2011-2015: Doctor of Philosophy, Climate Science
Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Sydney
Topic: Ocean Dynamic Influence on the Interhemispheric Asymmetry of Transient Global Warming
2005-2008: Bachelor of Philosophy Honours (Science)
Australian National University, Canberra
Specialization: Physics and Mathematics
2015-present: Postdoctoral Researcher
Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University
2011-2013: Tutor, Atmosphere and Ocean Dynamics
Climate Change Research Centre, UNSW
2013: MSCI3001, Physical Oceanography
2012: MATH2241, Introduction to Atmosphere and Ocean Dynamics
2011: MSCI3001, Physical Oceanography
Geoscience Australia, Australian Government
I completed the graduate program in 2009, with rotations in Geodesy, Airborne Electromagnetic (AEM) acquisition and interpretation, and the Australian Energy Resource Assessment (AERA). I gained a CEO award for my contribution to the AERA project. From 2010 to mid 2011, I worked in the AEM project, performing geophysical inversions and quality control of a major AEM survey. I contributed to several major data releases and interpretation reports, as part of the Onshore Energy Security Program.
In my spare time I enjoy middle and long distance running, and ran for 4 years as part of the Sydney University Athletics team. My favourite event is the 1500m, but I like to race anywhere between 800m and half marathon. I also play the piano and sing a little, and am keen to try some winter sports like cross country skiing and ice skating.