Andrew McDonnell - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

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Andrew M. P. McDonnell
Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MS #25
266 Woods Hole Road
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Phone: (951) 265-5224
E-mail: [email protected]
RESEARCH INTERESTS
 Oceanic dimethylsulfide cycling and climate feedbacks
 Ocean biogeochemical and ecosystem dynamics
EDUCATION
Massachusetts Institute of Technology / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
8/2005-present
Joint Program in Oceanography. Graduate Student, Chemical Oceanography
University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
9/2000-6/2005
Bachelor of Science, 2005, Chemical Engineering
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
7/2002-11/2002
Study Abroad Semester
Related Coursework
Ocean Biogeochemical Dynamics and Climate
Chemical Oceanography
Transport Phenomena—Momentum, Heat & Mass
Chemical Thermodynamics
Chemical Reaction Engineering
Aquatic Chemistry
Biology—Organismic, Cellular, Molecular, & Genetic
Biochemistry
Computer Skills
Windows
Matlab
MS Office
Seabird Data
Mac OS
Fortran
LabView
EXPERIENCE
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
9/2005-present
Graduate Student
University of California, Los Angeles
1/2004-6/2005
Researcher for Prof. Nicolas Gruber, Biogeochemistry Group
 Collection of water samples in the Santa Monica Bay
 Setup of total alkalinity titration system and analysis of samples
University of California, San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
1/2005-2/2005
Alkalinity technician aboard R/V Revelle, P16S, CLIVAR repeat hydrographic cruise
University of California, San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Summer 2004
Summer Internship with Prof. Andrew Dickson, Marine Physical Laboratory
 Error investigation of total alkalinity titrations and calculation methods
 Computer/instrument interfacing
University of California, Riverside
Summer 2003
Researcher for Prof. Yushan Yan, Department of Chemical and Environmental Eng.
 Synthesis of zeolite thin films and testing of hydrophilic and biocidal properties.
 First-author journal paper currently in press with Advanced Functional Materials
Eastern Municipal Water District, Perris, CA
Summers of 2002, 2000
Summer Intern, Department of Water Reclamation
 Created and compiled Asset Hierarchy of the District as part of Maintenance Management
Program
International Rectifier, El Segundo, CA
Summer 2001
Summer Intern, Fab 5, Photolithography area
 Data collection and analysis on alignment targets, signal quality, and position
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
McDonnell, A., Beving, D., Wang, A., Chen, W., Yan, Y., 2005. Hydrophilic and antimicrobial zeolite
coatings for gravity-independent water separation. Adv. Functional Materials, 15, No. 2, 336-340.
McDonnell, A., Beving, D., Wang, A., Chen, W., Yan, Y., Hydrophilic and antimicrobial zeolite coatings
for space station heat exchangers. American Institute of Chemical Engineers National Conference,
November 17, 2003. Poster.
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Leinweber, A., Shipe, R., Coleman, H., McDonnell, A., Esther, T., Gruber, N., Seasonal carbon cycling in
Santa Monica Bay, Southern California. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, April 25,
2005. Poster.
Leinweber, A., Gruber, N., Shipe, R., Frenzel, H., Friederich, G., Coleman, H., Esther, T., McDonnell, A.,
Seasonal carbon cycling in Santa Monica Bay, Southern California. Seventh International Carbon
Dioxide Conference, September, 2005. Poster.
FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, and AWARDS
Joint Program Alumni Fellowship. 9/2005-present. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Chester W. Nimitz Fellowship. 2005-2006. Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Declined.
Dean’s Honor List, Winter 2005, Spring 2005, UCLA, School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Pac-10 All Academic Rowing Team, 6/2002
International Rectifier Community Scholarship, 2000, 2001
Temecula Sunrise Rotary Leadership Scholarship, 2000
Eagle Scout, 1999, BSA Troop 301, Temecula, CA
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