ICE/Ocean modeller, British Antarctic Survey (BAS)
Dr Alex Bradley is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the British Antarctic Survey. His research focusses on how the Greenland and Antarctic ice shelves interact with the oceans around them and the societal consequences of this, particularly with regards to sea level rise. Alex is currently developing a method to permit attribution science to be applied to sea level rise from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet over the pre-industrial era. He was previously a Darwin College Cambridge Zero David MacKay Research Associate.
Dr Bradley has an MMath in Mathematics and PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Oxford.