My primary area of research is hydrological modelling and simulation using the Grid-to-Grid rainfall-runoff model. I joined CEH in 2014 as a NERC Research Associate in the Reynard Section. Projects currently being worked on include:
- Development of CEH flood forecasting software, including Grid-to-Grid and PDM, for research and operational use. Includes the development of operational code for the FFC and migration of Grid-to-Grid onto the Met Office Cray HPC
- Analysis of local flood forecasting models and production of flood forecasting summaries for model performance across England and Wales.
- Surface Water Flooding Hazard Impact Model using Grid-to-Grid hindcasts
- Application of Grid-to-Grid to the Great Barrier Reef, Australia as part of eReefs project
2014 - : Mathematical Modeller, CEH
2009 - 2013: PhD in Theoretical Particle Physics, University of Durham
Thesis title: Infrared Structure of Dijet Production at the LHC ( http://etheses.dur.ac.uk/)