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Current PhD students

Name Photo Role Tel. / Room No. Email
Controls on the track and intensity of tropical cyclones in the Bay of Bengal HP / 180
Ice - Ocean interactions and the circulation of salty oceans on icy moons BH / 2U08
BH / 1U09
HP / 180
Combining Machine Learning and Data Assimilation to Infer, Estimate and Characterise Model Errors BH / 2U07
The control of cloud and moisture on extratropical cyclone evolution BH / 3L67
Extracting likely scenarios from high resolution ensemble forecasts in real-time BH / 1U07
A new approach to navigating uncertainty in climate-related hydrologic risk BH / 2U07
The role of ozone in sub-seasonal to seasonal weather prediction BH / 2U06
Climate Response to Short-lived Pollutants (CReSP) HP / 181
HP / 181
Fundamental Mechanisms of Arctic Summer-time Cyclone Growth and Sea-Ice Interaction BH / 1U07
The feeder stream: investigating the mechanisms causing extreme precipitation in cyclones BH / 3L60
BH / 2U06
Machine learning and data assimilation of sea ice thermodynamics BH / 2U08
Understanding forecast value in complex decision-making systems BH / 2U06
The impact of megafaunal loss and climate change on ecosystem functions in aridland ephemeral river systems BH / 2U07
Advanced methods for assimilating satellite data in numerical weather prediction HP / 181
Modelling Cities in a Global Weather model BH / 1U09
Origins of the solar wind
Ensemble forecasting BH / 1U07
Modelling and forecasting of the Indian ocean bipole BH / 2U06
HP / 181
Modelling the frequency of extreme event forecasts for the management of funds for humanitarian action BH / 1U09
Complex network approach to improve marine ecosystem modelling and data assimilation BH / 2U08
HP / 180
BH / 3L67
Origin and evolution of detailed structure in coronal mass ejections BH / 3L60
Impacts of black carbon on the timing of the snow melt
Understanding the impact of Anthropogenic aerosol emissions on north atlantic mulidecadal variability BH / 2U08
Ocean heat uptake and transport BH / 1U08
Detecting severe weather with radars for observations-based nowcasting BH / 1U09
HP / 180
Multi-model data assimilation techniques for flood forecasting BH / 2U07
Venus Ionised Droplet Investigations BH / 1U09
Improvement of fog forecasting using atmospheric electricity BH / 1U09
A study of convergence zones in South America: driving mechanisms and their decadal variability BH / 2U06
Coupled carbon, energy and water fluxes BH / 1U08
Interactions between radiation and convective organisation BH / 3L67
Improving convective storm simulations through scale-adaptive and flow-adaptive sub-grid methods BH / 2U06
Using aviation meteorology to improve aircraft safety BH / 2U07
Characterising the Effects of Topography on Tropical Cyclone Precipitation in Luzon, Philippines BH / 1U08
Using Aircraft Observations and Modelling to Improve Understanding of Mineral Dust Transport and Deposition Processes BH / 1U08
Iterative ensemble Kalman smoothers with time-correlated model errors BH / 1U07
The role of post-tropical cyclones for European extreme weather
 Surface fluxes, temperatures and Boundary Layer evolutions in the building grey zone in London BH / 2U08
Using high-resolution climate models to predict increases in atmospheric turbulence
BH / 3L60
HP / 181
Snowflake dynamics in the lab and atmosphere BH / 1U09
A global perspective on the urban heat island effect BH / 2U08
Atmosphere blocking dynamics: Persistence, re-intensification and interaction with other weather systems BH / 1U09
Analysis of peatland carbon dynamics using combined optical and microwave satellite data BH / 2U07
HP / 180
Forecast improvements from solar wind data assimilation BH / 2U08
HP / 180
BH / 1U07
/ 3L60
´╗┐Understanding drivers of multiscale variations in climate extremes over China BH / 3L68

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