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University of Oxford
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Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My Ph.D. research is focused on understanding the electrical thermal behaviour of metallurgical furnaces, supported by Norwegian research institute, Teknova. The goal of my project is to derive a mathematical model to explain the interdependent mechanisms that define the industrial process of calcination, which involves the heat treatment of anthracite, a source of carbon. In particular, I study how current propagates through granular material as it undergoes chemical and physical transformations induced by the high temperatures and mecahnical stresses present within the furnace.
More generally, I am interested modelling real-world processes, particularly problems relating to the space industry. I have experience solving problems using homogenisation theory, complex analysis and perturbation methods.
I am a second year graduate student undertaking the Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling (InFoMM) CDT program.
- Michaelmas 2016: B7.2 Electromagnetism (TA).
- Hilary 2017: C5.6 Applied Complex Variables (TA).
- Michaelmas 2017: B5.2 Applied Partial Differential Equations (TA), Modelling, Analysis and Computation of Continuous Real-World Problems (InFoMM Instructor).
Prizes, Awards, and Scholarships:
- Trinity College Dublin Entrance Exhibition (2011)
- UCEAP Scholarship (2013)
- ESA Scholarship to attend International Space University Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program (2018)