Grantham Research Institute on
Climate Change and the Environment,
London School of Economics,
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7955 7622
I work at
London School of
Economics but I am a physicist by training and a climate modeller by
experience. My interests and my research span many different
fields but tend to focus on uncertainty (and its implications) and how
we understand and respond to climate change.
I co-founded the climateprediction.net
project with Prof. Myles Allen and I continue to work on how we
design large climate modelling experiments, how we interpret them for
science, how we interpret them for policy decisions, and how we
communicate climate science to the public and
decision makers. I also maintain an interest in the potential for
public resource distributed
computing within citizen science projects. In addition I work on
the processing of observations to inform adaptation planning,
conceptual questions linked to how we undersatand climate and climate
change, nonlinear dynamical systems, and uncertainty analysis in
integrated assessment models.
Some of the areas in which I work are
listed on the right, with links to further details coming soon.