**Webpage**: **http://www.people.vcu.edu/~hrogrosky**

**EDUCATION**

Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of North Carolina

Dissertation: “Modeling liquid film flow inside a vertical tube”

Advisors: Prof. Roberto Camassa and Prof. Greg Forest

B.S. in Mathematics and Economics, Duke University

**RESEARCH**

My research interests lie in the area of applied mathematics, primarily in the development and study of mathematical models for nonlinear phenomena in fluid dynamics and atmospheric science. I use a combination of analytical and numerical methods to study both deterministic and stochastic models. I also use a variety of statistical, experimental, and data analysis techniques to compare model results with observations and experiments.

**SELECTED PUBLICATIONS**

Camassa, R., Marzuola, J., Ogrosky, H.R. & Vaughn, N. 2016 Traveling waves for a model of gravity-driven film flows in cylindrical domains. Physica D 333, 254-265.

Ogrosky, H.R. & Stechmann, S.N. 2016 Identifying convectively coupled equatorial waves using theoretical wave eigenvectors. Mon. Wea. Rev. 144, 2235-2264.

Camassa, R. & Ogrosky, H.R. 2015 On viscous film flows coating the interior of a tube: thin-film and long-wave models. J. Fluid Mech. 772, 569-599.

Ogrosky, H.R. & Stechmann, S.N. 2015 The MJO skeleton model with an observation-based background state and forcing. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc. 141, 2654-2669.

Camassa, R., Ogrosky, H.R. & Olander, J. 2014 Viscous film flow coating the interior of a vertical tube. Part I. Gravity-driven flow. J. Fluid Mech. 745, 682-715.

Stechmann, S.N. & Ogrosky, H.R. 2014 The Walker circulation, diabatic heating, and outgoing longwave radiation. Geophys. Res. Lett. 41, 9097-9105.

**PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS**

2016-Present Assistant Professor, VCU Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

2013-2016, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Mathematics