PhD, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), 2016
Master's, Australian National University, 2009
Bachelor of Software Engineering, Australian National University, 2004
My research is in the effects of climate change on hailstorms, convective processes, and precipitation microstructure. I have worked extensively on the small-scale variability of precipitation, which influences how well remote sensing techniques like radar can estimate rainfall. In my work I examine the ways that climate change may affect hailstorms and severe thunderstorms in future, using high-resolution numerical weather simulations to understand changes in convective processes.
My Research Supervision
In 2022 I was primary convenor for CLIM3001/CLIM6001, Climate Systems Science.