Research

I’m currently a lecturer (equivalent to assistant professor in the USA system) in the Department of Engineering Mathematics at the University of Bristol and affiliated to the Applied Nonlinear Mathematics research group.

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

  • mathematical modelling (mostly engineering related, but I enjoy broader challenges),
  • the dynamics of nonlinear systems,
  • systems with delay (mostly delay differential equations), and
  • numerical methods for dynamical systems (particularly in the area of bifurcation analysis).
  • 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 my contact details).

Details about my research students, publications and previous research talks are available on separate pages.

Previously

  • November 2009 – March 2010: Visiting scholar (Mechanical Engineering, Duke University) supported by EPSRC grant EP/H018107/1.
  • November 2007 – November 2010: Research fellow (Engineering Maths, Bristol University) supported by Great Western Research.
  • October 2006 – November 2007: Research fellow (Engineering Maths, Bristol University) supported by the Lloyds Tercentenary Foundation.