Presumably through no fault of your own, you have landed in my small corner of the internet. Read on to find out a bit more about me and my interests.
I am currently undertaking a PhD under the supervision of Dr Duncan Lockerby and Dr Colm Connaughton. My main area of research lies within the field of rarefied gas dynamics and kinetic theory.
- 2010 - present : University of Warwick, Complexity DTC
- 2006 - 2010 : University of Bath, Mathematics
Broadly speaking, these are some of my interests:
- Systems held out of equilibrium
- Probability & stochastic processes
- Non-linear systems
- Kinetic theory of gases
- Computational fluid dynamics
As part of my MSc year in the Complexity DTC, I undertook two 3-month mini-projects. More details about the work I did for these will follow soon...
Last Passage Percolation: Fixation on a Binary Tree
Rarefied Gas Dynamics: A Fokker-Planck Approximation to the Boltzmann Collision Operator
At reasonable times I can be found in the following office
D2.05, Complexity Science Complex,
University of Warwick,
Coventry CV4 7AL, UK
My email address is b dot collyer at warwick.ac.uk