Dr Eleanor Frajka-Williams is a Principal Research Scientist in the Marine Physics and Ocean Climate group.
She is currently a research scientist on the RAPID team (http://rapid.ac.uk), and principal investigator on the NERC-funded project MerMEED (Mechanisms Responsible for Mesoscale Eddy Energy Dissipation, https://projects.noc.ac.uk/mermeed/) and the EU-funded project TERIFIC (Targeted Experiment to Reconcile Increased Freshwater with Increased Convection, http://terific.org).
I am a physical oceanographer who uses ocean observations to investigate ocean dynamics and circulation in a changing climate. I have a particular interest in problems spanning scales (from micro- to large-scale) or spheres (biogeosphere, cryosphere, atmosphere), and in methods that leverage traditional observations with new platforms and satellite data.
Principal Research Scientist in Marine Physics and Ocean Climate, National Oceanography Centre (2018-)
Associate Professor in Physical Oceanography,Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton (2016-2018)
Lecturer in Physical Oceanography, Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton (2012-2016)
Senior Research Fellow, National Oceanography Centre, (2009-2012)
PhD Physical Oceanography, University of Washington, USA (2009)
MSc Applied Mathematics, University of Washington, USA (2009)
MSc Oceanography, University of Washington, USA (2005)
AB Applied Mathematics, Harvard University, USA (2002)