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University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My interests cover a wide range of physical mathematics, including fluid dynamics (e.g. lubrication theory, interactions with complex bodies, waves and geophysical fluids), solid mechanics (e.g. thin materials and the effects of elasticity and plasticity to physical scenarios), and the applications of asymptotics to material problems. More generally, I am fascinated by the mathematics behind observable phenomena from small day-to-day principles to larger scale challenges in which a mathematical approach is needed.
For my DPhil, I am studying the mechanics of thin elastic materials and its interaction with fluid drops. Currently, I am considering the mathematics behind the nanoindentation of pressurised Graphene.
Teaching Assistant for undergraduate classes:
- Part C: Topics in Fluids (MT 2017)
- Part C: Elasticity and Plasticity (HT 2018)
- Part C: Topic in Fluids (MT 2018)
- Part C: Solid Mechanics (MT 2018)
Prizes, Awards, and Scholarships:
- Gibbs Dissertation Prize (2017)
- Lincoln College, Stansbie Prize (2017)
- Lincon College, Lord Crewe Scholarship (2016–2017)
Major / Recent Publications:
My publications can be found on Google Scholar.
Complex singularities near the intersection of a free surface and wall. Part 1. Vertical jets and rising bubbles
Chandler, T. G. J. and Trinh, P. H.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 856, 323-350.