I am NERC Independent Research Fellow in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge where I am a member of the Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics group.
My research focuses on the large scale processes in the stratosphere. Some of my current interests include understanding the radiative and dynamical interactions taking place in the atmosphere, the chemical processes that affect stratospheric ozone and exploring the seasonal to decadal aspects of the circulation.
I am interested in supervising Masters and PhD projects as well as summer students. Please get in touch to discuss various project ideas (or just to chat about the stratosphere!).
Email: adk33 [at] cam.ac.uk or A.Ming [at] damtp.cam.ac.uk
- Fellow in Mathematics at Churchill College, Cambridge
- Co-ordinator of the Cambridge Centre for Climate Science (CCfCS), University of Cambridge
- Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow at DAMTP, University of Cambridge
- Polar Chemistry-Climate researcher at the British Antarctic Survey
I run an international journal club discussing stratospheric dynamics. Meetings are virtual and happen every other Thursday at 3 pm (GMT), lasting about an hour and a half.