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Dr Chris Sloan

joining the Met Office in 2007. Prior to this he worked for eight years in Applied Research at BAE Systems. There Chris worked on a low-cost micromachined silicon gyroscope for automotive and commercial applications. Chris has a PhD entitled 'Dynamic Behaviour Of Short-Stroke Electromagnetic Actuators' from the University of Leeds and a Masters degree in Engineering from the University of Warwick.

Dr Gavin Evans

is a long-term goal of this team. Career background Gavin joined the Met Office's Post Processing team in 2013. Prior to this, he completed a PhD in Physical Oceanography at the University of Southampton entitled "Circulation and Carbon Variability in the South Atlantic Ocean". Prior to this Gavin undertook a MSc at the University of Birmingham in Applied Meteorology and Climatology, and a MPhys in Physics at the University of Warwick.

Dr Omar Jamil

in our models, but at the lowest possible compute cost. In order to achieve this, Omar is using the latest machine learning frameworks with techniques such as deep learning. Career background Omar joined the Met Office in 2012. Prior to joining the Met Office, he was a post-doctoral research fellow in theoretical astrophysics at Ohio University. He holds a PhD in Physics from University of Southampton and an MPhys from University of Warwick.

Dr Stephen Gallagher

the University of Manchester in 2009 with a degree in Physics before moving to the University of Warwick to study models of fusion plasma turbulence. His doctorate involved developing numerical simulations of reduced models of plasma physics and using them to research weakly turbulent wave interactions. After

Dr James While

a daily analysed global field of the diurnal cycle in SST. Career background James began his science career by studying physics at the University of Warwick. At completion of his degree he moved to the University of Leeds to work towards a PhD in geophysics, specifically studying the use of gravity

Lucy Neal

Dispersion Model model and , incorporating EMEP European emissions, NAEI UK emissions, Entec shipping emissions and biogenic emissions. Career background Lucy graduated from Warwick University in 2007 with a BSc in Mathematics before completing an MSc in Atmosphere, Ocean and Climate at Reading

Dr Cyril Morcrette

in physics from the University of Warwick and a PhD in meteorology from the University of Reading. As a post-doc in the Department of Meteorology at the University of Reading, he carried out research on the initiation of convective storms in the British Isles. External Recognition Cyril was awarded the L

Dr Ian Boutle

the University of Warwick. External recognition Ian is a member of the GASS panel, which has responsibility for fostering international collaboration on atmospheric physics and parametrization development. Ian was awarded an honorable mention in the 2017 WCRP/WWRP International Prize for Model Development

Dr Neill Bowler

. Since 2017 Neill has started work on the use of GNSS radio occultation observations. Prior to joining the Met Office, Neill completed a PhD in Physics at the University of Warwick. This work was on the role of noise in optimisation problems and in diffusion-limited aggregation.

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