Samuel D. Brenner
Masters of Science in Oceanography (University of Washington, 2019)
Masters of Applied Science in Civil Engineering (University of Britih Columbia, 2017)
Bachelors of Applied Science in Civil Engineering (University of Britih Columbia, 2015)
I am a PhD student studying Oceanography at the University of Washington (UW) under the joint supervision of Luc Rainville and Jim Thomson. I started at UW in 2017 after completing a Master’s of Applied Science Degree (MASc) at the University of British Columbia. My master’s degree was awarded by the department of Civil Engineering in the Environmental Fluid Mechanics discipline group, where I worked under the supervision of Bernard Laval and studied standing wave structures in lakes. In May, 2019 I completed the requirements for a Master’s of Science (MS; non-thesis) at UW based on a observational study of submesoscale frontal processes in the western Arctic marginal ice zone.
My interest and current focus is on small-scale processes and mixing in the upper ocean; more information can be found on my Research page.