I am a climate scientist and glaciologist with expertise in several areas. My work falls into three primary research lines:

Earth-system stability. This work is focused on understanding long time-scale Earth system stability and large-scale feedbacks in the context of past glacial cycles and future climate change (e.g., Robinson et al., Nat. Clim. Change, 2012; Robinson et al., Nat. Comm., 2017).

Climate extremes and risks. To assess future societal risk due to climate change, I am interested in the modeling and analysis of extreme and abrupt climate events (e.g., Coumou and Robinson, Env. Res. Lett., 2013; Caesar et al., Nat., 2018; Robinson et al., npj Atmos.Nat., 2021).

Energy-system resilience. Here I work to support the resilient design of hybrid renewable energy generation systems for changing climatic conditions (e.g., Petrakopoulou et al., Re. Ener., 2016; Petrakopoulou et al., J. Clean. Prod., 2020).