Neil McIntyre graduated with a BEng in Civil Engineering from Edinburgh University in 1990. He then worked for seven years in the Scottish water industry before coming to Imperial where he did an MSc in environmental engineering and a PhD in water quality modelling. Neil worked as a Lecturer/Reader in hydrology from 2001-2013, including teaching water quality modelling, hydrometry, rainfall-runoff modelling, open channel flow, environmental engineering, water resources, computational analysis and hydroinformatics. In January 2013 he moved to the University of Queensland to work as Director of the Centre for Water in the Minerals Industry www.cwimi.uq.edu.au/. He currently co-supervises 3 Phd students at Imperial, and leads collaboration between Imperial and The University of Queensland on research into groundwater recharge, the changing water cycle and hydrologic ecosystems modelling.
et al., 2014, The impact of rural land management changes on soil hydraulic properties and runoff processes: results from experimental plots in upland UK, Hydrological Processes, Vol:28, ISSN:0885-6087, Pages:2617-2629
Duan J, McIntyre N, Onof C, 2013, A rainfall model for drought risk analysis in south-east UK, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-water Management, Vol:166, ISSN:1741-7589, Pages:519-535
et al., 2013, Improving parameter priors for data-scarce estimation problems, Water Resources Research, Vol:49, ISSN:0043-1397, Pages:6090-6095
et al., 2013, Upscaling hydrological processes and land management change impacts using a metamodeling procedure, Water Resources Research, Vol:49, ISSN:0043-1397, Pages:5817-5833
et al., 2013, Generating time-series of dry weather loads to sewers, Environmental Modelling & Software, Vol:43, ISSN:1364-8152, Pages:133-143