Chief Scientific Officer

Dr Jeff Neal

Jeff Neal is Associate Professor and Turing Fellow at the University of Bristol and a Founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Fathom.

He is an expert in the development of hydraulic models for inundation prediction across a range of scales and applications. His research has been funded by organisations including the NERC, EU, Google, Royal Society and Leverhulme Trust.

Jeff has >50 publications in internationally recognised scientific journals and several papers with >100 citations. He is also an editor of the journal Geoscientific model development.

Jeff's recent work

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Research Paper

Increased population exposure to Amphan-scale cyclones under future climates

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Research Paper

A 30 m global map of elevation with forests and buildings removed

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Research Paper

Inequitable patterns of US flood risk in the Anthropocene

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Research Paper

Design flood estimation for global river networks based on machine learning models

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An assessment of large-scale flood modelling based on LiDAR data

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Estimating River Channel Bathymetry in Large Scale Flood Inundation Models

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Event Response

Cyclone Eloise, Mozambique 2021

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Research Paper

Combined Modeling of US Fluvial, Pluvial, and Coastal Flood Hazard Under Current and Future Climates

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Event Response

Hurricane Iota, Central America 2020

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Research Paper

Toward Global Stochastic River Flood Modeling

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