I'm interested in using a combination of numerical simulations,
modeling, and analytical mathematics to solve problems that have a
broader impact on society. In the past I've worked on particle
physics, mode-locking laser dynamics, and developing numerical
algorithms to determine the stability of optical structures.
My current research interest lies in the cloud-topped atmospheric
boundary layer and cloud feedbacks in global climate
models. I previously studied the role of decoupling in the VOCALS Research
Outside of my studies, I enjoy playing games and baking bread.
|Autumn 2010:||AMATH 351 (Instructor)|
|Spring 2010:||AMATH 351 (Instructor)|
|Autumn 2009:||AMATH 581 (TA)|
|Spring 2009:||PHYS 121 (Lab TA)|
|Winter 2009:||PHYS 122 (Lab TA)|
|Autumn 2008:||PHYS 121 (Lab TA)|
Bretherton, C. S., P. N. Blossey and C. R. Jones, 2012: Mechanisms of marine low cloud sensitivity to idealized climate perturbations: A single-LES exploration extending the CGILS cases. J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., DOI: 10.1002/jame.20019, accepted 2/2013.
Caldwell, P., J. R. Norris, C. R. Jones, R. Wood, S. A. Klein and C. S. Bretherton, 2012: How often is the stratocumulus-topped boundary layer well-mixed? An observational perspective. Geophys. Res. Lett., submitted 4/12.
Jones, C.R., C.S. Bretherton, and D. Leon, 2011: Coupled vs. decoupled boundary layers in VOCALS-REx, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 7143-7153, 2011.
Jones, C.R. and J.N. Kutz, 2010: Stability of mode-locked pulse solutions subject to saturable gain: computing linear stability with the Floquet-Fourier-Hill method, Journal of the Optical Society of America B, 27,1184-1194, 2010.
Hachey, S., C.R. Jones, and J.N. Kutz, 2010: Stability, dynamics, and the onset of multi-pulsing in a mode-locked laser cavity using phase-sensitive amplification, Optics Communications, 283, 2588-2595, 2010.