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University of Oxford
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My Ph.D. research is in collaboration with Boston Scientific Corporation, a worldwide developer and manufacturer of medical devices. The aim of my work is to understand the fluid dynamics of ureteroscope irrigation, a process necessary for the surgical removal of kidney stones.
In general, I am interested in both analytical and numerical mathematical techniques for solving problems motivated by real-world systems, particularly those with biological or medical applications.
Experience teaching undergraduate tutorials, both in the Mathematical Institute and at St. Anne's College as a Stipendiary Lecturer in Applied Mathematics.
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
- "Best Presentation Prize" sponsored by the UK Fluids Network, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, and Cambridge University Press (UK Fluids Conference, September 2018)
- Member of the winning Oxford team for the biannual Oxford Cambridge Applied Maths Meeting (The Woolly Owl, June 2017)
- SIAM Prize for "Best Student Talk" (British Applied Mathematics Colloquium, April 2017)
- Poster Prizes (QBIOX Colloquium, March 2017; ENIUS "Computational Approaches to Ureteric Stent Design" Training School, September 2018)