Paul H. Taylor
Professor of Engineering Science
Paul is studying the nonlinear physical processes that occur in extreme waves on the open sea via a combination of numerical simulations and analytical modelling. He is also interested in the long-term statistics of storms.
Fred is interested in experimental atmospheric physics, primarily the development and implementation of infrared remote sensing techniques for atmospheric measurements from planetary and Earth orbiting space missions, plus theoretical work on radiative transfer and modelling of energy balance problems related to meteorology and climate change.
Lisa’s research focusses on attribution of extreme weather events and human mobility in East Africa.