CV

KEY TOPICS:  river science, floods, hydro-climatology, climate, data science, big data, fluvial geomorphology, statistics.

EMPLOYMENT

SERVICE

ROLES and FELLOWSHIPS

  • 2019-: Convenor, Oxford Water Network
  • 2019-: Equality & Diversity Committee member (for Silver Athena SWAN application), School of Geography and the Environment, U. Oxford
  • 2018-: Visiting Fellow in River Science, School of Social Sciences, Loughborough University, UK
  • 2017-18: Co-lead for two themes within Loughborough University’s Changing Environments and Infrastructure Research Excellence Challenge (Resilience of infrastructure to environmental change & Natural hazards)

POSTDOCS

  • 2018-(ongoing): Laurent Courty (Loughborough University)

PhD/DPhil SUPERVISION

  • 2018-(ongoing): Marcus Buechel (U. of Oxford)
  • 2018-(ongoing): Timo Kelder (Loughborough University)
  • 2018-(ongoing): Jiajun Li (Loughborough University)
  • 2017-(ongoing): Tessa Driessen (Loughborough University)

MSc/MPhil SUPERVISION

  • 2018-(ongoing): Olivia Becher (MSc, U. of Oxford)
  • 2017-(ongoing): Bailey Anderson (MPhil, U. of Oxford)

GRANTS

EDUCATION

REVIEWS

  • Journals: Geophysical Research Letters; Water; Water Resources Research; Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres;  Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences; Scientific Reports;  Geomorphology; Hydrology Research;  Hydrology and Earth System Sciences; Monthly Weather Review;  Nature Communications; Science; Geology (see Publons).
  • Research Councils: NERC, EPSRC, NSF

PUBLICATIONS and TALKS

  • For publications, click here
  • For talks, click here

ORGANISING and CONVENING CONFERENCES

  • 2018-04: Using R in Hydrology, 2 hour workshop
  • 2018-01: Seasonal Forecasting, 2 day national meeting, Loughborough University
  • 2017-09: The evolution of flooding and flood risk conference, Geological Society, London

TECHNICAL SKILLS

  • Programming: proficient in R.
  • Data science, big data, machine learning:  predictive modelling.
  • High performance computing: cluster computing.
  • Statistics: varied; time series analyses (detection, attribution, forecasting).
  • Spatial analysis: programmatic GIS.
  • Data visualisation: digital illustration/visualisation, app design.
  • Remote sensing: satellite imagery and aerial photography.
  • Numerical landscape modelling: digital elevation models, LiDAR.

FIELD SKILLS

  • Environmental data collection
  • Terrestrial LiDAR and photographic structure from motion (Sfm)
  • Drone imagery (UAV)
  • GNSS (GPS) systems; ground truthing
  • Laser measurements
  • Hydrology; telemetry
  • River channel and basin surveys
  • Geomorphological mapping and survey; qualitative analysis
  • Lithology.

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Languages: Bilingual in English and French, good working knowledge of German, basic understanding of Spanish and dialectal Arabic.
  • Professional memberships: American Geophysical Union, European Geosciences Union, British Society for Geomorphology, British Hydrological Society