Ulysse Pasquier

Senior Research Associate

Dr Ulysse Pasquier is a researcher in flood risk management and climate adaptation. Ulysse obtained his PhD in Environmental Science from the University of East Anglia in 2020 under the supervision of Dr Helen He. In partnership with the Broads Authority, this NERC-funded CASE studentship looked to assess future compound flooding risks in the Broadland Catchment. Ulysse has since carried out research on urban resilience at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, US. His work focused on developing process-based approaches to model the impact of land use and climatic changes on water resources and flooding risk in cities such as Los Angeles. Ulysse (re)joined the Tyndall Centre in 2023 as a senior research associate as part of the EU-funded CoCliCo project, which is developing coastal climate services for Europe related to marine flooding and sea-level rise. Within CoCliCo, Ulysse is initially assessing and synthesising contemporary coastal flood adaptation practise across European coastal nations to create a baseline for European-scale analysis over the coming century.