Sabrina Draude

Project: Methodology for effective operational blockage reduction

Supervisors: Professors Zoran Kapelan and Edward Keedwell, Emma Harris

Sabrina is based at Exeter and will be completing her studies there. Sabrina graduated from the University of Exeter in 2016 with a BSc in Physical Geography. Her dissertation was focused climate change effects on glacial lake outburst floods in the Himalayan mountain range.

Work Experience
In the summer of 2015 she worked at the Ordnance Survey headquarters in Southampton as their products intern. This role involved testing new open data and assessing its usability for the general public. Within this role she used a variety of different programs such as QGIS, PgRouting and PgAdmin and scripting using C+ and Javascript. By the end of the internship she had designed a set of usability test scripts to be used on the general public when a new GIS product has been developed and this has been rolled out to the Team. In her time at Ordnance Survey she was able to see the full life-cycle of commercial software delivery.

Research Interests
• Mathematical modelling of leakage
• Hydraulic modelling
• Climate change
• Uncertainty analysis
• Hydroinformatics

WISE 2017 Summer School Presentation: Sabrina_Draude_Jun17[1]

June 2017 Poster: Sabrina Draude Jun17