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Program Instructors  

 

The Offshore Wind Education program draws its strength from the diversity of expertise offered by Stony Brook faculty and  industry leaders. Click on the names below to learn more.

  • Henry Bukuniewicz,  Distinguished Service Professor, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Brian Colle,  Professor, Division Head, Atmospheric Sciences, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Mohammad Delasay,  Assistant Professor, Management, College of Business 
  • Stacey Finkelstein,  Associate Professor, Marketing, College of Business
  • Donovan Finn,  Assistant Professor, Faculty Director, Environmental Design, Policy and Planning, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences 
  • Michael M. French,  Associate Professor, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Ross GouldVice President for Supply Chain Development, Business Network for Offshore Wind 
  • Gang He,  Assistant Professor, Department of Technology and Society, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • Carrie Hitt,  Executive Director, National Offshore Wind Research & Development Consortium
  • Fang Luo,  Empire Innovation Associate Professor and Director of the Spellman High Voltage Power Electronics Laboratory, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences 
  • Kamazima Lwiza, Associate Professor, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Kevin Reed, Associate Professor, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Tara Rider,  Lecturer, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Christian Santoni,  Postdoctoral Associate, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • Christine Sloan,  Program Manager, National Offshore Wind Research & Development Consortium
  • Joseph Warren,  Associate Professor, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Peng Zhang,  Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences 
  • Yue Zhao,  Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences