Professor Ian Cluckie
Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Science and Engineering)
Professor Cluckie initially studied Civil Engineering at the Universities of Surrey and Birmingham, where he developed his life-long interest in Hydrology and Water Engineering. He served as both a Chairman of Department and Director of the Telford Research Institute at the University of Salford and, prior to his arrival at Swansea, was Professor of Hydrology and Water Management at the University of Bristol, where he was also Director of the University's Water and Environmental Management Research Centre.
His particular research interests are focused in the area of Flood Risk Management, Hydroinformatics, Weather Radar and Remote Sensing. He is a past Chairman of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Aquatic and Atmospheric Physical Sciences Grants Committee (AAPS), which encompassed Oceanography, Atmospheric Science, Hydrology and Geomorphology.
Professor Cluckie chairs the EPSRC Flood Risk Management Research Consortium, is Chairman of the United Kingdom IAHS Committee and a member of the Royal Society IUGG Sub-Committee. He was elected to a Fellowship of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 1997.