Dr Alma Schellart
University of Sheffielda.email@example.com
After completing her PhD on uncertainty in sewer sediment transport, Alma worked as a researcher at the University of Sheffeld, on uncertainty in integrated water quality modelling and the use of rainfall radar data. From 2011 to 2013 Alma worked as a lecturer at the University of Bradford where she expanded her research on urban rainfall and started research on energy balance in the urban water cycle and heat recovery from urban drainage systems.
Activities and Distinctions
- Collaborating on INNERS Interreg IVB project, www.inners.eu
- Co-supervisor of Mohamad Adbel-Aal, PhD project ‘Heat transfer in buried pipes’, University of Bradford
- Coordinator of Marie-Curie Initial Training Network on Quantifying Uncertainty in Integrated Catchment Studies
- Supervisor of Andrew Bailey, PhD project 'Towards Integrated Physically-Based Modelling of Urban Rainfall-Runoff Processes'