Principal Modeller

Dr Niall Quinn

Niall joined Fathom in 2017 after completing four years as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Bristol, working on a variety of research projects focussed on flood risk prediction. Prior to this work, Niall undertook a PhD modelling tide-surge wave interactions, at the University of Southampton.

Since joining Fathom, Niall has worked primarily on the development of probabilistic models, with the aim being to provide cutting edge stochastic model capability.

Niall's recent work

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Inequitable patterns of US flood risk in the Anthropocene

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

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Meet the team: Niall Quinn

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Toward Global Stochastic River Flood Modeling

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Insights into Fathom-US 2.0

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A New Automated Method for Improved Flood Defence Representation in Large‐Scale Hydraulic Models

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New estimates of flood exposure in developing countries using high-resolution population data

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Fathom EGU Blog

Dr. Ollie Wing presenting at the Google stand
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A flood inundation forecast of Hurricane Harvey

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The spatial dependence of flood hazard and risk in the USA

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