* denotes I am the second supervisor of a PhD student

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Alice Drinkwater* (PhD 2018-)

Current interests: Using methane isotopologues to understand recent changes in atmospheric methane

 Photo of Margaret Marvin Dr Maggie Marvin

Current interests: Tropospheric chemistry over SE Asia and its driving factors; satellite remote sensing.

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Dr Liang Feng

Current interests: Carbon cycle; satellite remote sensing; inverse methods.

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Caterina Mogno (PhD 2018-) 

Current interests: Understanding PM2.5 over Delhi, India.

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Dr Doug Finch

Current interests: Data science; UK surface air quality; what drives atmospheric methane? 

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Sihong "Rainbow" Zhu (Visiting PhD 2019-2020) 

Current interests: Chinese CH4 and CO2 fluxes

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Selena Georgiou* (PhD 2019-) 

Current interests: Methane fluxes over the Congo basin using in situ and remotely sensed data

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Ben Taysum (PhD 2017-) 

Current interests: Photochemistry on Mars in preparation for data from the Trace Gas Orbiter

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Dr Matt Jolleys

Current interests: Surface air quality over China, with a particular emphasis on PM2.5.

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Niall Whiteford* (PhD 2017-) 

Current interests: Retrieval of atmospheric parameters from directly imaged exoplanets

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Current interests: Driving processes of atmospheric methane; satellite remote sensing; inverse methods.

 

Jerome Woodwark (PhD 2017-) 

Current interests: Development of a methane spectrometer concept for a small satellite

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Current interests: Earth's radiation balance using satellite observations

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Fei Yao (PhD 2018-) 

Current interests: Development of methods to understand Chinese PM2.5 using satellite remote sensing data

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group Alum (URLs point PhD theses):

  • MEGAN ATKINS (Summer student 2017)MSc in environmental sustainability, Netherlands.
  • MICHAEL BARKLEY (POSTDOC, 2006-2010): Lecturer at the University of Leicester
  • JAMES BARLOW (PhD, 2010-2014; PDRA, 2014-2016): Researcher at the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA).
  • EDDY BARRATT (UNDERGRADUATE PROJECT STUDENT, Summer 2010-Summer 2011): Research scientist at SEPA.
  • ROBYN BUTLER (PhD, 2012-2017): Air quality consultant at Tonkin and Taylor, NZ
  • ANTHONY BLOOM (PhD, 2007-2011): Scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, USA.
  • CLAIRE BULGIN (PhD, 2006-2010): PDRA with Chris Merchant at the University of Reading
  • SILVIA CALDARARU (PhD, 2007-2012; PDRA, 2012-2013): PDRA at Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena.
  • XUEFENG CUI (POSTDOC, 2008-2010): Associate Professor in the College of Global Change and Earth System Research, Beijing Normal University, China
  • OSCAR DIMDORE-MILES (Summer student 2016, 2017; MPhys student, 2016-2017): D.Phil. student at the University of Oxford.
  • EMILY DOWD (Summer student 2017; MPhys student, 2017-2018): Maritime Meteorologist, Meteogroup.
  • DOUG FINCH (PhD student, 2011-2015) PDRA within group.
  • ANNEMARIE FRASER (POSTDOC, 2008-2014): Air quality scientist at Environment Canada.
  • VINITA GANESH (Undergraduate research, 2016-2017): Programme Management Intern at GRASP-UNEP.
  • ADAM GOLINSKI (MPhys student, 2015-2016): D.Phil. student at the University of Oxford.
  • SIEGFRIED GONZI (POSTDOC, 2007-2016): Senior Research Scientist at the UK Met Office.
  • CATHERINE HARDACRE (POSTDOC, 2010-2012): Senior Research Scientist at the UK Met Office.
  • JAMES HOWIE (PhD, 2007-2012): Managing director of ASCUS, http://www.ascus.org.uk/.
  • JIZE JIANG (Undergraduate research, 2016-2017): MSc student at the U. Edinburgh, 2017-2018.
  • QIAN LI (POSTDOC, 2007-2010): Research scientist at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
  • ANNA MACKIE (MPhys student, 2014-2015) PhD student within group.
  • STEPHAN MATTHIESEN (programme manager BORTAS, GAUGE, 2009-2017): self employed book translator.
  • JELTE MENSE (PhD, 2011-2016): Netherland National Police.
  • PETER NELSON (VISITING PROFESSOR, JULY-DEC, 2011): Professor from Macquarie University, Australia
  • MARK PARRINGTON (POSTDOC, 2009-2013): Scientist at European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecasts, Reading, UK.
  • ETIENNE SADEGHPOOR (MPhys student, 2018-2019)
  • JAMES SHAW (MPhys student, 2018-2019)
  • LUCIANA SINPETRU (SUMMER STUDENT 2017), Interpretation of brown dwarf lightcurves (co-supervised with Beth Biller)
  • LUKE SURL (POSTDOC, 2013-2014): Marie Curie Fellowship Holder, University of Paris
  • THIBAUD THONAT (POSTDOC, 2015-2018):PDRA at Laboratory for Climate Sciences and the Environment, LSCE / IPSL
  • ROBERT TRIGWELL (MSC PROJECT STUDENT from Jan 2011; GRADUATE INTERN, April--Sept 2010; Sept-Dec 2011): Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development.
  • WIN TRIVITAYANURAK (POSTDOC, 2009-2010): Government officer in the Environmental Division in the Department of Highways, Thailand.
  • JING WANG (VISITING PhD, 2017-2018): Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
  • REBECCA WILSON (PhD joint with U. Macquarie, Australia, 2011-2018): TBD 
  • YANG YAN (VISITING PhD, 2009)
  • JACK YATES (PhD, 2014-2018): Scientist at Observatory Sciences Ltd, Kirkcaldy.