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Under the leadership of Professor Dan Parsons, the Energy and Environment Institute gathers together world leading scientists, across this multidisciplinary space, to conduct impactful research on the global challenges presented by environmental change and securing a low-carbon energy supply.
EEI Management Team & Professor of Physical Geography
Tom’s research interests relate to modelling of flooding and fluvial geomorphology. He chaired the 2007 independent review into the Hull floods and was lead author on its influential report.
EEI Management Team & Strategic Projects Lead
Giles focuses on strategic EEI projects, including bringing Ark-National Flood Resilience Centre to fruition.
EEI Management Team & Reader in Environmental Fluid Dynamics
Rob’s research covers multiphase, turbulent and stratified flows and is applied to offshore wind, via the Aura partnership project.
EEI Management Team, Reader in Historical Geography & Director of the Leverhulme DSC for Water Cultures
Briony’s research focuses on histories of landscape and environmental change inc the AHRC Risky Cities project. She is Director of the Doctoral College.
EEI Management Team & EEI Deputy Director
Stuart's research focuses on physical modelling of flow processes and sediment transport dynamics. He heads up the Aura CDT's PGDip Offshore Wind & the Environment.
EEI Management Team & Director – Centre for Sustainable Energy Technologies
Xudong is a globally recognised energy researcher whose focus is around sustainable building services, renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.
Leverhulme Trust Research Fellow
Josh is a fluvial geomorphologist interested in large river morphodynamics, floodplain evolution, and channel behaviour on this planet and beyond.
Joanna provides administrative support to Energy and Environment Institute team assisting in supporting the Institute’s activities and operations.
Anne studies sediment transport processes and its effect on large-scale river and estuary morphology in numerical models
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Elena’s research interest is morphodynamics and sediment transport.
Flood Innovation Centre Project Manager
Pip is responsible for the operational management and project delivery of the Flood Innovation Centre - an ERDF funded project supporting SMEs to develop new products or services in flood resilience and to make their organisation more flood resilient.
Creative Producer - Risky Cities
Developing co-created, artistically ambitious projects combining science, arts and heritage to raise climate awareness and build flood resilience in our communities.
EvoFlood Postdoctoral Research Associate
Pauline is a researcher with the EvoFlood project, focusing on river-floodplain systems and their evolution in response to climate change.
As executive support to the Director of the Energy and Environment Institute Jo plays a key role in co-ordinating the Institute’s business, developing its activities, managing projects, and co-ordinating HR and finance functions.
Nicola is working on a NERC funded project in association with Southampton - Effects of Environmental Context on Species Trait Expression in Moderating Projections of Marine Ecosystems Future.
Lecturer in Flood Hazard and Risk
Steven’s research focuses on bridging the theory-practice gap in flood resilience with a particular emphasis on governance, civil society, and serious gaming.
Florence works across disciplines on a broad spectrum of topics; most prominently Youth Activism, Education, Social Justice, Sustainability and Climate Change.
Post Doctoral Research Assistant
Julie’s research centres on the role of benthic microalgae and bacteria on biological stabilisation as part of the Geostick project.
Flood Innovation Centre Researcher
Cecilia works on the 'Mapping the Gaps' project, led by the Flood Innovation Centre, in partnership with Aviva, to deliver effective models for post-flood support.
Flood Innovation Centre Technology Research Manager
Hiatt works with SMEs to develop and support innovation projects, running diagnostics to determine the innovation intervention required, working collaboratively and developing tailored packages of support.
Lecturer in Renewable Energy and Carbon Removal
Ben works at the interface between renewable energy and carbon removal, assessing the energy needs of technological systems as well as their societal impacts on the global community.
Flood Innvoation Centre Technology Research Manager
Elena works with SMEs to develop and support innovation projects and assess projects, running diagnostics to determine the innovation intervention required. Elena also brokers and assembles tailored packages of support and works collaboratively with SMEs to deliver these projects.
Senior Research Fellow
Jing is working on the heat pump technology and has experiences in solar collector, solar PV, heat pipe and thermodynamic cycle.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Charlie Lloyd's research is focused on quantifying mixing processes and sediment transport in stratified flows, using both experimental and numerical techniques.
Xiaoli is a Senior Research Fellow whose interests are in renewable/Sustainable energy technologies, energy efficiency technologies and energy in the built environment
COP26 Research Fellow
Agota is a civil engineer with a passion for wind energy, researching wave loading on offshore wind turbines and their dynamic structural responses.
Amy helps to provide administrative support to the activities and operations of the Energy and Environment Institute
Flood Innovation Centre Administration Officer
David provides administrative support to the Flood Innovation Centre team, acting as first point of contact for SMEs and other stakeholders.
Research and Enterprise Senior Administrator
Andrea provides support to the Energy and Environment Institute team assisting in supporting the Institute’s activities and operations
Sam is working with the Flood Innovation Centre as Charity Support Coordinator, alongside his research interests in community flood resilience.
