I have obtained my undergraduate and Master's degrees in mathematics from the University of Oxford and graduated in 2016. Then I started my DPhil in the Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling Centre for Doctoral Training again at Oxford. I completed my DPhil studies in 2020, following which I did an EPSRC Doctoral Prize postdoctoral fellowship.
I am passionate about applied mathematics and using mathematical models in environmental, industrial, biological, and geological processes. My DPhil research involved fluid mechanics, filtration, flow through porous media, modelling chemical reactions, and moving-boundary problems, associated with modelling filters for waste and toxic gas, produced from factories and power plants. I have also worked on problems involving heat transfer and mathematical biology. Currently, I am modelling transport of gibberellic acid in plants, which is a growth hormone that has a major impact on how plants evolve with potential applications in crops industry. I use techniques from various mathematical subjects including: analysis of ordinary and partial differential equations, asymptotic analysis and the theory of mathematical homogenisation, complex analysis and applications, numerical methods for solving differential equations, and others. In addition, I am also interested in various problems in geometry.
I have a substantial experience in undergraduate and graduate teaching at the University of Oxford. I have been a teaching assistant for the majority of classes in applied mathematics, a teaching… read more
I am working on modelling transport of the growth hormone gibberellic acid in plants, which has potential applications in the crops industry.
I have a substantial experience in undergraduate and graduate teaching at the University of Oxford. I have been a teaching assistant for the majority of classes in applied mathematics, a teaching instructor for graduate classes, a college tutor, and a stipendiary lecturer in mathematics. I have done outreach to school students, and I am interested in popularising mathematics through articles in magazines and journals on various topics in algebra and geometry.
My DPhil research was on modelling filters for toxic gases using concepts in fluid dynamics, the theory of multiple scales and homogenisation, and porous media modelling. I have also worked on other similar problems in decontamination and filtration. I have completed a few projects concerning heat transfer and have also done some research in mathematical biology on modelling drug delivery.
I will continue doing research in modelling, fluid dynamics, filtration, and mathematical biology using rigorous mathematical analysis.