Caroline works on the Climate and Operational Model over Africa
Global Model Development Scientist
Andrew leads non-orographic gravity wave parametrization research and development in the Met Office, researches middle atmosphere and space weather.
Dan works in developing and assessing the Met Office Hadley Centre's climate models.
Paul works to develop the Global Atmosphere Model, with a particular interest in dynamics and model resolution.
Julian works on the prediction of tropical cyclones worldwide.
Edmund Henley does space weather research.
Tim is a scientist working on the climate model simulation of mid-latitude atmospheric blocking and the stratosphere.
Tim investigates global climate change, leading a modelling team that works on advancing understanding and simulation of coupled climate processes.
Mike leads a Met Office data assimilation research group and also works on theoretical atmospheric dynamics and nonlinear partial differential equations.
Sean leads the Global Model Evaluation and Development section responsible for the Global Atmosphere configurations of the Unified Model across all time scales.
Space Weather Research Scientist
Global Model Numerical Sensitivity Scientist
Claudio explores the seamless nature of the Met Office Unified Model and the benefits of stochastic physics schemes for weather and climate models.
José works on understanding and reducing systematic errors in coupled climate models, in particular the representation of the global hydrological cycle.
David manages research to develop Global Atmosphere configurations of the Unified Model to be used seamlessly across all timescales.
Keith leads research to understand and evaluate the cause of errors in the Unified Model.
Martin works on the evaluation and development of the parameterization of convection in the Global Atmosphere version of the Unified Model.
Prince works on the seamless assessment of error growth in global models.
Global Coupled Model Scientist
Mike is a Space Weather Applied Scientist in space weather research and forecasting.
Last updated: 15 May 2014