Stephen successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Analytical and computational methods for non-Gaussian reliability analysis of nonlinear systems operating in stochastic environments”. Warm congratulations!
Bianca has been awarded the Clement Award for outstanding Masters of Science in the Marine field, the Meredith Kamm Award for Excellence as a Woman Graduate Student, and the 3rd Prize in the de Florez Competition in Graduate Science. These awards recognize her work on the development of a real-time 4D monitoring platform of ocean acidification quantities in the Massachusetts Bay. Warm Congratulations!!
Bianca and her work with MIT Sea Grant on Ocean Acidification monitoring is featured at Spectrum. Congratulations!! Link
Brady successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Real-time autonomy and maneuvering simulation of an unmanned underwater vehicle near a moving submarine using actively sampled Gaussian process surrogate models”. Warm congratulations!
Alexis successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Coarse-grained models for prediction, uncertainty quantification, and extreme event statistics of turbulent flows in engineering and geophysical settings using physics-consistent data-driven closures”. Warm congratulations!