I am a Lecturer in Applied Mathematics in the School of Mathematics of the University of Manchester.

Career summary

I have an undergraduate degree in Engineering from the École Centrale de Lyon and in Mathematics (Licence 3) from the Université Claude Bernard in Lyon. Following my studies in France, I moved to the UK in order to work for Rolls-Royce in Derby in the department of Aerothermal methods. My next step was a move to Cambridge, where I obtained a Master's degree of Advanced Study (formerly known as Part III) with Distinction. Then I completed my PhD under the supervision of Prof. Nigel Peake in the department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP), part of the University of Cambridge. After my PhD, I moved to London as a research associate at Imperial College, London in the Department of Mathematics, where I worked on the mathematical theory of combustion instability with Prof. Xuesong Wu for two years. In October 2013, I have been appointed as an Imperial College Junior Research Fellow in the department of Mathematics for my research project entitled "Mathematical acoustics: towards a safe,silent and sustainable aircraft". You can consult my CV by clicking here.

Last updated : 19/12/2013

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