Environmental Data Scientist
Having recently completed a D.Phil. in Particle Physics, working in the Super-Kamiokande collaboration, I have changed directions completely to look at environmental issues.
I am working on estimating risks due to global climate change. I am especially interested in hazards due to multivariate, compound or extreme events; and how to provide actionable information with rigorous uncertainties.
As a result of climate change, temperature and humidity will increase. Especially in tropical places, this will increase heat strain, and therefore workers will need to reduce the pace of work in order to adapt. The most vulnerable groups will be manual outdoor workers. In my current work, I try to quantify this effect in the specific context of rice harvesting in South Asia.
Previous publications in neutrino physics:
C. Simpson et al., Sensitivity of Super-Kamiokande with Gadolinium to Low Energy Anti-neutrinos from Pre-supernova Emission, Astrophys.J. 885 (2019) 133
Credited author on many other Super-Kamiokande publications
See my Google Scholar page for a full list.