The Aquator team
These are the people behind the development, sales and support of Aquator.
Oxford Scientific Software
Established in 1994 and based in Oxford in the United Kingdom, Oxford Scientific
Software developed Aquator after gaining experience building bespoke water resource
models for large water utility companies.
The key people in Oxford Scientific Software are:
With a PhD in Hydrology/Hydraulics, Chris has extensive experience as a hydrologist
working on water resource development projects throughout the world. He specialises
in computer software development for the water industry and was one of the original
developers of Aquator.
With a DPhil in Physics, Peter has over 40 years' experience of developing software
for technical applications including system architecture and user interface design.
Peter was one of the original developers of Aquator.
With a DPhil in Physics, Will has over 40 years' experience of software development
in the scientific instrument industry, including periods of senior management in
technical and commercial roles.
Since 2007 Hydro-Logic Services
has been the distribution channel for sales, support and training for new Aquator
customers. It is the consultancy services division of Hydro-Logic, dedicated to
delivering high quality advice and value-added services in the specialist areas
of water resources, hydrology, hydrometry and related field services.
With an MSc in Water Resources and a PhD in civil engineering including extensive
experience of impact assessments and the preparation and implementation of adaptive
and integrated water resources investment plans for security of supply and ecosystem
protection, Kunle is the Director for Water Resources at Hydro-Logic. He is a Fellow
of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), a member
of the Institution of Civil Engineers, a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Environmentalist.
He is also a member of the CIWEM Water Resources Expert Panel.
With an MSc in Water Resources and a strong IT background including 20 years as
a programmer for a range of organisations, Paul is a Modeller/Analyst with specialist
expertise in VBA and building Aquator models including the development of the South
Stafforshire Water Aquator model from the original WRAPSIM model.
With an MSc in Environmental Engineering and a second level specialization in environmental
risk assessment earned at the University of Studies of Palermo (Italy), Antonino
has extensive experience in stochastic and data-driven models analysis. At HLS he
has worked on Anglian Water’s 3DW project including verification of the Aquator
model from historic data and devlopment of the 2010-2012 drought data sets. He has
also developed a protocol for using the English and Scottish Methods for deployable
output estimation which makes use of 200 stochastic sequences to determine the vulnerability
of the Ruthamford system to extended 2 and 3 dry winters over the period of available