ESPA Deltas researcher scoops ARCHER Impact Award

ESPA Deltas researcher Dr Lucy Bricheno has won this year’s ARCHER Impact Award competition for her case study “Unstructured mesh modelling for Bangladesh.”

Dr Bricheno of the National Oceanography Centre is a researcher on the ESPA project ‘Assessing Health, Livelihoods, Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation in Populous Deltas’. This project, led by Professor Robert Nicholls, aims to provide policy makers with the knowledge and tools to enable them to evaluate the effects of policy decisions on people’s livelihoods.

ARCHER is the latest UK national supercomputing service and its Impact Awards seek to recognise and reward researchers working on the supercomputer who are making a substantial impact on the economy and society through their work.

Dr Brichengo’s winning case study will be published on the ARCHER website soon.

Find out more about the ARCHER Impact Awards.

Find out more about Assessing Health, Livelihoods, Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation in Populous Deltas.

 

3 December, 2015