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Paula Rowińska

I'm a PhD student of Mathematics of Planet Earth CDT, based at Imperial College London. My research focuses the impact of renewables on electricity prices. I'm doing my best to explain maths and climate science to non-scientists, so if you get lost, it's definitely my fault. Please don't hesitate to contact me!

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Joe Wallwork

Joe Wallwork

As a student of MPE CDT, based at Imperial College, I am currently working on adaptive numerical methods in ocean dynamics, with particular interest in application to tidal power generation and tsunami modelling. I am passionate about finding solutions to the enormous problems posed by climate change and its consequences, and try to incorporate this into my lifestyle as much as possible.

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Kevin Synnott

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Goodwin Gibbins

Goodwin Gibbins

I'm doing my MRes and PhD on the mathematics of climate change at the moment, trying to step back and look at the system as a whole. Current main areas of interest are paleoclimate, thermodynamics of the earth system in general, entropy in particular and what scientists can do to help society best with this global warming problem.

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Tom Bendall

Tom Bendall

My main interests are weather prediction and climate modelling, in particular the physics that is used within them, describing the motion of the atmosphere and ocean. I'm currently studying for an MRes at Imperial College London. My current work focuses on how we can describe oceanic and atmospheric processes whose scale is smaller than the scales in our model, but have a significant effect on the fluid.

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Matt Garrod

Matt Garrod

I'm an MRes student at the Mathematics of Planet Earth Doctoral Training Center. I'm currently studying spatially embedded networks with applications in the study of wireless sensor networks and opinion dynamics.

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Adriaan Hilbers

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