People

Alice Chautard

REACH Communications and Knowledge Exchange Manager

School of Geography and the Environment

Alice is responsible for the strategy and the delivery of internal and external communications for the REACH programme, and ensuring the effective delivery of the Research into Action Strategy. She has an MSc in Water Science, Policy and Management from the University of Oxford.

E: alice.chautard@ouce.ox.ac.uk
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Dr Samuel Chen

Director of Oxford Sustainable Enterprise Ltd; Research Fellow in History of Civilisation at Wolfson College

Wolfson College

Samuel Chen directs a consultancy and project management company that promotes and facilitates international collaboration between the UK/Europe and China in sustainable development, with a particular focus on water resources and catchment management, pollution control and leakage detection. He is also Research Fellow in History of Civilisation at Wolfson College, University Oxford.

E: samuel.chen@oxfordsustain.com
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Changsoon Choi

DPhil Researcher

Environmental Change Institute

Changsoon’s doctoral research focuses on Climate-smart Green Infrastructure (CGI) that addresses both climate adaptation and mitigation, explicitly considering synergies and trade-offs among climate action as well as with other environmental, economical, and social aspects in planning process.

E: changsoon.choi@gtc.ox.ac.uk

Dr Gari Clifford

Chair of Biomedical Informatics, Department of Biomedical Informatics and Biomedical Engineering Science, Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology

Department of Engineering Science

Gari runs multiple trials in low and middle-income countries, focusing on health, the use of low-cost technologies and mHealth. His interests lie in the ties between clean water provision and community health. His team works on instrumentation and data analysis. Gary is now based in the US but remains a Visiting Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Nuffield Department of Neurosciences.

E: gari@alum.mit.edu
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Prof. David Clifton

Associate Professor in Engineering

Department of Engineering Science

David Clifton is developing tools, based on machine learning methods, to (i) use sensor data from systems embedded in ‘smart handpumps’ to track the condition of the pump, and to estimate the aquifer level; and (ii) fuse data from many different sources (hydrogeological models, household surveys, the ‘smart pump’ network) to produce systems that predict risk to water security.

E: david.clifton@eng.ox.ac.uk
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