Dr Christopher Hubbard

Dr Christopher Hubbard

Research and Impact Officer (Water Research Institute)

School of Biosciences

Email:
hubbardcg@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 0845
Location:
Sir Martin Evans Building, Museum Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3AX

I have always been fascinated by interdisciplinary work, be it on the edges between disciplines, in the interface between pure and applied research, or between academia and the public and private sectors. In my role as the Institute’s Research and Impact Officer, I am responsible for promoting, coordinating and communicating interdisciplinary research and societal impact on key water challenges.

Please contact me if you want to learn more about the work of the Water Research Institute or about how you can become involved.

Appointments:

Jan. 2017 – present Research and Impact Officer, Cardiff Water Research Institute, Cardiff University
Promoting, coordinating and communicating interdisciplinary research and societal impact on key water challenges

Sep. 2011 – Sep. 2016 Geological Project Scientist, Earth and Environmental Sciences Area, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, California, USA
Interdisciplinary, industry-facing project on the biogeochemistry and treatment of sulphidic waters in oil reservoirs

Sep. 2008 – Aug. 2011 Postdoctoral Research Assistant, School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds
Electrical (bio)geophysical signatures in porous media

Oct. 2007 – Jan. 2008 Part-Time Sessional Lecturer, School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science, University of Reading
Introductory course on Earth Structure and Materials

Feb. 2007 – May 2008 Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Earth Sciences, University of Bristol
Uranium sorption to iron and manganese minerals

Qualifications:

July 2007 PhD. “Acid mine drainage generation and transport processes in the Tinto River, SW Spain." University of Reading.
Dec. 2000 MSc (Distinction). Environmental Biogeochemistry. University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.
July 1999  BSc (Hons, First). Environmental Geoscience. University of Durham.