Cedric Guigand
Sr. research associate
Guillaume Novelli
Postdoctoral researcher

After earning a Master of Science in Marine Biology in 2002 at Florida Tech, Cedric started working at RSMAS, developing new technologies for the needs of oceanographic field research. 

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Charles Cousin
CEO
Tamay Özgökmen
Professor

​Tamay Özgökmen receives his Ph.D. in Engineering Sciences from Dartmouth College and is currently serving as the Director of the CARTHE Consortium.

He is an author on 105 peer-reviewed publications and co-editor of a book on Lagrangian description of oceanic turbulence and transport. He has participated in large multi-institutional research projects including NSF's Climate Process Team on Gravity Current Entrainment, ONR's Lateral Mixing and DoD's 3D+1 Dynamical Systems Theory teams.

Since completion of his MSE in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1999, Charles has been leading the design and manufacturing of subsea vehicles and oceanographic instruments.

After earning a Master of Science degree in Physics from the University of Cincinnati in 1991,
Ed has been on the research staff at RSMAS working on numerous and diverse projects.

Edward Ryan
Sr. research associate

Guillaume Novelli is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Miami, working with Tamay Özgökmen. He has obtained his PhD at Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona, Spain). Dr. Novelli has developed and extensively applied SIMOIL, an Eulerian model of oil spill fate and trajectory in coastal areas.