I studied at Christ Church, Oxford for my undergraduate degree in Mathematics and then a Master's in Mathematical Modelling & Scientific Computing, before switching to Jesus College for my doctorate. In 2014, I took up a two-and-a-half year post as a postdoctoral researcher at Imperial College, before returning up the M40 in January 2017 to join Lincoln as the Darby Fellow in Applied Mathematics.
My research centres around applying mathematical techniques to tackle real-world problems. I have a particular interest in fluid dynamics. A large part of my research considers how to model the dynamics of splashing when a solid and a liquid or two liquids collide, but I have also studied a variety of other problems, including aircraft icing, boundary layer flows and the effects of varying surface tension on thin film flows.
Within Lincoln, I am a tutor for several applied first- and second-year Mathematics courses as well as the tutor for the first-year Mathematics papers in the Physics course.