I have an on-going collaboration with colleagues at CEMAGREF in Grenoble on avalanche risk.
I am working with colleagues in hydraulic engineeting in Iowa on the sensitivity of large-eddy simulations to the nature of inlet turbulence.
In 2010/11 I hope to start work with colleagues in Illinois on the structure of near-wall turbulent flow over rough surfaces.
I am working on applications of my gradual wavelet reconstruction methodology to phenomena in the environmental, engineering and physical sciences.
I work on a variety of problems that span engineering, the earth and environmental sciences and physics. I am perhaps best known for work on the following topics:
My primary funded project at present is a collaboration with electrical engineering at UCL and mathematics at Cambridge. We are developing an advanced radar system for imaging geophysical flows.