Research Interests (See here)
My research covers many disciplines, ranging from developing new remote sensing techniques to understand the complex nature of glacier systems. My primary interests can be summarised as follows:
- Better understand the controls on tidewater glacier dynamics and understand how they will evolve into the future.
- Develop Remote Sensing and Earth Observation solutions to understanding environmental problems, particularly in glaciology and associated topics.
- Develop novel processing algorithms and analysis tools for remote sensing data sets to improve performance and information extraction.
I continue to be involved in a number of international projects, most of which I am leading or play a leading role in. I am currently involved in two major field-based projects (based in Svalbard and Scotland) that aim to demonstrate the mapping capabilities of a new 94 GHz ground-based radar system. I am also incredibly proud to be part of two major projects that aim to enhance the voices of Early Career Researchers’ (ECRs) through the SIOS and APECS organisations. Both of these projects to seek to create resources to help field scientists and Polar researchers’ guide their way through the maze of remote sensing data sets we have available to us.