Tim graduated from Monash University in 2014 with a degree in Civil Engineering. After working as a project engineer in the water industry, he then undertook a research year at the Waterway and Ecosystem Research Group (WERG) through the University of Melbourne. His topic of research was looking at the effect that stormwater source control measures have on impervious runoff.
Since then, Tim has gained 3 years’ experience in the hydrology and hydraulic modelling of both urban and rural catchments, using common tools such as MIKE, TUFLOW, SOURCE Catchments, RORB, URBS, MUSIC, QGIS and ArcMap, as well as programming languages Python, C# and VBA. Tim is also an experienced R programmer.