Triangulation of Spherical and Cartesian points using 2D splines
Highly scalable framework to simulate landscape evolution on a variety of mesh types
Python tool for computing the Curie depth from the magnetic anomaly
I am a Postdoc in the EarthByte Group at the University of Sydney. I am interested in the inversion of thermochemical properties of the lithosphere subject to available geophysical data and their uncertainties. Inversions that couple multiple datasets ultimately improve the precision and understanding of the thermochemical evolution of the Earth.
I am passionate about open source software! On this website you will find links to repositories where source code is available with examples of how to reproduce peer-reviewed benchmarks and published results. You will also find code snippets that I have found useful - and maybe you will too!
PhD in Earth Science, 2016
The University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Science (Hons), 2011
Coupling the evolution of mantle flow, crustal deformation, erosion and sedimentary processes using open-source modelling tools.
To develop a robust and unique model of temperature within Ireland’s crust and to produce a 3D temperature atlas of the country.