Tom Russell is a Software Technician on the Infrastructure Structure Transitions Research Consortium - Mistral project, currently working on designing and developing national infrastructure planning models and tools, in collaboration with infrastructure sector and modelling specialists across several universities. Where possible this development is being done in the open, as open-source from the beginning, at github.com/nismod.
Before joining the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford, Tom worked as a translator and web developer then studied part-time for an MRes in Advanced Spatial Analysis and Visualisation at CASA, the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at UCL, also working part-time as a research assistant at CASA on the Mechanicity project and on other software and design projects for the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources, the Legacies of British Slave-Ownership project and the BBC.
- Majid, A., Cardenes, I., Zorn, C., Russell, T., Colquhoun, K., Banares-Alcantara, R. and Hall, J.W. (2020) An analysis of electricity consumption patterns in the water and wastewater sectors in South East England, UK. Water, 12(1). 225.
- Oh, J.E., Espinet Alegre, X., Pant, R., Koks, E.E., Russell, T., Schoenmakers, R. and Hall, J.W. (2020) Addressing Climate Change in Transport: Volume 2: Pathway to Resilient Transport. World Bank, Washington DC.
- Oughton, E.J. and Russell, T. (2020) cdcam: Cambridge Digital Communications Assessment Model. Journal of Open Source Software, 5. 1911.
- Oughton, E.J. and Russell, T. (2020) The importance of spatio-temporal infrastructure assessment: Evidence for 5G from the Oxford-Cambridge Arc. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 83. 101515.
- Oughton, E.J., Russell, T., Johnson, J., Yardim, C., and Kusuma, J. (2020) itmlogic: The Irregular Terrain Model by Longley and Rice. Journal of Open Source Software, 5. 2266.
- Pant, R., Russell, T., Zorn, C., Oughton, E. and Hall, J.W. (2020) Resilience study research for NIC - Systems analysis of interdependent network vulnerabilities. Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University, UK.