School of GeoSciences

School of GeoSciences

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Daniel Nathan Goldberg

Lecturer in Glaciology (2013-Present)

NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, MIT (2011-2013)

Postdoctoral Researcher, Princeton/GFDL (2009-2011)

PhD 2009 -  Dynamic simulation and study of land ice-ice shelf interactions. New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Science

Financial software developer, Credit Suisse, 2001-2003

BSE 2001 - Chemical Engineering - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA


Background

I am interested in the way that ice interacts with other components of the climate system: the ocean, the atmosphere and the biosphere. To understand the importance of these interactions and their role in the climate system, I use and develop numerical models, ranging from simple matlab codes to regional coupled ice sheet-ocean models. My main interests lie in improving the representation of poorly-resolved processes in ice-sheet and climate models, and in recovering hidden properties using a synthesis of models and data.