InFoMM CDT Student (Cohort 1)
+44 1865 280602
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Asymptotic Analysis and Boundary Layer Theory; Linear and Non-Linear Wave Theory; Mathematical Modelling Techniques With Applications in Technology,Chemistry and Biology; Gas Dynamics; Fluid Mechanics.
My most recent research involved modelling chemical intercalation within electrodes in batteries at a microscopic scale, as a collaboration with industry.
Additionally, my past research has included developing analytical solution methods for differential equations that arise from physical problems in order to study their behaviour, as well as observing some numerical solution methods in order to compare results.
I have previously studied:
Asymptotics and Perturbation Theory,
PDEs, Wave Theory, Gas Dynamics, and Reaction-Diffusion Equations in Chemistry and Biology,
Mathematical Biological Modelling,
Continuum Mechanics, and Viscous Fluid Flow,
Linear, Non-Linear, Integer, and Conic Programming in order to solve Optimisation and Multicriteria Decision Making Problems,
C++, Latex, Matlab, and Maple.
Prizes, Awards, and Scholarships:
University of Birmingham Excellence Award