Dr Kevin Judd
Senior Visiting Fellow (2009-2012)
Associate Professor at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Western Australia. He works in the area of dynamical systems theory, optimization and computer aided teaching. His research is generally in the area of dynamical systems theory and optimization, for example: the reconstruction of nonlinear dynamical systems from time series, in particular the application of Minimum Description Length, and variable embedding; the theory of indistinguishable states and shadowing trajectories and its application to state estimation and ensemble forecasting, especially in very high dimensional systems like the atmosphere. He is particularly interested in understanding and quantifying uncertainty in forecasts when using imperfect models. He has past and current collaborations with a wide range of researchers including engineers, medical doctors, insurers, physicists, meteorologists and climatologists.
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