Professor of Environment and Public Policy
Sarah examines relations between humans and the material world, science and democracy, and collaborative interdisciplinary research projects, including the science and politics of flood risk management.
Tim studies the dynamics of weather, climate variability and change with a focus on the North Atlantic / European region. Particular interests are in jet stream variability, atmospheric blocking and the response of the storm tracks to climate change.
Associate Professor of Climate Physics
Laure is interested in climate dynamics and large-scale ocean circulation; climate variability, predictability and prediction; role and response of the ocean in regional and global climate change; interaction between climate and the carbon cycle. She uses a hierarchy of numerical models, advanced analytical, numerical and statistical methods and available observations.