People

Dr Manus Henry

Director, Advanced Instrumentation Research Group (AIRG)

Department of Engineering Science

Dr Henry’s interests include self-validating sensors and flow measurement. He is currently developing a three-phase flow metering system for monitoring oil, gas and produced water flow rates in upstream oil and gas applications.

E: manus.henry@eng.ox.ac.uk
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Dr Sam Henry

Detector Development Scientist

Department of Physics

Sam Henry is a physicist developing instrumentation for tracking magnetic fields. He is investigating potential applications of this technology for groundwater exploration and monitoring using geophysics techniques.

E: s.henry1@physics.ox.ac.uk
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Dr Feyera Hipra

Postdoc - REACH & FRACTAL

School of Geography and the Environment

Feyera is a postdoctoral researcher in African hydrology and climate, working for the REACH programme and on the Future Resilience for African CiTies And Lands (FRACTAL) project. He has a wide-ranging research experience in the areas of hydrological modeling and remote sensing.

E: feyera.hirpa@ouce.ox.ac.uk
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Prof Robert Hope

Professor of Water Policy; Director of the Water Programme & Water Security Initiative

Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment

Rob is an economist with expertise in water economics and development policy. He has worked on large, interdisciplinary water management and poverty reduction projects in Africa and South Asia. He heads the Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment’s Water Programme, the School of Geography and the Environment’s Water Security Initiative and REACH – Oxford’s largest water security programme.

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E: robert.hope@ouce.ox.ac.uk;
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Dr Sonia Ferdous Hoque

Postdoctoral Researcher in Water Security and Society - REACH

School of Geography and the Environment

Sonia is a researcher in Water Security and Society, for the REACH programme. She leads on social science theory and methods linking water security and poverty in Africa and Asia. Her interests lie in the environmental social sciences, with experience in rural livelihoods, climate change adaptation, urban water governance and multidimensional poverty assessment in developing countries.

E: sonia.hoque@ouce.ox.ac.uk
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