- Christopher Keylock born 5 November 1972, was appointed to a lectureship in Leeds in September 2000.
- His research interests involve the interactions between flows and terrain, focusing upon snow avalanches as well as flow and sediment entrainment at river confluences.
- This research has involved the development of experimental, numerical and statistical techniques.
- From 1997-2000 he studied for a PhD at the University of Cambridge in the numerical modelling of river confluence processes.
- In 1997 he was employed by the Icelandic Meteorological Office as a snow avalanche researcher.
- MSc 1996, University of British Columbia, Canada with thesis on a new method for assessing avalanche risk.
- He was involved with the SAME EU programme and has authored or co-authored five peer-reviewed journal papers, and three refereed conference papers since 1997 on avalanches and rockfall.
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