Jennifer Tweedy obtained a degree and PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Cambridge. Her PhD studies were in understanding pattern formation in the context of dynamical systems, before undertaking postdoctoral work in blood flow and urology, before joining the Department of Bioengineering at Imperial in 2006. Her current research involves mathematical modelling of problems arising in medicine, medical practice and biology, especially problems involving fluid dynamics. For more details on her research, please see her research pages.
Dr Tweedy offers PhD projects in her research areas. Please contact her for more details. Note that many of her publications are under her maiden name, Jennifer Siggers.
et al., 2010, Mathematical Modeling of the Circulation in the Liver Lobule, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering-Transactions of the ASME, Vol:132, ISSN:0148-0731
Repetto R, Siggers JH, Stocchino A, 2010, Mathematical model of flow in the vitreous humor induced by saccadic eye rotations: effect of geometry, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, Vol:9, ISSN:1617-7959, Pages:65-76
Repetto R, Siggers JH, Stocchino A, 2008, Steady streaming within a periodically rotating sphere, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol:608, ISSN:0022-1120, Pages:71-80
Siggers JH, Waters SL, 2008, Unsteady flows in pipes with finite curvature, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol:600, ISSN:0022-1120, Pages:133-165