My background is mathematics, graduating from the MMath course offered at Warwick in 2008. I have a preference for most forms of analysis, with some of they key areas I studied being dynamical systems, the theory of PDEs and functional analysis. My fourth year project focused on properties of Frenkel-Kontorova models under the supervision of Dr. Claude Baesens, which steered my direction towards the more applied areas of mathematics. This naturally led to me joining the Complexity DTC in 2008, where I graduated with an MSc in 2009. The two mini-projects I covered during this period can be found under Research.
- 1999 - 2004: Parmiter's School, Garston, UK.
- 2004 - 2008: MMath (1st Class Honours), University of Warwick.
- 2008 - 2009: MSc Complexity Science (Distinction), University of Warwick.
- 2009 - Present: PhD - Waves and Turbulence in Models of Geophysical Flows, University of Warwick.