Jonathan Carter


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    My research is in to using mathematical techniques to understand uncertainty in engineering and science. In particular how do we make predictions when our understanding of the drivers of the prediction are uncertain, and how to then make robust decisions based on those uncertain decisions.

    I have applied these techniques across a range of industries and science, but I have a deep understanding of the issues associated with geoscience. Areas where I have worked include: petroleum reservoir engineering, planetary science, motor sport, electrical supply systems, pharmaceutical systems, epidemiology, near surface geoscience, insurance, gas turbine design.

    Education/Academic qualification

    semiconductor physics, Doctorate, Charge self-consistent empirical tight-binding cluster method for semiconductor surface structures, University of Warwick

    Award Date: 1 Oct 1988


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