Research interests: computational partial differential equations, fluid dynamics, multi-phase flows, electrohydrodynamic control, microfluidics, multiple deck theory and computational acoustics.
02/2012 - to date. Prof. Matthias Heil, Department of Mathematics, University of Manchester. Finite element implementation and optimisation of perfectly matched layer methods in acoustics and time harmonic linear elasticity. Projects in collaboration with and with the support of Thales Underwater Systems Ltd.
07/2013 - to date. Dr. Joanna Mason, Dr. Mel Devine, Dr. David Tocher and Dr. Louise Clune, MACSI, University of Limerick, Ireland. Operational research model development, based on queueing theory in a stochastic framework. Industrial project (started at ESGI93) supported by Rusal Aughinish.
I have completed my undergraduate degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics at Jacobs University Bremen, Germany. Under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Tobias Preusser and Dr. Joachim Georgii, I have also been a student researcher at Fraunhofer MeVis Bremen (Modelling and Simulation Group), working on high intensity focused ultrasound models and their implementation.