Carolina Dufour – Assistant Professor specialized on the dynamics of the Southern Ocean and its impact on the carbon cycle and sea ice.
Marine Decuypère – Master student working on the role of topography on ocean heat transport toward the Arctic Ocean and the impact on sea ice decline; co-supervised with Prof. Bruno Tremblay.
Anne-Sophie Fortin – Graduate student working on the response of the meridional overturning circulation to climate change from climate models ; co-supervised with Prof. Timothy Merlis.
Mathilde Jutras – PhD student working on ocean deoxygenation in the Gulf of St-Lawrence; co-supervised with Prof. Alfonso Mucci.
Richard Kelson – Master student working on the drivers of the variability of the meridional overturning circulation from climate models; co-supervised with Prof. David Straub.
Viktor Pavlovic – Undergraduate student working on the pathways of North Atlantic water masses to the entrance of the Laurentian Channel using Lagrangian tracking.
Joseph Lockwood (2018-2020) – Master student, workied on the occurrence of the Weddell Sea polynya under climate change from a high-resolution climate model.
Audrey-Anne Gauthier (2017-2019) – Master student, worked on cross-frontal transport in the Southern Ocean from observations and climate models.
Olivier Sulpis (2018-2019) – PhD student supervised by Prof. Alfonso Mucci, worked on a research project on acidification of bottom waters in the future from observations and models.
Jamie Hart (2018-2019) – Undergraduate student, worked on processes driving Arctic sea ice decline from observations; co-supervised with Prof. Bruno Tremblay.
Jade Sauvé (2017-2018) – Undergraduate student, worked on the response of Antarctic sea ice to climate change from climate models.
Alexis Beaupré-Laperrière (2017) – Master student supervised by Prof. Alfonso Mucci, worked on a research project on the ocean acidification in the Arctic from climate models.
Students interested in researching on polar oceans are encouraged to contact me (here).
Prospective graduate students are encouraged to apply for graduate study in our department (graduate program website).
There is no postdoc position open now.