People

Dr Ian Griffiths

Royal Society University Research Fellow and Senior Research Fellow

Mathematical Institute

Ian has research expertise in the mathematical modelling of strategies for water purification, including membrane filtration and the removal of contaminants via magnetic separation. He collaborates with the Water Desalination Research Centre, KAUST, and the Complex Fluids Group in Princeton University.

E: ian.griffiths@maths.ox.ac.uk
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Professor Robert Hahn

Professor and Director of Economics

Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment

Professor Robert Hahn has helped design market-based approaches for water resource management around the world. He is currently conducting a number of field experiments on water conservation and more efficient water management with Dr Robert Metcalfe. His research focuses on institutional design and measuring behavior change.

E: robert.hahn@smithschool.ox.ac.uk
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Dr Sophie Haines

James Martin Fellow; ESRC Future Research Leaders Fellow

Institute for Science Innovation and Society

Sophie is an anthropologist interested in natural resource decision-making in contexts of social and environmental change. As part of multi-disciplinary projects including the Oxford Martin Programme on Resource Stewardship (OMPORS), REACH: Improving water security for the poor, and IMPETUS (Improving predictions of drought for user decision making) she has studied the use of scientific information and predictions in resource management and natural disaster preparedness, with a focus on water resources. She has carried out ethnographic fieldwork and interview-based studies in the UK, Belize and Kenya.

E: sophie.haines@insis.ox.ac.uk
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Professor Jim Hall

Professor of Climate and Environmental Risk (School of Geography and the Environment), Senior Research Fellow (Department of Engineering Science), Fellow (Linacre College)

Environmental Change Institute

Jim Hall examines the management of climate-related risks in infrastructure systems, in particular relating to flooding, coastal erosion and water scarcity.
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E: jim.hall@eci.ox.ac.uk
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Professor Nick Hankins

Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering; Fellow and Tutor in Engineering, Lady Margaret Hall

Department of Engineering Science

Nick Hankins holds expertise in the application of colloids, surfactants, and interfaces in process technology for potable and waste water treatment.

E: nick.hankins@eng.ox.ac.uk
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