Imperial College London


Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Physics

Research Postgraduate







714Huxley BuildingSouth Kensington Campus





I am currently studying for a QMEE PhD.

My primary research interest is to investigate wildfire models and to improve their capacity to represent the ecological impacts of future wildfire changes. I am also interested in investigating whether controls on wildfire vary regionally, and how this is represented by different fire models.

Currently, I am working on analysing the relationship between burnt area and different biophysical variables and other variables, such as above ground biomass. I will be using the INFERNO global fire model in perturbed-parameter experiments in order to help address the above questions.



Kuhn- Regnier A, Voulgarakis A, Nowack P, et al., 2021, The importance of antecedent vegetation and drought conditions as global drivers of burnt areas, Biogeosciences, Vol:18, ISSN:1726-4170, Pages:3861-3879

Kuhn-Régnier A, Voulgarakis A, Nowack P, et al., 2021, Quantifying the Importance of antecedent fuel-related vegetationproperties for burnt area using random forests, Biogeosciences, Vol:8, ISSN:1726-4170

Kuhn-Régnier A, Voulgarakis A, Nowack P, et al., 2021, Supplementary material to "Quantifying the Importance of Antecedent Fuel-Related VegetationProperties for Burnt Area using Random Forests", Biogeosciences, ISSN:1726-4170


Kuhn-Regnier A, 2021, wildfires, v.

Kuhn-Regnier A, Jumelle M, Rajaratnam S, 2021, ALEPython, v.0.5.5

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