I started my PhD studies in October 2020, having previously completed my masters degree in mathematics at the University of Surrey. My masters thesis was a Bio Maths project studying models of fluid transport in tumors. This involved developing a detailed model of a single capillary, then using asymptotic methods to extend the model to develop a 3-dimensional tumor.
My PhD research is concentrating on hydrodynamic and magnetohydrodynamic instabilities in differentially rotating stars. More broadly my current research interests are related to the study of astrophysical fluid dynamics mostly, but not entirely, focusing on star dynamics.
- Mmath, University of Surrey