Adrian Umpleby is a Research Fellow at the Imperial College London, Department of Earth Science and Engineering, South Kensington campus.
Adrian Umpleby obtained a BSc in Mathematics with Astronomy from the University of Leicester in 1990. Since 1991, he has been with the Imperial College's Applied Modelling and Computation Group as a Research Associate and later a Research Fellow.
In collaboration with other researchers, Umpleby has developed a number of computational and mathematical applications, including those currently used within Fluidity and ICOM.
Michael Warner, Andrew Ratcliffe, Tenice Nangoo, Joanna Morgan, Adrian Umpleby, Nikhil Shah, Vetle Vinje, Ivan Štekl, Lluís Guasch, Caroline Win, Graham Conroy, Alexandre Bertrand received Best Paper in Geophysics Award  for their paper Anisotropic 3D full-waveform inversion.
- Adrian Umpleby, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Earth Science & Engineering, Imperial College London.
- SEG Honors and Awards Ceremony in Official Program and Exhibitors Directory, SEG Denver 26-31 October 2014 p.36-49.
- Michael Warner, Andrew Ratcliffe, Tenice Nangoo, Joanna Morgan, Adrian Umpleby, Nikhil Shah, Vetle Vinje, Ivan Štekl, Lluís Guasch, Caroline Win, Graham Conroy, and Alexandre Bertrand (2013). Anisotropic 3D full-waveform inversion, 78(2), R59-R80.