Department of Engineering Mathematics,
University of Bristol,
Queen's Building, University Walk,
Bristol, BS8 1TR
Office number: 2.43 Queen's Building (next door to 2.1)
Telephone: +44 (0)117 3315613
I have a broad range of research interests across the field of applied mathematics, but I focus particularly on engineering related applications. My specialities include
In the context of engineering, I also work on energy harvesting.
At the moment, I am looking to branch out into stochastic dynamics and, in particular, how traditional numerical algorithms for dynamical systems can be made to cope with stochastic systems.
If you are interested in working with me on any of these topics, please feel free to drop me an email. See below for my contact details.
I am currently seeking potential students for PhD projects related to my research interests (above). See potential PhD projects for more information.
If you are part of a company interested in research topics related to engineering mathematics (defined quite broadly; see my research interests above), the Department of Engineering Mathematics hold several EPSRC mathematics CASE awards which enable PhD students to research a topic of industrial relevance. (Note: the link supplied is for Industrial CASE awards, which are not quite the same as Mathematics CASE awards.) These awards require £10 500 in industrial funding (over 3.5 years) from the interested party, giving the company access to a research student for 3.5 years along with the expertise of the academic supervisor. For more information please get in touch with me.
For a list of my publications (with download links) see my publications page.
For a list of my speaking engagements, see my talks page. (This is mostly for my own records.)