I am currently recruiting graduate students and postdocs. Interested graduate students should refer to my Frequently Asked Questions and apply to UW through the Department of Atmospheric Sciences. Prospective postdocs should also consider applying for fellowships such as the CICOES postdoc program at UW, the NOAA Climate & Global Change postdoc, various NSF postdocs, the McDonnell Foundation postdoc, and the Schmidt Science Fellows. Feel free to contact me for more information.
Alex is an Assistant Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington. Previously, he was a Miller Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California at Berkeley. He completed his PhD in 2017 in Atmospheric Chemistry at Harvard University and his BS in 2012 in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado. His research combines satellite remote sensing, numerical modeling, and Bayesian inference to improve our understanding of atmospheric chemistry and the carbon cycle.
Alex was born in Cambridge, MA and grew up in Boulder, CO. Growing up in Boulder helped foster his love of the environment and the outdoors. During the summer he spends his free time trail running, rock climbing, and backpacking. In the winter, he enjoys skiing and telemarking.
Email: turneraj (at) uw (dot) edu
Mail: 706 ATG Building, Box 351640
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Research interests: remote sensing, solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence, machine learning, and the carbon cycle.
Research interests: atmospheric methane, solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence, and machine learning.
Research interests: atmospheric methane and remote sensing.