Thomas works on numerical aspects of the dynamics equations. This includes aspects of the transport schemes and solution to elliptic equations on massively parallel computers.
Terry develops and maintains the atmospheric dynamical core of the Met Office's Unified Model.
Although no longer working at the Met Office, Markus continues to collaborate on an ad hoc basis with Scientists in Dynamics Research on physics dynamics coupling, i.e. the coupling between the physics parameterization and the dynamical core.
Thomas works on developing and testing new numerical techniques for the Met Office's Unified Model dynamical core.
Ben works on atmospheric convection, with a particular interest in microphysics.
Chris develops and tests computer code used for simulating large-scale atmospheric motion.
Andrew develops innovative numerical methods for dynamical cores, focusing on the Met Office's Unified Model.
Numerical methods and geophysical fluid dynamics are the core areas of John's research activities.
Now fully retired from the Met Office, Andy continues to collaborate on an ad hoc basis with a number of Scientists in Foundation Research
Nigel leads Dynamics Research which is responsible for all aspects of the atmospheric dynamical core of the Met Office's Unified Model.
Mohamed works on numerical aspects of the dynamics equations. This includes advection/transport schemes and their application to passive tracers and other prototype dynamical sets of equations, like shallow water equations.
Tommaso works on developing and testing numerical methods for the Met Office's next generation dynamical core GungHo.
Last updated: 15 October 2015