Emily works as a research scientist on the development of seasonal forecast products, as well as in the role of a scientific consultant for the renewable energy industry.
Emily's primary responsibility has been for product research and development using the Met Office monthly to seasonal prediction system, GloSea5. Much of her work has focused on the prediction of user-relevant extremes on seasonal timescales. She has also undertaken capacity building at meteorological institutions around the world, in the form of training and product provision. More recently she has moved into a consultancy role, working in the renewable energy sector.
Emily joined the Met Office Hadley Centre in 2009. Prior to this, she completed a PhD in extreme value theory at the Department of Mathematics in Cardiff University. It was here that she also received her undergraduate degree in Mathematics.
Last updated: 9 April 2014