I am a first year PhD student joint with University of Cambridge looking at how machine learning techniques can be used to obtain more robust and actionable projections of urban climate extremes (e.g. heat waves) and assess its impact on future energy demand. My main supervisor is Dr Scott Hosking and co-supervised by Dr Emily Shuckburgh, Dr Alex Archibald (Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge) and Dr Richard Turner (Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge). This project is in CASE partnership with Max Fordham.
Before coming to BAS I did a masters in Computational Statistics and Machine Learning at UCL and studied Physics as an undergraduate at Imperial College London.
Publications from NERC Open Research Archive
Summers, Tim, Mackie, Erik ORCID record for Erik Mackie, Ueno, Risa, Simpson, Charles ORCID record for Charles Simpson, Hosking, J. Scott ORCID record for J. Scott Hosking, Suciu, Tudor, Coburn, Andrew, Shuckburgh, Emily. (2022) Localized impacts and economic implications from high temperature disruption days under climate change. Climate Resilience and Sustainability, 1. 10.1002/cli2.35
Official launch of the BAS AI Lab!
Blog 4 December, 2019