I was a mathematics undergraduate at the University of Bath, spending the placement year at CERN in Geneva, and a PhD student in the Centre for Particle Theory at Durham University. I went to York University as a temporary lecturer then held an EPSRC postdoctoral fellowship there before going to the University of Queensland as a research associate. I moved to the University of Kent in 2005 to take up a lectureship. I am now a Reader in Applied Mathematics in the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science.
My main area of current research is around a correspondence between integrable systems and ordinary differential equations. See the review article here or from the arXiv.
Past teaching: Diagram Algebras in Mathematics and Physics, Mathematics for Biomedical Imaging, Several Variable Calculus, Mathematical Techniques and Differential Equations, Mathematical Modelling, Waves and Vibrations, Calculus and Mathematical Methods, Mathematical Methods, Mathematical Writing and Key Skills, Mathematical Methods 1
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