Much of our work is collaborative with other departments within the University of Oxford and the wider scientific community.

Applied Dynamical Systems and Inverse Problems group, Oxford University
(Irene Moroz, Hugh McNamara, Chris Farmer, ADSIP group website)

We work closely with members of the Applied Dynamical Systems and Inverse Problems group based at OCIAM in the Maths Institute, University of Oxford.

AOPP Climate Dynamics group, Oxford University
(Climate Dynamics group website)

We work alongside the Climate Dynamics group also based in Atmospheric, Oceanic & Planetary Physics, University of Oxford.

European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, Reading, UK

ECMWF is an international organisation that is the world leader in medium and extended-range numerical weather forecasts. Some of our research makes use of the numerical weather prediction models developed at ECMWF, and research is often done in collaboration with scientists based at ECMWF.

Oxford Climate Research Network (OCRN)

The University of Oxford’s Climate Research Network is a cross-divisional research community, harnessing Oxford’s diverse strengths to address the challenge of managing climate change in a complex and uncertain world. The network aims to develop a research agenda to address key challenges of a changing climate, deepen knowledge to inform policy and planning, and develop instruments to improve practice in partnership with government, research and business communities.