Alexander Bradley


  • Pint of Polar Science Organiser, 2021-2022



I am an ice-ocean modeller at the British Antarctic Survey, working on improving predictions of sea level rise from Antarctica over the next century and developing methods to permit format attribution of this sea level rise to climate change. 

Before moving to Cambridge to work for BAS, I completed my undergraduate, masters, and PhD in maths at the University of Oxford. My PhD research focussed on modelling novel microfluidic and microfabrication techniques; stepping into the world of polar science research was quite a shift for me!
Despite my very desk based research, I am loathe to stay inside: outside of work, I am usually found climbing, running, cycling, swimming, or hiking.