I am the Program Director of the Bachelor of Data Science. My interests are in analysis of high-frequency signals from complex dynamical systems
I am primarily a highly interdisciplinary Data Scientist interested in understanding complex dynamical systems, by analyzing their high frequency outputs/data, from which we might be able to infer their intrinsic mechanisms. Most of my research to date has involved studying the role of turbulence in the atmosphere, but recent advances in neurosciences has highlighted the fact the brain signals, can also be studied using methods applied to turbulent motion in fluids.
- Schumacher B., Katurji M., Zhang J., Zawar-Reza P., Adams B. and Zeeman M. (2022) Adaptive thermal image velocimetry of spatial wind movement on landscapes using near-target infrared cameras. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 15(19): 5681-5700. http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/amt-15-5681-2022.
- Katurji M., Zhang J., Satinsky A., McNair H., Schumacher B., Strand T., Valencia A., Finney M., Pearce G. and Kerr J. (2021) Turbulent Thermal Image Velocimetry at the Immediate Fire and Atmospheric Interface. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 126(24) http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2021JD035393.
- Porhemmat R., Purdie H., Zawar-Reza P., Zammit C. and Kerr T. (2021) The influence of atmospheric circulation patterns during large snowfall events in New Zealand's Southern Alps. International Journal of Climatology 41(4): 2397-2417. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/joc.6966.
- Saputra A., Gomez C., Delikostidis I., Zawar-Reza P., Hadmoko DS. and Sartohadi J. (2021) Preliminary identification of earthquake triggered multi-hazard and risk in Pleret Sub-District (Yogyakarta, Indonesia). Geo-Spatial Information Science 24(2): 256-278. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10095020.2020.1801335.
- de la Higuera I., Kasun GW., Torrance EL., Pratt AA., Maluenda A., Colombet J., Bisseux M., Ravet V., Dayaram A. and Stainton D. (2020) Unveiling crucivirus diversity by mining metagenomic data. mBio 11(5): 1-17. http://dx.doi.org/10.1128/mBio.01410-20.