DPhil Student, InFoMM CDT
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My current DPhil research is in collaboration with the US Army Corps of Engineers, and HR Wallingford. The aim of my project is to develop a more efficient wave absorption technique for use in Proteus, a Python-based computational methods and simulation toolkit.
My past research has included modelling chemical intercalation within electrodes in batteries at a microscopic scale, and developing analytical solution methods for differential equations in order to study their behaviour.
In general, my research interests include:
- Linear and Non-Linear Wave Theory
- Mathematical Modelling Techniques
- Asymptotic Analysis
- Fluid Mechanics
- Applications in Medicine, Biology, Chemistry, and Technology
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
Major / recent publications:
 H. Fletcher, C. Hall, C. Please. Sodium Intercalation into Hard Carbon. DPhil Technical Report, University of Oxford, 2015.
 E. Brambley, H. Fletcher, R. Hill, I. Johnston, J. Liu, R. MacKay, J. Mathews, J. Ockendon, B. Piette. Measuring Vibrations from Video Feeds. ESGI130 Report, 2017.
Theses, and Other:
 H. Fletcher, J. Leach, D. Needham. An Initial-Boundary Value Problem for Burgers’ Equation on the Positive Quarter Plane. MSci Thesis, University of Birmingham, 2014.
 H. Fletcher, D. Loghin. On the Roots of a Quintic Polynomial. MSci Literature Review, University of Birmingham, 2013.