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University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Three-dimensional high speed drop impact onto solid surfaces at arbitrary angles
International Journal of Multiphase Flow (19 June 2018)
Electric field stabilization of viscous liquid layers coating the underside of a surface
Physical Review Fluids issue 5 volume 2 (11 May 2017)
Capturing nonlinear dynamics of two-fluid Couette flows with asymptotic models
Journal of Fluid Mechanics volume 806 page R1-R1 (10 November 2016)
A parameter-free perfectly matched layer formulation for the finite-element-based solution of the Helmholtz equation
JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS volume 296 page 329-347 (1 September 2015) Full text available
On the generation of nonlinear travelling waves in confined geometries using electric fields.
Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences issue 2020 volume 372 (July 2014)
My research efforts are concentrated on the study of interfacial flows and associated asymptotic methods for multi-scale systems, coupled with a strong interest in applied partial differential equations, computational fluid dynamics and high performance computing tools in general. The developed methodologies have been used to address technologically relevant problems in microfluidics, water retention on aircraft surfaces, spray atomisation and electrohydrodynamics. I am also active in a more general industrial mathematical modelling setting, with previous projects in computational acoustics (perfectly matched layers in particular), operational research and performance optimisation in flow-related devices (e.g. vacuum pumps, pesticide sprays). I often participate in Study Groups with Industry, as well as events within the UK Fluids Network as part of several Special Interest Groups.
During the period of the research fellowship I maintain an honorary research associate role as part of the Department of Mathematics in Imperial College London, with several co-supervision and research projects in the Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics section.