University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
An asymptotic derivation of a single particle model with electrolyte
Journal of The Electrochemical Society issue 15 volume 166 page A3693-A3706 (8 November 2019)
A boundary layer analysis for the initiation of reactive shear bands
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences issue 2226 volume 475 page 20180899- (5 June 2019)
A mechanism for hot-spot generation in a reactive two-dimensional sheared viscous layer
COMBUSTION THEORY AND MODELLING issue 3 volume 22 page 554-584 (28 February 2018) Full text available
Shear localisation during deformation of reactive thermo-visco-elastic-plastic materials
2017 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium (DSDS17) (15 November 2017)
A model to account for the effects of friction during explosive pinch
26th International Colloquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems (ICDERS 2017) (27 July 2017)
I am interested in the use of asymptotic and numerical techniques to develop and solve partial differential equation models of practical problems arising from industry. In particular, my work focuses on problems which couple mechanics, heat flow and chemistry. To read more about the battery research happening at Oxford, see Oxford Mathematical Modelling Battery Group.
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
- Award for best paper presentation, 3rd Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium, Swindon, UK, 2017.
- SCCM Early Career and Student Symposium Travel Award, APS Conference on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter Early Career Symposium, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, 2017.
- Award for best paper presentation (runner up), 2nd Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, 2016.
- Frank Carver Bursary Award, 42nd International Pyrotechnics Society Seminar, Grand Junction, Colorado, USA, 2016.
- EPSRC iCASE Studentship, partnered with AWE, October 2014 – March 2018.