A very applied mathematician


I am a Lecturer in Applied Mathematics and a member of the Waves and Solid Mechanics group in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. My research interests primarily lie in the study of dynamical problems across a broad range of multi-scale physical systems.



Academics usually publish the results of their research in peer-reviewed academic journals. Here you will find a list of my recent publications along with links where you can download copies of my papers.

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Academics also like to present the results of their research at conferences and workshops. Here you will find a list of talks that I have recently given along with any I will be giving in the near future.

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Here you will find brief outlines of a couple of potential research projects for PhD students. If you are interested in working on one of these projects, or in another related area, please get in touch.

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A large part of my role involves teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as supervising students completing research projects. Here you will find information about the courses I teach, my office hours, and projects that I am happy to supervise.