Professor of Geosystem Science
Myles examines how human and natural influences on climate contribute to observed climate change and risks of extreme weather and in quantifying their implications for long-range climate forecasts.
Associate Professor in Numerical Optimization
Cora’s research develops and analyses algorithms for finding extrema of functions of possibly many variables, an area so called numerical optimization. Cora is also interested in uses of optimisation algorithms such as in signal processing and climate modelling. For the latter, working on automating the parameter tuning process for climate models using optimisation algorithms.
I’m interested in the dynamics of the Arctic Ocean. It is a complicated space and one which is sparsely observed and difficult to model. This means we still have a lot to learn.
The Arctic is changing rapidly. Although it is a comparatively small ocean, its oceanic, cryospheric and atmospheric changes are important for climate beyond the Arctic.
My interests are both in the fundamental physics of Arctic ocean and atmosphere circulation, and contributing to improving the representation of these processes in climate models