Stuart Mead

stuart-mead_webStuart Mead is a PhD student with more than 5 years’ experience in numerical modelling, focusing on the application of models to simulate extreme environmental flows such as tsunamis, storm surges, avalanches, dam breaks, flash floods and lahars (volcanic mudflows).

His research expertise includes mathematical modelling of environmental flows, including data generation, processing and analysis aspects in order to develop simple, easy-to-use systems.

His PhD project aims to develop and integrate computational models of lahar hazard in order to quantify the risk and potential losses caused by lahars.