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University of Oxford
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Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My research areas lie in mathematical and numerical analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations. In particular, I am interested in finite element methods and underlying PDE analysis for generalized Newtonian fluid flow models. Since the equations under consideration in my research have variable nonlinearities, my research also concerns the theory of variable-exponent Lebesgue and Sobolev spaces.
Supervised by Professor Endre Suli
HT 2016 : Class tutor for Scientific Computing and Numerical Analysis - PDE CDT Course
MT 2016 : TA for B 5.2, Applied Partial Differential Equations
HT 2017 : TA for C 6.4, Finite Element Method for PDEs
HT 2017 : Class tutor for Scientific Computing and Numerical Analysis - PDE CDT Course
HT 2018 : Class tutor for B4.2 Functional Analysis II
HT 2018 : Class tutor for Scientific Computing and Numerical Analysis - PDE CDT Course
Prizes, Awards, and Scholarships:
Clarendon Scholarship (from 2014, for 4 years)
Major / Recent Publications:
Adaptive Finite element approximation of steady flows of incompressible fluids with variable nonlinearity, in preparation (2018).
Existence of global weak solutions for unsteady motions of incompressible chemically reacting generalized Newtonian fluids, Preprint (2018).
Finite element approximation of steady flows of generalized Newtonian fluids with concentration-dependent power-law index, with Endre Süli, submitted (2017).
Finite element approximation of an incompressible chemically reacting non-Newtonian fluid, with
Petra Pustejovská and Endre Süli, ESAIM: M2AN, https://doi.org/10.1051/m2an/2017043 (2017)