Energy and Environment Institute Marketing Manager
Amy is responsible for Energy and Environment Institute marketing and communications, with a particular focus on the THYME project and the Flood Innovation Centre.
Steve is developing our understanding of sedimentary processes through the application of novel acoustic measurements of flow and sediment transport.
Post Doctoral Research Associate
Edward is working on development and mathematical analysis of equations which describe gravity currents.
Aura CDT Programme Manager
Researcher for the Flood Innovation Centre
Kate is a post-doctoral researcher with interests in the cultural anthropology of water, landscapes and flooding.
Rob's research centres around Geomorphology and Flood Risk with an interest in the development and use of novel technologies to study hydraulics, sediment transport, slope stability and the impacts of fauna and flora on those processes.
Greg’s interests are centred on understanding Earth surface processes and morphodynamics. He is currently looking at flood risk and resilience on the Mekong delta and how this may be altered in the future.
Lecturer in Renewable Energy
Simon’s interests centre around renewable energy and the use of regional-scale hydrodynamic modelling to support human activities, understand their effects, and improve planning and policymaking.
Josh is supporting the THYME project to map bioeconomy assets across the THYME region. He also leads on the 'Hedgerows: Mapping the Gaps' project.
Xuxu focuses on small-scale bedform (ripple) developed with cohesive materials including both physical and biological cohesion to quantify interactions of near-bed hydrodynamics, sediment transport dynamics and turbulence over developing bed.
Chun works with SMEs to develop and support innovation projects, running diagnostics to determine the innovation intervention required, working collaboratively and developing tailored packages of support.
Cheng’s research covers solar heat storage and building energy efficiency.
CSET Deputy Director & Administration Manager
Zishang is a Senior Research Fellow, interested in green-building and low-carbon city design/planning, sustainable building technology integration and Machine-Learning based building/city optimisation.
PhD Biological Sciences
Impacts of Seabed Vibration on Sediment Structure and Infaunal Organisms
PhD Energy Technology
A novel data centre cooling system using a micro-channel loop heat pipe system
PhD Physical Geography
Quantifying and modelling global large river fluxes of microplastic
PGDip and PhD Offshore Wind and the Environment
Aura CDT in Offshore Wind Energy and the Environment
PhD Computer Science (Aura CDT)
The future of global offshore natural capital with climate change
PG Dip Offshore Wind Energy and the Environment
Aura Centre for Doctoral Training
PhD Biological Sciences
Microplastic in remote marine food webs
Catastrophic Flows: Scaling flood events and ecohydraulics in experimental models
PhD Physical Geography (Aura CDT)
Scour Protection and the Test Tank of Secrets
PhD History (Water Cultures)
Water, Drought, Indentureship and Slavery in the nineteenth century British Empire
PhD Computer Science
Using Big Data, Internet of Things and AI to dynamically map flood risk
The Ecological fate of microplastics in Antarctic marine environments - a source to sink approach
The impacts of windfarm associated noise on commercially important invertebrates
PhD Physics (Aura CDT)
Low Power High Performance Neuromorphic Circuits for Remote Sensing and Monitoring in the Offshore Wind Sector
Natural Flood Management: Optimising design to reduce geomorphic impact
Linking functional and demographic traits to predict population viability of marginal coral populations
Knickpoint migration and longer-term submarine channel evolution in Bute Inlet, BC, Canada.
Mapping and modelling flows upstream of pumping stations to minimise fish and eel entrainment
MSc Environmental Sciences
Analysing microplastic ingestion in Antarctic fish species
PhD Biological Sciences (Aura CDT)
Cumulative and in-combination effects of offshore infrastructure on ecological resources
Advanced Carbon and Energy Management and Eco-design Platform for Urban Districts
PhD Physical Geography
Sand mining sustainability: Quantifying rates and locations of sand mining using high-resolution satellite data
PhD English (Water Cultures)
Discourse and governance of UK flooding and coastal erosion
Catastrophic Flows: Simulating Catastrophic floods on Mars
MSc Biological sciences
The movements of downstream migrating silver eels at fish-friendly pumping stations
The solar assisted space heating and hot water supply technologies
PhD Human Geography
The exploitation of children on the move in the context of environmental change
Palaeo-Environmental Reconstruction from Seafloor Landscapes
PhD Biology (Panorama NERC DTP)
Testing new genomic tools for identifying the winners and losers of climate change
Performance analysis of a Counter Flow Dew Point Evaporative Cooler in Data Centres using Artificial Intelligence
International perspectives and cultural perceptions of flood risk evolution with climate change
PGDip and PhD Offshore Wind and the Environment
PhD Electronic Engineering (Aura CDT)
Fibre optic sensors for cable lifetime performance
MSc (by Research) Chemical Engineering
Production of Nano-celluloses and Nano-carbons from Spent Pea Biomass for Waste Water Treatment and it is Techno-economic analysis
Catastrophic Flows: The Influence of Vegetation on Coastal Dynamics
PhD Earth Sciences
The physiological effects of microplastic ingestion
Ecological responses to environmental change: an experimental approach to the causes of extinction
Modelling the geomorphological impacts of Natural Flood Management interventions using a novel coupling of physical and computational experiments
The dynamics of in-stream vegetation and its impacts on fluvial flows
Sand mining sustainability, Quantifying rates and locations of sand mining using high resolution satellite data
A Novel Environment-Interactive-Wall for Zero Carbon Heating and Cooling for Buildings
PhD Mechanical Engineering
Design and optimisation of novel thermoelectric cooler geometry
Reconciling lethal control of an iconic native species (red deer Cervus elaphus) with nature conservation within a multiple-use landscape.
