Alberto Alberello

Alberto Alberello

School of Mathematical Sciences

Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences

I work on modelling atmosphere-ocean-ice interactions in the Southern Ocean and marginal ice zone using mathematical, numerical and physical modelling techniques, backed by dedicated field and remote sensing measurements. My work is at the interface between theoretical and applied mechanics and data driven modelling.

I am research Fellow in the School of Mathematical Sciences (University of Adelaide) and hold a visiting appointment in the Ocean Engineering group The University of Melbourne). I studied at Swinburne University of Technology (PhD in Science) and Politecnico di Milano (BSc and MSc in Civil and Environmental Engineering).

My research is in modelling atmosphere-ocean-ice interactions with focus on Southern Ocean and marginal ice zone processes.

I actively conduct research in numerical/mathematical modelling of marginal ice zone processes (wave dissipation, sea ice drift, wave induced breakup, floe size distribution) backed by dedicated field and remote sensing measurements.
I also investigate nonlinear wave dynamics in dispersive media (ocean waves) using physical experiments, analytical models and numerical simulations focussing on wave turbulence, rogue wave statistics, wave induced kinematics, wave-structure interaction and wave induced turbulence.

- Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS) Postdoctoral Fellowship (PE19055)

- Mathematics IB (MATHS 1012) - 2020

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