Dynamical Meteorology and Climatology Unit

Oisin Hamilton

PhD Student

Oisin graduated from his BA in pure mathematics at Trinity College Dublin in 2017. He studied a MSc in mathematical modelling at University College London, graduating in 2020. He started his PhD in October 2021 and is researching how climate change could effect atmospheric blocking and other low frequency variability in the atmosphere.

Oisin is researching atmospheric blocking, atmospheric low frequency variability, and climate tipping points as part of the CriticalEarth project.

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Research Intrests

  • Low order atmospheric models.
  • Atmospheric blocking.
  • Unstable periodic orbits.


Hamilton, O., Demaeyer, J., Vannitsem, S. & Crucifix, M.(2023) Multistability in a coupled ocean–atmosphere reduced-order model: Nonlinear temperature equations. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1002/qj.4564

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