University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Effects of geometry on resistance in elliptical pipe flows
Journal of Fluid Mechanics volume 891 (18 March 2020)
The fluid mechanics of ureteroscope irrigation
Journal of Endourology issue 1 volume 33 page 28–34- (13 November 2018)
My Ph.D. research is in collaboration with Boston Scientific Corporation, a worldwide developer and manufacturer of medical devices. The aim of my work is to understand the fluid dynamics of ureteroscope irrigation, a process necessary for the surgical removal of kidney stones.
In general, I am interested in both analytical and numerical mathematical techniques for solving problems motivated by real-world systems, particularly those with biological or medical applications.
Experience teaching undergraduate tutorials, both in the Mathematical Institute and at St. Anne's College as a Stipendiary Lecturer in Applied Mathematics.
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
- "Best Presentation Prize" sponsored by the UK Fluids Network, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, and Cambridge University Press (UK Fluids Conference, September 2018)
- Member of the winning Oxford team for the biannual Oxford Cambridge Applied Maths Meeting (The Woolly Owl, June 2017)
- SIAM Prize for "Best Student Talk" (British Applied Mathematics Colloquium, April 2017)
- Poster Prizes (QBIOX Colloquium, March 2017; ENIUS "Computational Approaches to Ureteric Stent Design" Training School, September 2018)