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Centre for Atmospheric Science

I am a PhD student looking at how machine learning techniques can be used to obtain more robust and actionable projections of urban climate extremes (e.g. heatwaves) and assess its impact on future energy demand. My supervisors are Dr Scott Hosking (British Antarctic Survey), Dr Emily Shuckburgh (British Antarctic Survey), Dr Alex Archibald (Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge) and Dr Richard Turner (Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge). Before coming to Cambridge I did a masters in Computational Statistics and Machine Learning at UCL and studied Physics at Imperial College London.

Centre Highlights

• Nov 22nd 2021: Dr Anger-Kraavi has co-authored a paper with Paris Reinforce. Read the open access version here

• Nov 3rd 2021: Watch Dr Anger-Kraavi at the COP26 side event: Accelerating Implementation of the Paris Agreement - Ambition and Just Transitions via YouTube.

• Oct 18th 2021: Watch Dr Anger-Kraavi on Cambridge Talks: Can leaders turn Paris ambition into Glasgow action at COP26? via YouTube.

• Oct 11th 2021: Listen to the CCPG's Dr Anger-Kraavi speak about the upcoming COP26 on Tyndall Talks via Spotify.

• April 24th 2021: Listen to Dr Anger-Kraavi speak about the cost of climate reform on the BBC's The Real Story via their website

• May 14th 2020: Watch Dr Chiara Giorio speak about climate, ice cores and atmospheric particles on YouTube

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