Hooke Research Fellow, OCIAM
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University of Oxford
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Emergent robustness of bacterial quorum sensing in fluid flow.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A issue 10 volume 118 page e2022312118-e2022312118 (3 March 2021)
A systematic upscaling of nonlinear chemical uptake within a biofilm
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics issue 4 volume 80 page 1723-1750 (23 July 2020)
Mathematical model to determine the effect of a sub-glycocalyx space
Physical Review Fluids issue 4 volume 5 (27 April 2020)
An asymptotic analysis of the malonyl-CoA route to 3-hydroxypropionic acid in genetically engineered microbes
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology volume 82 (6 March 2020)
A mathematical framework for developing freezing protocols in the cryopreservation of cells
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics issue 2 volume 80 page 657-689 (3 March 2020)
Emergent robustness of bacterial quorum sensing in fluid flow
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA issue 10 volume 118 (3 March 2021)
Optimising the flow through a concertinaed filtration membrane
Journal of Fluid Mechanics issue April 2021 volume 913 (26 February 2021)
Using singular perturbation theory to determine kinetic parameters in a non-standard coupled enzyme assay
Journal of Mathematical Biology issue 2 volume 81 page 649-690 (6 August 2020)
Multi-timescale analysis of a metabolic network in synthetic biology: a kinetic model for 3-hydroxypropionic acid production via beta-alanine.
Journal of mathematical biology issue 1 volume 77 page 165-199 (July 2018)
Applying asymptotic methods to synthetic biology: Modelling the reaction kinetics of the mevalonate pathway.
Journal of Theoretical Biology volume 439 page 39-49 (14 February 2018)
- Cleaning and decontamination
- Mathematical modelling of industrial problems
- Tissue engineering
- Singular perturbation theory
- Synthetic biology
- Viscous flow
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
2019: Departmental Teaching Award, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford.
2018: Exceptional Performance Bonus, School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham.
2015: DPhil Scholarship in Quantitative Methods, G-Research.
2010 - 2014: EPSRC Doctoral Training Grant, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford.
2013 - 2014: Senior Scholarship, Lincoln College, University of Oxford.
2012 - 2013: Senior Scholarship, Lincoln College, University of Oxford.
2009 - 2010: Lord Crewe Scholarship, Lincoln College, University of Oxford.
2008 - 2009: Lord Crewe Scholarship, Lincoln College, University of Oxford.
2007 - 2008: Exhibition, Lincoln College, University of Oxford.
Major / recent publications:
Upscaling diffusion through first-order volumetric sinks: a homogenization of bacterial nutrient uptake, MP Dalwadi, Y Wang, JR King, and NP Minton, SIAM J Appl Math, 2018
Applying asymptotic methods to synthetic biology: modelling the reaction kinetics of the mevalonate pathway, MP Dalwadi, M Garavaglia, JP Webb, JR King, and NP Minton, J Theor Biol, 2018
The effect of weak inertia in rotating high-aspect-ratio vessel bioreactors, MP Dalwadi, SJ Chapman, JM Oliver, and SL Waters, J Fluid Mech, 2018
Mathematical modeling of chemical agent removal by reaction with an immiscible cleanser, MP Dalwadi, D O'Kiely, SJ Thomson, TS Khaleque, and CL Hall, SIAM J Appl Math, 2017
Multi-timescale analysis in synthetic biology: a kinetic model for 3-hydroxypropionic acid production via beta-alanine, MP Dalwadi, JR King, and NP Minton, J Math Biol, 2017
A multiscale method to calculate filter blockage, MP Dalwadi, M Bruna, and IM Griffiths, J Fluid Mech, 2016
On the boundary layer structure near a highly permeable porous interface, MP Dalwadi, SJ Chapman, SL Waters, and JM Oliver, J Fluid Mech, 2016
Understanding how porosity gradients can make a better filter using homogenization theory, MP Dalwadi, IM Griffiths, and M Bruna, Proc R Soc A, 2015