DPhil Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, UK. 2014
Thesis title: ‘Stochastic Parametrisation and Model Uncertainty supervised by T. N. Palmer (Physics) and I. M. Moroz (Mathematics).

BA and MSci (Hons) Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge, UK. 2010
Part III (MSci): Theoretical and Experimental Physics. Class 1 (79%)
Part II (BA): Theoretical and Experimental Physics. Class 1 (80%)


Lectureship in Physics. 2018-20
Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford, UK.

Natural Environment Research Council Independent Research Fellow. 2018-23
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics, University of Oxford, UK.

Advanced Study Program Postdoctoral Fellow. 2017-18
Climate and Global Dynamics, National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA.

Junior Research Fellow. 2013-16
Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford, UK.

Postdoctoral Research Assistant. 2013-16
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics, University of Oxford, UK.


American Meteorological Society Early Career Leadership Academy 2018
Lloyds Science of Risk Peter Taylor Prize, runner up. 2016
Corpus Christi College Junior Research Fellowship. 2013-16
Royal Astronomical Society Keith Runcorn Prize: best UK doctoral thesis in Geophysics. 2014
Jesus College Oxford Graduate Scholarship. 2012
Aspen Center for Physics Trustee Fund Award. 2012
Silver award in UK Parliament “SET for Britain” competition (physics). 2012
University of Oxford Johnson Prize: best Transfer of Status report. 2012
Natural Environment Research Council Doctoral Training Award.  2010-13
California Institute of Technology Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship. 2009
Institute of Physics Undergraduate Bursary for academic achievement. 2008


PI, NERC Independent Research Fellowship. (£536,595). 2018-23
Co-I, EU H2020 project ‘PRIMAVERA’. (Budget: €15 million. Oxford budget: €460,000). 2015-19
Met Office Academic Partnership summer student placement award (£2000). 2016
Met Office Academic Partnership summer student placement award (£2000). 2015

Co-I, 11th PRACE project: Climate SPHINX Reloaded (10.2 million Core Hours/£102,000) 2016-17
Co-I, 10th PRACE project: Climate SPHINX (20.7 million CH/£207,000) 2015-16
PI, ECMWF special project “Constraining stochastic parametrisation schemes through coarse graining” (560,000 CH/£5,600) 2015-17
Co-I, ECMWF special project “The Impact of Stochastic Parametrisations in Climate Models: EC-EARTH System Development and Application” (1.75 million CH/£17,500) 2015-17
Co-I, ECMWF special project “Representing uncertainty in weather and climate prediction” (960,000 CH/£9,600) 2012-14


Co-convenor, EGU2020 session on ‘Nonlinear and Stochastic Dynamics of the Earth System’
Co-convenor, AGU2019 session on ‘Stochastic parameterization and climate sensitivity in GCMs: clouds, precipitation, and climate variability’
Organising Committee, International Workshop on Machine Learning in Climate Modelling, U. Oxford, Sep 2019
Founder, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics ‘Research Reports’, U. Oxford, June 2019
Lead convenor, EGU2019 session on ‘Representing Uncertain Sub-grid Processes’
Initiator and co-organiser of ‘Boulder Stochastic Modelling Community’. Quarterly workshops for local research community, with 25-30 members. 2017-18
Advanced Study Program representative on UCAR Innovation Council 2017-
Organising committee for U. Oxford Physics Postdoc Career Event, Jan 2017
Atmospheric Physics representative on Oxford Postdoc Liaison Committee, 2016
Organising committee for OpenIFS User Meeting, ECMWF, 10-12 Jun 2015
Interviewing undergraduate Physics applicants for Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 2013-14, 2018
Organising committee for international conference, “Stochastic Modelling and Computing for Weather and Climate Prediction”, U. Oxford, 18-21 Mar 2013

Reviewer for:
Agence Nationale de la Recherche, National Science Foundation, Chaos, Geophys. Model. Dev., J. Atmos. Sci., J. Climate, Mon. Weather Rev., Nonlinear Proc. Geoph., Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, Q. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc.  2011-


Member of the American Meteorological Society. 2018 –
Member of the American Geophysical Union. 2013 –
Member of the European Geosciences Union. 2011 –
Associate Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society. 2010 –