Dr Jules Kajtar
Research Associate
Field of Research: 
ENSO dynamics, Indian Ocean variability
Contact details:

Room 450.17
Mathews Building (F23)
UNSW, Kensington 2052

Jules is a research associate at the Climate Change Research Centre, UNSW. He analyses climate models and observational data to investigate modes of climate variability.

Jules has a diverse research background, but with particular expertise in numerical mathematics. Before commencing at the CCRC in October 2012, he completed his PhD on numerical relativity and fluid dynamics (Monash University, 2010). He then undertook a postdoctoral fellowship, during which he built and analysed numerical models of swimming fish (Monash University, 2010-12).