I am a fourth-year PhD candidate in atmospheric science affiliated with the Lorenz Center at MIT, co-advised by Timothy Cronin and Kerry Emanuel. My broad interests are environmental fluid dynamics and atmospheric physics. I combine theory, numerical simulations and observational analyses to improve our understanding of meteorology and climate, from local storms to planetary energy transport.
Beucler, T., T. Cronin & K. Emanuel (2018): A Linear Response Framework for Radiative-Convective Instability, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst.
Beucler, T. & T. Cronin (2016): Moisture-Radiative Cooling Instability, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 8, 1620–1640.
Beucler, T. (2016): A Correlated Stochastic Model for the Large-scale Advection, Condensation and Diffusion of Water Vapour. Q.J.R. Meteorol. Soc., 142, 1721–1731.
Beucler, T. & K. Emanuel (2014): Self-aggregation phenomenon in cyclogenesis, Masters Thesis in Fluid Mechanics.
Under review, Beucler, T. & T. Cronin (2018): A Budget for the Size of Convective Self-Aggregation.
In prep. Beucler, T., T. Cronin & T. Abbott (2018): Impact of cloud radiation on non-rotating convective organization.
In prep. Beucler, T. & M. Ralph (2018): Atmospheric Rivers and Poleward Energy Transport in Mid-Latitudes.
Selected Conference Presentations
A Spectral Budget for the Size of Convective Self-Aggregation. 33rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology (April 2018)
A Moist Static Energy Perspective on Atmospheric Rivers. 17th Conference on Mesoscale Processes (July 2017)
The Vertical Structure of Radiative-Convective Instability. 21st Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics (June 2017)
Instabilities of Radiative Convective Equilibrium with an Interactive Surface. 32nd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology (April 2016)
When the Wind Blows: Predicting how Hurricanes Change with Climate. CaféSci Boston (June 2018)
Higher Grounds. MIT Climate Changed Ideas Competition (January 2018)