I presented at the 6th International Conference on Astrodynamics Tools and Techniques, otherwise known as ICATT. It was an intense couple of days. Firstly, we spent one day at EUMETSAT learning about a couple of tools developed at NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, all of which will come useful in the future, I'm sure. Then the remainder conference started, where more people were presenting how they go about solving the problems they face in Astrodynamics on a daily basis.
Turns out that my work is crucial to improving the re-entry prediction accuracy, and it feels great to have made a difference. You can download both my paper and presentation, in their final versions, from here. It felt hugely rewarding to have done work that is appreciated by the community and that contributes to improving the safety of spaceflight.