Mr Max Bradbury
Researcher in ORE Metocean Data Integration
School of Biological and Marine Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Max is a Researcher at the University of Plymouth for the Marine-I project. His core role is to maintain the high-frequency radar and its data which records tidal and wave measurements off the north coast of Cornwall whilst being the interface for businesses wishing to make use of the radar's data. Max determines whether a business’s desired use of the radar is plausible and determines the method for solving their problem.
Max undertook a BSc in Marine Environmental Science at The University of Portsmouth where he developed a strong interest in the renewable sector, leading him to undertake an MSc in Marine Renewable Energy at The University of Plymouth. The combination of his two degrees allows Max to understand the physical and biological impacts of renewable energy whilst his MSc dissertation using the HF radar and neural networks gave him the technical expertise for handling the radars data.
- MSc Marine Renewable Energy, University of Plymouth
- BSc (Hons) Marine Environmental Science, University of Portsmouth
Bradbury, M.C.; Conley, D.C. Using Artificial Neural Networks for the Estimation of Subsurface Tidal Currents from High-Frequency Radar Surface Current Measurements. Remote Sens. 2021, 13, 3896. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs1319389