Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

University of East Anglia

October 2020 - present

My PhD project is titled 'Tropical weather systems and their global impacts: how will they evolve with climate change?' and I have the pleasure of working with Prof Adrian Matthews and Prof David Stevens. Initially I will focus on studying the Madden-Julian Oscillation and its forcing of key teleconnection patterns in CMIP6 models. Reanalysis data will be used for validation of the methods and the suitability of the models chosen but most of my research focuses on comparing the models themselves. Diagnostics have been developed to summarise the MJO and the teleconnection regimes so a statistical analysis of the links between tropical and extratropical processes will follow. Once these results have been reached the analysis will be repeated using data from different future climate simulations before being adapted to consider different tropical instability modes.

The analysis throughout my PhD will be conducted using Python and will require the use of different high performance computing clusters.

Master of Mathematics (MMath)

University of East Anglia

September 2016 - June 2020

Between 2016 and 2020 I completed a four-year Integrated Masters in mathematics, finishing with the highest mark in my class. I won a number of awards during my studies and took time to teach other undergraduates and get involved in outreach activities.

Alongside my studies I spent three years on the committee of UEA MathSoc, including two as President.

Please feel free to contact me for a full university transcript and/or list of modules taken.