Michael J. Dvorak

PhD graduate
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Atmosphere/Energy Program
Stanford University

Email: dvorak at stanford.edu


Welcome to the home page of Michael (Mike) Dvorak. I am a recent PhD graduate in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Stanford University. My main area of research, working with Prof. Mark Jacobson is quantifying where and how much offshore wind energy exists in the US and the world. I am currently working on quantifying the wind energy off the East Coast of the United States using the Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF).

Contact info

Atmosphere/Energy Program - 390A
Yang & Yamasaki Environment & Energy Building - 4020
473 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305-4121

Curriculum Vitae

Recent Peer Reviewed Papers

Presentations

GIS Data

Wind

Compressed Air Energy Storage

Global Warming

Carbon Markets

Sustainability

Coal

Water Heating

Lighting

Sailing - Weather and Charts

Keelboat sailing in the San Francisco Bay is my newly found obsession. The Bay Area is one of the best places in the world for sailing! Check out the below video of my 1980 Hunter 33 sailboat Knot Studying sailing on a windy day near Point Blunt, Angel Island.

Personal

You can find lots of travel, bike, and random other photos at MikeMath.net (temporarily down, sorry).

Linux/Unix

Misc

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Updated: 2011-05-21

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