Global modelling scientists
Our global modelling scientists
Melissa is a global model development scientist.
- Dr Andrew Bushell
Andrew leads non-orographic gravity wave parametrization research and development in the Met Office, researches middle atmosphere and space weather.
- Dr Dan Copsey
Dan works in developing and assessing the Met Office Hadley Centre's climate models.
- Dr Paul Earnshaw
Paul works to develop the Global Atmosphere Model, with a particular interest in dynamics and model resolution.
Siegfried does space weather research.
Tim leads a team working on development of the coupled weather and climate model.
- Julian Heming
Julian works on the prediction of tropical cyclones worldwide.
- Dr Edmund Henley
Edmund Henley does space weather research.
- Tim Hinton
Tim is a scientist working on the climate model simulation of mid-latitude atmospheric blocking and the stratosphere.
- Prof. Mike Cullen
Mike leads a Met Office data assimilation research group and also works on theoretical atmospheric dynamics and nonlinear partial differential equations.
Mike is a Space Weather Applied Scientist in space weather research and forecasting.
Marion works on the evaluation of models across space and time scales
- Dr Sophie Murray
Space Weather Research Scientist
- Dr José Rodríguez
José works on understanding and reducing systematic errors in coupled climate models, in particular the representation of the global hydrological cycle.
- Dr Lorenzo Tomassini
Lorenzo works on the interaction between convection and the atmospheric circulation, and contributes to global model development.