Statutory Professor (Chair) of Mathematical Modelling
Director of the Oxford Centre for Industrial Applied Mathematics (OCIAM)
Director of the Oxford Centre for Collaborative Applied Mathematics (OCCAM)
Fellow of SIAM and the IMA
+44 1865 615169
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
ISBN-13: 9780198754046 (22 February 2018)
The Mathematics and Mechanics of Biological Growth
ISBN-13: 9780387877105 (29 May 2017)
New Trends in the Physics and Mechanics of Biological Systems: Lecture Notes of the Les Houches Summer School: July 2009
ISBN-13: 9780199605835 (22 September 2011)
Integrability and Nonintegrability of Dynamical Systems
ISBN-13: 9789812811943 (2001)
Prion-like spreading of Alzheimer's disease within the brain's connectome.
Journal of the Royal Society, Interface issue 159 volume 16 page 20190356- (16 October 2019)
Growth and remodelling of living tissues: perspectives, challenges and opportunities.
Journal of the Royal Society, Interface issue 157 volume 16 page 20190233- (21 August 2019)
Likely oscillatory motions of stochastic hyperelastic solids
Transactions of Mathematics and Its Applications (5 August 2019)
Likely chirality of stochastic anisotropic hyperelastic tubes
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NON-LINEAR MECHANICS volume 114 page 9-20 (August 2019) Full text available
Are Homeostatic States Stable? Dynamical Stability in Morphoelasticity.
Bulletin of mathematical biology issue 8 volume 81 page 3219-3244 (August 2019)
A computational framework for the morpho-elastic development of molluskan shells by surface and volume growth.
PLoS computational biology issue 7 volume 15 page e1007213- (29 July 2019)
Spatially-extended nucleation-aggregation-fragmentation models for the dynamics of prion-like neurodegenerative protein-spreading in the brain and its connectome
(4 July 2019)
Likely equilibria of stochastic hyperelastic spherical shells and tubes
MATHEMATICS AND MECHANICS OF SOLIDS issue 7 volume 24 page 2066-2082 (July 2019) Full text available
Revisiting the wrinkling of elastic bilayers I: Linear analysis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences issue 2144 volume 377 page 20180076- (6 May 2019)
Likely equilibria of the stochastic Rivlin cube.
Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences issue 2144 volume 377 page 20180068- (May 2019)
On the figure of elastic planets I: gravitational collapse and infinitely many equilibria.
Proceedings. Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences issue 2224 volume 475 page 20180815- (17 April 2019)
Corrigendum to ``A mathematical model of tumor-immune interactions'' [Journal of Theoretical Biology 294 (2012) 56-73].
Journal of theoretical biology volume 464 page 180- (March 2019)
Corrigendum to ``A model for effects of adaptive immunity on tumor response to chemotherapy and chemoimmunotherapy'' [Journal of Theoretical Biology 380 (2015) 569-584].
Journal of theoretical biology volume 464 page 181- (March 2019)
A physics-based model explains the prion-like features of neurodegeneration in Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
JOURNAL OF THE MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF SOLIDS volume 124 page 264-281 (March 2019) Full text available
Axonal Buckling Following Stretch Injury
Multiscale Soft Tissue Mechanics and Mechanobiology page 239-256 (28 November 2018)
Symmetry Breaking in Wrinkling Patterns: Gyri Are Universally Thicker than Sulci.
Physical review letters issue 22 volume 121 page 228002- (November 2018)
Five ways to model active processes in elastic solids: Active forces, active stresses, active strains, active fibers, and active metrics
MECHANICS RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS volume 93 page 75-79 (October 2018) Full text available
- Methods of Applied Mathematics (differential equations, dynamical systems,...)
- Discrete and continuum mechanics, elasticity, plasticity.
- Application of mechanics and mathematics to biology.
- Mathematical modelling in physics and engineering.
- Interesting and otherwise unclassifiable mathematical problems.