8301 Ashford Blvd #919
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Academic and Employment History:
The Center for Ocean Land and Atmosphere 2011-2013
D.O.E. Postdoctoral Fellow – Earth System Modeling
The University of Chicago 2005-2011
PhD Atmospheric Science –Dynamics, General Circulation
Thesis: Lagrangian-Mean Diagnostics for the Dynamics of the Atmosphere
Teaching: Climate, Atmospheric Chemistry, Planetary Sci.
Florida International University 2003-2005
Adjunct Faculty – Mathematics
Teaching: Discrete Math, Algebra, Game Theory
The Ohio State University 2001-2003
MS – Mathematics, Dynamical Systems
Thesis: Hamiltonian Dynamics and Poincare Reduction
Teaching: Calculus I,II,III and Business Math
University of California, Berkeley 1998-2001
BS – Engineering Physics, Wireless/Optical Design
Solomon, A. , G. Chen and J. Lu (submitted), The Role of Barotropic Shear in the LC1/LC2 transition. J. Atmos. Sci.
Solomon, A. and N. Nakamura (in press), An Exact Lagrangian-Mean Wave Activity for Finite Amplitude Disturbances to Barotropic Flow on the Sphere. J. Fluid Mech.
Nakamura, N. and A. Solomon (2011) Finite Amplitude Wave Activity and Mean Flow Adjustments in the Atmospheric General Circulation. Part 2: Analysis in the Isentropic Coordinate. J. Atmos. Sci. doi: 10.1175/2011JAS3685.1
Nakamura, N. and A. Solomon (2011) Finite Amplitude Wave Activity and Mean Flow Adjustments in the Atmospheric General Circulation. Part 1: Quasigeostrophic Theory and Analysis. J. Atmos. Sci. Vol. 67, No 12 pp. 3967-3983
Solomon, A., and N. Nakamura (2008), Large-scale eddies in the upper troposphere and stratosphere diagnosed with quasi-conservative coordinates, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L22804
Superconductive Components Inc.
Columbus, OH 1996-1998
Lab manager, levitator design/development
Palm Beach Community College
Boca Raton, FL 2004-2005
Adjunct Faculty Mathematics
National Merit Scholar 1999
McCormick Fellowship 2005