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Shannon Leakey
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Caspar Hewett
A novel Godunov-type scheme for free-surface flows with artificial compressibility2022
Shannon Leakey
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Caspar Hewett
Artificial Compressibility with Riemann Solvers: Convergence of Limiters on Unstructured Meshes2022
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Improved hydrological modelling of urban catchments using runoff coefficients2021
Shannon Leakey
Dr Caspar Hewett
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Paul Quinn
Modelling the Impact of Leaky Barriers with a 1D Godunov-Type Scheme for the Shallow Water Equations2020
Vassilis Glenis
Robert Bertsch
Professor Chris Kilsby
Developing spatial prioritization criteria for integrated urban flood management based on a source-to-impact flood analysis2019
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Greg O'Donnell
The Blue-Green Path to Urban Flood Resilience2019
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Vedrana Kutija
Professor Chris Kilsby
A fully hydrodynamic urban flood modelling system representing buildings, green space and interventions2018
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
A Probabilistic Analysis of Surface Water Flood Risk in London.2018
Dr Maria Pregnolato
Dr Alistair Ford
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Sean Wilkinson
Professor Richard Dawson
et al.
Impact of climate change on disruption to urban transport networks from pluvial flooding2017
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Richard Dawson
Professor Chris Kilsby
Pluvial flooding in European cities - A continental approach to urban flood modelling2017
Robert Bertsch
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Urban Flood Simulation Using Synthetic Storm Drain Networks2017
Dr Claire Walsh
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Hayley Fowler
John Richmond
Professor Richard Dawson
et al.
Adaptation of water resource systems to an uncertain future2016
Dr Maria Pregnolato
Dr Alistair Ford
Dr Craig Robson
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Stuart Barr
et al.
Assessing urban strategies for reducing the impacts of extreme weather on infrastructure networks2016
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
A transient stochastic weather generator incorporating climate model uncertainty2015
Dr Fabio Galatioto
Vassilis Glenis
Assessment of major weather event impacts using traffic microsimulation techniques2015
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Delivering and evaluating the multiple flood risk benefits in Blue-Green cities: An interdisciplinary approach2014
Dr Fabio Galatioto
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Exploring and Modelling the Impacts of Rainfall and Flooding on Transport Network. The case study of Newcastle upon Tyne2014
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Vedrana Kutija
Flood Risk Management in Small Urban River Using a Sustainable Urban Drainage System: Wortley Beck, Leeds, UK2014
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Implications of climate change for thermal discomfort on underground railways2014
Vassilis Glenis
Modelling a Green Roof Retrofit in the Melbourne Central Business District2014
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Probabilistic spatial risk assessment of heat impacts and adaptations for London2014
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Professor Richard Dawson
Professor Mike Martin
Claire Watkins
et al.
Collaborative platform to facilitate engineering decision-making2013
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Stephen McGough
Dr Vedrana Kutija
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Simon Woodman
et al.
Flood modelling for cities using Cloud computing2013
John Richmond
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Models of daily rainfall cross-correlation for the United Kingdom2013
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Vedrana Kutija
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Stephen McGough
Dr Simon Woodman
et al.
Urban flood modelling using cloud computing2013
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Alistair Ford
Professor Jim Hall
A Probabilistic Risk-Based Approach to Addressing Impacts of Climate Change on Cities: The Tyndall Centre’s Urban Integrated Assessment Framework2012
Professor Hayley Fowler
Vassilis Glenis
Using the UKCP09 probabilistic scenarios to model the amplified impact of climate change on drainage basin sediment yield2012
John Richmond
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Hayley Fowler
et al.
Stochastic rainfall modelling for the assessment of urban flood hazard in a changing climate2010
Professor Chris Kilsby
Vassilis Glenis
John Richmond
UK Climate Projections science report: Projections of future daily climate for the UK from the Weather Generator2010
Professor Chris Kilsby
Vassilis Glenis
John Richmond
UK Climate Projections science report: Projections of future daily climate for the UK from the Weather Generator2009
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Richard Dawson
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Stuart Barr
Dr Michael Batty
et al.
Engineering Cities: How can cities grow whilst reducing emissions and vulnerability?2009