Hooke Research Fellow, OCIAM
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
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)
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)
UPSCALING DIFFUSION THROUGH FIRST-ORDER VOLUMETRIC SINKS: A HOMOGENIZATION OF BACTERIAL NUTRIENT UPTAKE
SIAM JOURNAL ON APPLIED MATHEMATICS issue 3 volume 78 page 1300-1329 (3 May 2018) Full text available
The effect of weak inertia in rotating high-aspect-ratio vessel bioreactors
Journal of Fluid Mechanics volume 835 page 674-720 (27 November 2017)
Mathematical modelling of chemical agent removal by reaction with an immiscible cleanser
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics issue 6 volume 77 page 1937-1961 (16 November 2017)
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)
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)
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