SMAST / Fisheries Oceanography
School for Marine Science & Technology East, New Bedford 218
|1994||Cornell University||B.S. in Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering|
|2001||Princeton University||Ph.D in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering|
- MNE436/MAR599 Ship Hydrodynamics
- MAR555 Physical Oceanography
- MNE490/MAR599 Aerodynamics
- MAR514: Quantitative Methods for Marine Scientists
- MAR524: Marine Ecosystem Modeling
- Engineering and Applied Science PhD
- Intercampus Marine Science Programs MS, PhD
- Marine Science and Technology MS
- Marine Science and Technology PhD
- Marine Science and Technology PSM
- University of São Paulo Dual PhD PhD
- Marine Renewable Energy
- Ocean Modeling
- Shape Optimization and Design
- High Performance Computing
- Coupled Marine Bio-Physical Models
- Optimization of Tidal Energy Extraction (NSF, DOE, Sea Grant)
- Geolocation of Demersal Fish (NOAA)
- Climate Change impacts on Larval Connectivity and Recruitment of Lobster off Southern New England (NOAA)
- Ontogeny and Swimming Performance in Larval Fish
Cowles, G.W., Hakim, A., Churchill, J. (2017).
A comparison of numerical and analytical predictions of the tidal stream power resource of Massachusetts, USA
Renewable Energy, 114, 215-228.
Liu, C., Cowles, G.W., Zemeckis, D.R., Cadrin, S.X., Dean, M.J. (2017).
Validation of a hidden Markov model for the geolocation of Atlantic cod
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 74, 1862-1877.
Cowles, G.W. (2013).
A block-structured adaptive mesh refinement solver for morphodynamic modeling
Journal of Coastal Research, 29, 727-735.