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Mr James Salter

Postgraduate

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Telephone: 01392 726403

Extension: (Streatham) 6403

I'm currently working on a PEN funded project, entitled "Searching for the deglaciation: spatio-temporal boundary condition uncertainty and its implications for understanding abrupt climate change", with Daniel Williamson (Exeter), Lauren Gregoire (Leeds), and Tamsin Edwards (Open University).

Research interests: emulating and history matching (calibrating) expensive computer models with high-dimensional output, quantifying spatial model discrepancy, implausibility-based ensemble design.

Past:

PhD, University of Exeter, September 2013 - March 2017

Title: Uncertainty quantification for spatial field data using expensive computer models: refocussed Bayesian calibration with optimal projection

Supervised by Daniel Williamson

Publications:

Salter, J. M., Williamson, D. B., Scinocca, J., & Kharin, V. (2017). Uncertainty quanti[c]cation for spatio-temporal computer models with calibration-optimal bases. In submission.

Salter, J. M., & Williamson, D. (2016). A comparison of statistical emulation methodologies for multi-wave calibration of environmental models. Environmetrics, 27(8), 507-523.

Williamson, D., Blaker, A. T., Hampton, C., & Salter, J. (2015). Identifying and removing structural biases in climate models with history matching. Climate Dynamics, 45(5-6), 1299-1324.

 

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