MSci., Meteorology & Oceanography, University of East Anglia (2015 – 2019)
- Downstream dynamic effects of convective cloud processes
- Reducing forecast errors due to convective cloud processes
- Using ensemble convection resolving models
- Science communication
I am a PhD pre-candidate at the University of Michigan. My current research uses the ECMWF TIGGE dataset to examine the link between diabatic weather events over North America and low accuracy weather forecasts over Europe.
Much of my research and work has been eclectic, I completed my BSc and MSc (MSci) at the University of East Anglia in the UK. During my time, I completed two projects:
- Lightning climatology of Poland in collaboration with the IMGW-PiB.
- Using an AirCore instrument for sampling CFCs in the upper troposphere – lower stratosphere with the EXC3ITE research group.
I also have work experience in the field of meteorology:
- Part-time weather forecaster for WeatherQuest in Norwich, UK
- Atmospheric remote-sensing scientist intern for Vaisala in Helsinki, Finland
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