Expert in Polar Science and Climate Change
Martin is Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Exeter, strategically leading operations for Cornwall campuses.
Prior to joining the University, Martin worked at Imperial College London, where he was Co-Director of the Grantham Institute – Climate Change and Environment.
Martin is a renowned Polar Scientist known for his expertise in using geophysics to study the subglacial environment of Antarctica, shedding light on past climate conditions.
His exceptional contributions to Antarctic science and policy were recognised with the prestigious Martha T. Muse Prize. Martin holds esteemed fellowships at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the Royal Geographical Society, the Geological Society of London, and the Royal Society of Arts.