I am a lecturer in applied mathematics at the University of Manchester.
My main research interests are in fluid dynamics, in particular flows with strong surface-tension or free boundary effects:
- Bubble and drop dynamics at low Reynolds number
- Bifurcations of bubbles and drops, and how they are affected by patterning
- Bubbles and drops in Hele-Shaw cells
- Coalescence and pinchoff
- Reduced-dimensional models
- Feedback control of thin films
- Industrial mathematics and mathematical modelling
- Spreading dynamics and post-deposition behaviour in inkjet printing
I did my PhD at the University of Nottingham, working with Prof. John Billingham. My postdoctoral research was at the University of Manchester (2011-2014), supervised by Prof. Anne Juel and Prof. Andrew Hazel, and at Imperial College London (2014-2016) working with Prof. Demetrios Papageorgiou.
My current email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
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In 2015/16, I taught the second half of MATH 10232 (Calculus and Applications B).
In 2016/17, I taught the co-lectured courses MATH 64062 and MAGIC058 (PDEs: Theory and Practice) for MSc applied mathematics students at Manchester, and for PhD students in the MAGIC network respectively. I will be reprising this course in 2017/18.
I am co-organiser (with Dr Chris Johnson) of the Physical Applied Mathematics seminar series in Manchester.