Columbia University Graduate Study at NASA/GISS

Graduate Advisors

Following is a partial list of scientists available to advise students in the Columbia University graduate program at NASA/GISS. Please contact Dr. Ron Miller to inquire about other advisors and possible fields of study, as well as general information about the graduate program in atmospheric sciences at NASA/GISS.

Susanne E. Bauer
Research Physical Scientist

Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosols, Air Quality

susanne.e.bauer@nasa.gov

Allegra N. LeGrande
Research Physical Scientist

Climate modeling, Climate change, Abrupt climate change

allegra.n.legrande@nasa.gov

Dorothy M. Peteet
Senior Research Scientist

Paleoecology and Paleoclimate, Carbon Cycle

dorothy.m.peteet@nasa.gov

Michael J. Puma
Research Scientist

Global Food Security

mjp38@columbia.edu

Anastasia Romanou
Research Scientist

Climate and Oceans, Ocean Modeling, Carbon Cycle

anastasia.romanou@nasa.gov

Alexander C. Ruane
Research Physical Scientist

Climate Impacts, Climate Interactions with Agriculture

alexander.c.ruane@nasa.gov

Konstantinos Tsigaridis
Research Scientist

Atmospheric composition, Aerosols, Climate modeling, Biogeochemical cycles

kostas.tsigaridis@columbia.edu

Bastiaan van Diedenhoven
Research Scientist

Remote Sensing; Optical Properties of Cloud and Aerosol Particles

bastiaan.vandiedenhoven@nasa.gov

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