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Myles Allen

Myles Allen

Professor of Geosystem Science, Leader of ECI Climate Research Programme, University of Oxford

Myles Allen is Professor of Geosystem Science in the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford and Head of the Climate Dynamics Group in the University's Department of Physics. His research focuses on how human and natural influences on climate contribute to observed climate change and risks of extreme weather and in quantifying their implications for long-range climate forecasts.

Myles has served on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change as Lead Author on Detection of Climate Change and Attribution of Causes for the 3rd Assessment in 2001 and as Review Editor on Global Climate Projections for the 4th Assessment in 2007.

He proposed the use of Probabilistic Event Attribution to quantify the contribution of human and other external influences on climate to specific individual weather events and leads the www.climateprediction.net project, using distributed computing to run the world’s largest ensemble climate modelling experiments.

Current/recent responsibilities

Research Cluster coordinator: Climate, School of Geography and the Environment.

Group Leader, Climate Dynamics Group, Department of Physics, University of Oxford. Responsible for climate modelling and attribution, comprising on average 4 post-docs and 5 doctoral students over the past three years.

Principal Investigator, "www.climateprediction.net - distributed computing for global climate research", collaborative project (2000 present, overall budget c. £4m), performing large-scale Monte Carlo simulation of climate change 1900 - 2100 using idle CPU on personal computers volunteered by the general public.

Co-Director, Oxford Martin Programme on Resource Stewardship

Lead Author, "Detection of Climate Change and Attribution of Causes", Chapter 12 of the IPCC WG1 Third Assessment. Review Editor, "Global Climate Projections" Chapter 10 of the IPCC WG1 Fourth Assessment. Lead author, "Detection and Attribution of Climate Change: from Global to Regional", Chapter 10 of the IPCC WG1 Fifth Assessment.

Member of the US NOAA/Dept of Energy International Advisory Group on the Detection and Attribution of Anthropogenic Climate Change.

Climate Change Series

What the invasion of Ukraine means for the IPCC’s latest climate change report

Apr 05, 2022 11:54 am UTC| Nature

The UNs new IPCC report on the mitigation of climate change says that immediate and deep emissions reductions are needed to limit global warming, along with removing carbon dioxide back out of the air in future. Meanwhile,...

Climate Change Series

COP26: a letter to a school striker from 'the physicist behind net zero'

Nov 06, 2021 08:05 am UTC| Insights & Views

Dear school striker, Well done on all you are doing you seem to have made more impact on the climate issue in the past couple of years than Ive managed in the previous three decades working away on it, and Ive been...

Climate Change Series

Don't fall into the trap of restarting last decade's 'climate wars'

Jan 18, 2017 16:03 pm UTC| Insights & Views Nature

In the run-up to Donald Trumps inauguration, many climate experts are expressing concern that his views and those of his senior appointees are at odds with mainstream climate science. Theyre grimly preparing to re-enter...

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Economy

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Hyundai Steel uses low-carbon electric furnace to produce high-end steel

Hyundai Steel Co. will launch the production of high-end steel materials by establishing Hy-Cube, a new electric furnace-based steel production system. The Hy-Cube technology is based on a new electric furnace concept...

S. Korean scientists use mussel adhesive protein to connect severed nerve segments

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Politics

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Iran: Incident at Parchin military complex leaves one killed, one wounded

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US Justice Department targeting Trump attorneys, advisers in fake electors investigation

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US GOP Rep. Jim Jordan demands to see all evidence against him before complying to Jan. 6 panel subpoena

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Science

S. Korean scientists develop magnet-based soil purification tech

The Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute had developed a method for purifying radioactively contaminated soil by using magnets to separate radioactive cesium from the soil. Cesium is most frequently found in...

Hyundai Mobis’ monitoring system reduces drowsy driving risks by 30%

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California start-up Bionaut Labs to send tiny robots on voyage into brains

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Kirin, Meiji University develop electric chopsticks that make low-salt food taste salty

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Japanese researchers develop plastic with self-repairing powers

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Technology

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A unified cybersecurity strategy is the key to protecting businesses

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AI could help us spot viruses like monkeypox before they cross over – and help conserve nature

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Blizzard reveals global release times for ‘Diablo Immortal’

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FromSoftware suggests ‘Dark Souls’ online servers are coming back soon

The long wait may be over soon for avid fans of Dark Souls. Developer FromSoftware has recently provided an update on the status of the games online servers more than four months after they were taken down...
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