My research is concerned with the development of a numerical simulation package for atmospheric ice accretion. This comprises research topics such as dispersed multi-phase flow, Cartesian cut-cell schemes, moving boundary methods, adaptive mesh refinement, thin film dynamics and elements of differential geometry
Thesis title: On the travelling salesman problem under the supervision of Prof. Sabine Andergassen
General focus on theoretical and computational physics. Extracurricular courses taken at the Department of Mathematics: probability and statistics, number theory, group theory, algorithms and data structures
Supervision of C, C++, MPI and OpenMP practical classes for the Natural Sciences Tripos, the MPhil in Scientific Computing, and the HPC Autumn Academy at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences.
Developement of a numerical simulation to predict airflow around an aerofoil. Numerical investigation of the distribution of impinging water droplets onto an aerofoil.
Presentation of the revised tank safety concept for lightning protection. Statistical analysis and calculation of probability of failure on demand (PFD) of control circuits of refinery burners as part of the safety integrity level (SIL) assessment.
Revision of the tank safety concept: Development of a numerical simulation of the electric field for lightning protection.
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