Dr James Webber

Job: Lecturer in Water Systems Engineering

Employer: University of Exeter

PhD Thesis: Reliable and resilient surface water management through rapid scenario screening

PhD Supervisors: Professors Guangtao Fu and David Butler

Dr James Webber is a Research Fellow working in the Centre for Water Systems, University of Exeter. His research includes a range of topics associated with strategic water management, with a particular focus on developing regional flood resilience strategies using distributed green infrastructure. James has a particular interest in working across the water and environmental sector to engage novel research with partner organisations.

Prior to joining CWS, James has held positions as a Research Impact Fellow in the Land, Environment, Economics and Policy Institute (University of Exeter), a visiting researcher in the Waterway Ecosystem Research Group (University of Melbourne) and as an Urban Water Planning Consultant (CH2M Hill).

You can find out more about James’ research through his Google Scholar and LinkedIn profiles.