Living with Water: Perceptions of floods and flood risk in Hull, Past, Present and Future
PhD Chemical Engineering
From textile waste to advanced carbon materials for wind turbine blade manufacturing
Worms On Film: How, Where and When did Metazoans begin Bioturbating Microbial Substrates?
Time dependent ultraviolet degradation of marine plastics.
A foraminiferal solution to the Contourite/Turbidite problem
Water Cultures in Conflict at Pebble Mine, Bristol Bay, Alaska
The transport mechanisms of microplastics in major rivers and their surrounding coastlines: A case study in the Mekong River, SE Asia
PhD Physical Geography (Water Cultures)
Living on the Edge: Surviving and thriving in the Holocene Humberhead Levels
Wind to Hydrogen and ePTA: Chemical Manufacture through Electrolysis
Quantifying the evolutionary response to anthropogenic selection in migrating species
PhD Mechanical Engineering (Aura CDT)
Numerical modelling of wind turbine blade manufacture
PhD Human Geography (Water Cultures)
The Cultural Production of Flood Injustices
PhD Marine Sciences (Aura CDT)
Economic and Socio-cultural implications of offshore wind on fishing communities
Understanding the spatial and temporal dynamics of environmental DNA for monitoring and management of priority invasive species
PhD Geology (Aura CDT)
Palaeo record of Tsunami risk to Offshore Renewable Energy Infrastructure
Advanced Computational design/planning tool for district-scale carbon and energy prediction, management and optimisation
Quaternary Evolution of Mediterranean Lakes
PhD Microplastics Researcher
Vicky is researching the effects of multiple stressors on aquatic organisms, including plastics and climate change predictions.
Optimisation of thermoelectric generator and hybrid photovoltaic-thermoelectric system for power generation
PhD Earth Science
Catastrophic Flows: Quantifying the sedimentation of ignimbrites: understanding the behaviour of pyroclastic density currents through experimental modelling
Evaluating the impact of motion travel on cognitive ability of offshore workers: a VR experience.
MSc Physical Geography
Art and tabletop games as effective interdisiplinary tools for communicating flood resilience
A novel tri-functional cooling photovoltaic/thermal (RC-PV /T) system
Sticky Coasts: Characterising the role of biological cohesion in modulating erosion in coastal fringe environments
Impacts of Microplastic pollution on intertidal food webs
Linking landscape processes and bioeconomies through translation of pollen archives
Turbulent-Laminar transitions in flows laden with cohesive sediment
The evolution of functional disparity in the avian skull
The PDC flow units problem: Deposit heterogeneity from varying cohesive behaviourand sediment flux
Investigation of the Novel Photons Up-conversion PV Cells Enabling the Enhanced Solar Efficiency beyond the SQ Limit
PhD Law and Environment
Children's environmental human rights and marine plastic pollution
The suspension and sedimentation of variable buoyancy microplastic particles
Wind Sourced Energy Storage
Sticky Biomolecules – From Sediments to Astrobiology
Systemic Behavioural Change - COVID vs Carbon
Nematode genomics and metagenomics to address agricultural threat
The efficacy and long-term evolution of Natural Flood Risk Management interventions: a combined experimental and numerical modelling approach
English literature, water, health, and wellbeing in estuary communities, 1500-1700
Latitudinal Forcing on Deep Ocean Continental Shelf Seawater Mixing
A novel high efficiency solar PV/T heating and power system
Lecturer in Geology
Anna is a lecturer in metamorphic geology who also works on Quaternary sediments.
Visiting Research Fellow
Chris specialises in using computer models to see how floods change our landscapes and how these changes influence future flood risk.
Vicky's research is focused in the field of thermochemical treatment (pyro-gasification processes) of lignocellulosic biomass residues/fossil fuels/waste for bioenergy-biofuels-biochemicals.
Lynne's specialisms are in flood and coastal risk management, ecohydraulics and estuarine hydraulics and sedimentation
David's research focuses on local and regional green economic development, sustainable cities and sustainability transitions theory
Jane's expertise is mainly in diatom-based palaeoecological reconstruction of long-term climate change from analysis of lake sediment cores.
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