My primary research interests are in the processes controlling the dynamics of active and restless volcanoes and the geophysical signals they produce, with an overarching aim of helping to improve eruption forecasting capabilities.

I have further research interests in novel geophysical monitoring methods, the use of drones and UAV’s for surveying and monitoring, reservoir geomechanics, landslide and slope stability, and volcanic risk reduction.

I am always interested to hear from prospective research students (MSc/MRes and PhD) or postdoctoral researchers. If you like the sound of my research and would love to get involved then please get in touch.

You can read more about my current projects, and postdoctoral and PhD research.