People | Marc Buckley
 
BIOGRAPHY BRIEF:
 
Ph.D. Candidate, Physical Ocean Science and Engineering
 
Education:
  • B.S. Physics, University of Rennes, France, 2006
  • M.S. Ocean Engineerig, ENSTA Paristech, France, 2009
Research Interests:
  • Airflow separation above surface gravity waves
 
Contact Information:
Air-Sea Interaction Laboratory
University of Delaware
302-645-4218
College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment
104 Dock Road
Cape Henlopen State Park  
Lewes, DE 19958 USA  
 
ABOUT ME:
 
I'm studying experimentally the dynamics of the airflow above ocean surface waves. These impact the exchanges of energy and mass between the ocean and the atmosphere, and are thus useful for climate modelling as well as shorter term weather forecasting. We generate controlled wind-wave conditions at University of Delaware's large Wind-Wave Facility in Lewes, DE, and investigate near surface dynamics via high resolution PIV. For more information on air-flow separation, click here.

For fun, I like to go hobie cat sailing and kitesurfing on the Delaware beaches and inland bays. I also enjoy playing the classical guitar, especially composers Tarrega, Sor, Villa-Lobos.

 

 
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