Raghav Pant’s role is Infrastructure Network Analyst studying the risks of failures of National Infrastructure networks due to climate related hazards. His doctoral research concentrated on robust decision-making and dynamic resilience analysis for interdependent industry and infrastructure systems. Raghav’s broader research interests lie in decision and risk analysis, economic interdependency modelling, robust optimisation, and data mining. He also won the Lloyd’s Science of Risk Prize 2016 – find out more.
RELATED HIGHLIGHTS AND CASES
This study sought to identify locations of vulnerabilities and risks in transport systems due to external shocks from natural hazards driven by climate change in Argentina. Read more
Transport Risk Analysis for The United Republic of Tanzania – Systemic vulnerability assessment of multi-modal transport networks
Researchers expose how climate change will impact Tanzania’s transport systems with knock-on risks for the economy and access to basic services. Read more
A 3-day workshops focused on providing hands-on training on how to work with spatial data and use spatial analysis tools. Read more