Glasstone Fellow in Science
+44 1865 611513
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Much of my general research interests lie in applications of mathematics and the analysis of nonlinear differential equations, and involve using and extending tools from applied and computational analysis, such as approximation theory, asymptotic, homotopy, and perturbation methods, and numerical techniques for solving nonlinear PDEs and dynamical systems. I apply these techniques to an assortment of problems in science, engineering, and industrial mathematics. I am always on the lookout for new and interesting applications. I occasionally dabble in more pure mathematical areas of mathematics, as well.
You can see more about my research interests on my website by clicking here to see my publications (sorted by area).
A list of student research I have supervised can be seen by clicking here. This may be useful to browse if you are interested in working with me on such a project, as it will give you some idea about the types of projects I am interested in.
Prizes, Awards, and Scholarships:
- Violette and Samuel Glasstone Research Fellowship in Science (competitive based on research proposal), 2015-2018, University of Oxford, UK
- Non-Stipendiary Junior Research Fellow (JRF), 2015-2018, Oriel College, University of Oxford, UK
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (competitive based on research proposal), 2011-2014, USA
- Trustee's Doctoral Research Fellowship (competitive based on research proposal), 2009-2011, University of Central Florida, USA
- Best Paper Award, Seventh IMACS International Conference on Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Wave Phenomenon: Computation and Theory, 2011.
- Hernandez Mathematics Award, 2009, University of Central Florida, USA