thursday, June 30**

Peter Schmid

*Advanced Approaches in Signal Processing*

**Friday, July 1**

Laure Zanna

*Advanced Approaches in ML for Physics*

**SEMINARS - WEEK 3**

**Monday, July**** 4**

HOLIDAY

**Tuesday, July 5**

Elizabeth Carlson, University of Victoria

*Accurately and Efficiently Modeling Turbulent Flows: Mathematical Analysis and Computations on the Effectiveness and Robustness of the AOT Algorithm*

**Wednesday, July 6**

Christopher Rycroft, Harvard University

*Uncovering the Rules of Crumpling with a Data-driven Approach*

**Thursday, July 7**

Anubhab Roy, ITT Madras

*Sedimenting Anisotropic Particles: Dynamics of Ice Crystals in Clouds*

**Friday, July 8**

Mattia Serra, U. California San Diego

*Search and Rescue at Sea Aided by Hidden Flow Structures*

**SEMINARS - WEEK 4**

**Monday, July 11**

***10:00 a.m*.

Anuj Kumar, U. California Santa Cruz

*Optimizing Scalar Transport Using Three-dimensional Branching Pipe Flows*

***11:00 a.m.*

Lois Baker, Imperial College London

*The Impact of Realistic Topographic Representation on the Parameterization of Lee Wave Energy Flux*

**Tuesday, July 12**

Basile Gallet, CEA Saclay

*Meridional Buoyancy Transport by Baroclinic Turbulence*

**Wednesday, July 13**

Marko Budišić, Clarkson University

*Improving Efficiency of Data Assimilation by Particle Filters Using Data-driven Model Decompositions*

**Thursday, July 14th**

***10:00 a.m.*

Madeleine Youngs, New York University

*Baroclinic Annular Mode in the Southern Hemisphere*

***11:00 a.m.*

Anthony Bonfils, NORDITA

*Asymptotic Interpretation of the Miles Mechanism of Wind-Wave Instability*

**Friday, July 15**

***10:00 a.m.*

Gianluca Meneghello, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*Large Scale and Mesoscale Dynamics of the Arctic Ocean*

***11:00 a.m.*

Sankalp Nambiar, NORDITA

*Hydrodynamics of Slender Swimmers near Deformable Interfaces*

**SEMINARS - WEEK 5**

**Monday, July 18**

Jack Whitehead, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

*A Double Diffusion Calculation That Produces Continents and Ocean Basins*

**Tuesday, July 19**

Pedram Hassanzadeh, Rice University

*Learning Data-driven Subgrid-Scale Models: Stability, Extrapolation, and Interpretation*

**Wednesday, July 20**

Jeremy Parker, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

*Invariant Tori in Turbulence and Chaos*

**Thursday, July 21**

Raffaele Ferrari, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*Pondering How Ocean Waters Rise from the Abyss: From Theory to Observations*

**Friday, July 22**

Michael Brenner, Harvard University

*Towards Hygienic Modelling of Complex Phenomena: From Asymptotic Expansions (implemented in Code) to Machine-learned Closures*

**SEMINARS - WEEK 6**

**Monday, July 25**

Freddy Bouchet, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon

*Predicting Extreme Heat Waves using Rare Event Simulations and Deep Neural Networks*

**Tuesday, July 26**

Biswajit Basu, Trinity College Dublin

*On the 3D Modelling of Equatorial Undercurrent and Some Insight into Particle Paths in Stratified Rotational Flows*

**Wednesday, July 27**

Tom Eaves, University of Dundee

*Transition and Equilibria in Stratified Shear Flow*

**Thursday, July 28**

Peter Baddoo, Massachussets Institute of Technology

*Physics-informed Dynamic Mode Decomposition*

**Friday, July 29**

Adrian Fraser, U. California Santa Cruz

*Non-ideal Instabilities in Sinusoidal Shear Flows with a Streamwise Magnetic Field*

**SEMINARS - WEEK 7**

**Monday, August 1**

Keaton Burns, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*Modern Spectral Methods for PDEs*

**Tuesday, August 2**

Glenn Flierl, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*Topographic Solitary Waves and Groups*

**Wednesday, August 3**

Andre Souza, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*Snapshots and Transition Probabilities *

**Thursday, August 4**

***10:30 a.m.*

Matthew Scase, University of Nottingham

*Experiments on Air Bubbles in Weightless Water and the Instability of a Rotating Jet*

***2:00 p.m.*

**SEARS PUBLIC LECTURE - Redfield Auditorium, WHOI**

Professor Heidi Nepf, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*Coastal Vegetation and Coastal Flows: Restoration, Climate Mitigation and Adaptation*

**Friday, August 5**

Heidi Nepf, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*Vegetation Hydrodynamics for Restoration, Climate Mitigation and Adaptation*

**SEMINARS -WEEK 8**

**Monday, August 8**

Renske Gelderloos, Johns Hopkins University

*Southeast Greenland Fjord-Shelf Interaction at Subinertial Frequencies*

**Tuesday, August 9**

Rodrigo Duran, Theiss Research

*Distilling the Physics of Primitive-equation Model Currents*

**Wednesday, August 10**

Alessia Ferraro, EPFL

*Exploiting Marginal Stability in Slow-Fast Quasilinear Dynamical Systems*

**Thursday, August 11**

Duo Chan, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

*Combining Physical and Data-driven Methods to Improve Historical Earth Surface Temperature Estimates*

**Friday, August 12**

Sai Ravela, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*A Stochastic Dynamical Perspective on Optimizing Learning for Climate Applications*

**WEEK 10 - FELLOWS' PRESENTATIONS**

**Monday, August 22**

***10:00 a.m.*

Ruth Moorman, California Institute of Technology

*Continental Shelf Waves around a Pseudo-Iceland*

***11:30 a.m.*

Tilly Woods, University of Oxford

*Fun with Squishy Balls: Theory and Experiments on Deformable Porous Media*

**Tuesday, August 23**

***10:00 a.m.*

Claire Valva, New York University

*Understanding invariant solutions of the Korteweg-de Vries Equation*

***11:30 a.m*.

Rui Yang, University of Twente

*Equatorial Ocean Dynamics on Enceladus Driven by Ice Topography*

**Wednesday, August 24**

***10:00 a.m.*

Iury Simoes-Sousa, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

*Stochasticity of Turbulence*

***11:30 a.m*.

Ludovico Giorgini, Stockholm University

*Statistical Analysis of Multidimensional Dynamical Systems*

**Thursday, August 25**

***10:00 a.m.*

Sam Lewin, University of Cambridge

*Experiments on the Instability of Buoyancy-driven Coastal Currents*

***11:30 a.m*.

Kasturi Shah, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*Scaling with the Stars: Emergence of Self-organised Criticality in Low Péclet Flows*