Feyera Aga Hirpa, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Researcher 
University of Oxford
School of Geography and the Environment
South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3QY 
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My Blogs:

Lessons from calibrating a global flood forecasting system December 12, 2018

Coping with water scarcity in the Turkwel river basin, Kenya October 26, 2018 

My Bio:

am Postdoctoral Researcher in African Hydrology and Climate at Oxford University, working for the REACH: Improving water security for the poor and the Future Resilience for African CiTies And Lands (FRACTAL) projects. Previously I led the calibration of Global Flood Awareness System(GloFAS) and other developments of the system at JRC, and helped coordinate the Global Flood Service and Toolbox pillar of the Global Flood Partnership.

I hold  a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Engineering from University of Connecticut. My PhD research was on application of different data assimilation techniques for reducing hydrological forecast uncertainty through an optimal combination of observations (remotely sensed and ground-based) and hydrological models. 

My Research aims are centered at understanding the the drivers of water and climate related risks. I have a wide-ranging research experience in hydrological modeling, remote sensing and applications of machine learning.

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