Imperial College London

Dr Oliver Street

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Mathematics

Research Associate







6M26Huxley BuildingSouth Kensington Campus





I am a research associate in the Department of Mathematics within the Stochastic Transport in Upper Ocean Dynamics (STUOD) project. My main topics of interest are geometric mechanics, stochastic analysis, and the analysis of problems arising in fluid mechanics. My work involves working with a class of equations (either deterministic or stochastic) derived from the perspective of geometric mechanics, and my interest within this theme is divided between the methodology through which such equations are derived and the properties of the equations themselves. 


Street, O. D., 2022. A structure preserving stochastic perturbation of classical water wave theory. Preprint. Under peer review.

Holm, D. D., Hu, R., & Street, O. D., 2022. Coupling of waves to sea surface currents via horizontal density gradients. Preprint. Under peer review.

Crisan, D., & Street, O. D., 2021. On the analytical aspects of inertial particle motion. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications. 516 (1).

Crisan, D., Holm, D. D., & Street, O. D., 2021. Wave–current interaction on a free surface. Stud Appl Math. 1– 62.

Street, O. D., & Crisan D., 2021. Semi-martingale driven variational principles. Proc. R. Soc. A.4772020095720200957