I am a Research Officer in the Centre for the Analysis of Time Series (CATS) at the London School of Economics. I am part of the Munich Re Programme under theme b, "Quantifying the uncertainty in economic impacts of climate change and increasing the economic relevance of climate modelling".
My research interests include:
- Methods for quantifying uncertainty in climate projections
- Experimental design of climate model studies for decision-relevance
- Defining, quantifying, and understanding uncertainty
- Scientific inference and the relation between statistical and dynamical modelling techniques
I am organising three NERC Advanced Training workshops on Understanding Uncertainty in Environmental Modelling. For more information and to apply, click here. Last year's workshop went very well and I am looking forward to running the course again.
I also work on the Global Calculator project, an online open-source visualisation tool which allows users to explore energy, lifestyle and technology pathways to 2050 and see the impacts on resource use and climate change.