At Imperial I am currently working on the Newton-funded "Smart GeoWells" project, focusing on the numerical prediction of optimal drilling strategies for extracting geo-thermal energy.
Prior to this I worked on the "Fast Reactor Physics Modelling" project funded by HMS Sultan. The project investigated the application of reduced order modelling to problems in reactor physics.
My research interests span several areas including:
(1) reduced order modelling;
(2) calculating error bounds for parameters derived from computational homogenisation;
(3) investigating summation rules for the quasi-continuum method;
(4) error estimation and adaptive mesh refinement;
(5) meshless methods in geomechanics.
et al., 2019, A domain decomposition method for the non-intrusive reduced order modelling of fluid flow, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, ISSN:0045-7825
et al., 2019, A domain decomposition non-intrusive reduced order model for turbulent flows, Computers and Fluids, ISSN:0045-7930
et al., 2019, A reduced order model for turbulent flows in the urban environment using machine learning, Building and Environment, Vol:148, ISSN:0360-1323, Pages:323-337
et al., 2018, Well Optimisation With Goal-Based Sensitivity Maps Using Time Windows And Ensemble Perturbations, European conference on mathematics of oil recovery
et al., Simulation of enhanced geothermal systems using dynamic unstructured mesh optimisation, EAGE annual conference and exhibition