Between 2011 and 2015 I read the Mathematical Tripos at the University of Cambridge. In Part III, I focused on continuum mechanics. My Part III Essay, *Global Modes in Shear Flow*, can be found here. My essay supervisor was Nigel Peake.

I was a (re-)founding member of Queens’ Mathematics Society, which was (re-)established in 2014. I have never held an official title on its committee, but have acted as a (benevolent) power behind the throne.

## Teaching

I have supervised several courses in the Mathematical Tripos:

- Part II
*Dynamical Systems* - Part II
*Integrable Systems* - Part II
*Electromagnetism* - Part IB
*Fluid Dynamics I*

If you would like me to supervise your students in these or related courses, please get in touch.

Here is my supervision timetable.

## Talks and outreach

Here are some talks and articles that might be of interest to a general mathematical audience. Most of it assumes little mathematical knowledge (often not much beyond A-level), just a willingness to follow.

*Review of the Mathematical Tripos*, which may be useful if you are thinking about reading maths at Cambridge, or if you want some information about STEP*Dimensional analysis, scaling laws and asymptotics*, a taster lecture that I give to prospective students*Identifying DMRs*, two very similar talks about my summer project at the Sainsbury Laboratory. One version was for a more technical audience, and another was for the Queens’ Mathematical Society.*Not-so-continuum mechanics*, a talk about my work on granular mechanics, for the London Mathematical Society on 11 November 2016: slides and practice recording.*Boundary layers in fluid mechanics*, a talk for Queens’ Mathematics Society on 1 February 2017. This is a non-technical talk primarily aimed at first-year mathematicians who will not have done any fluid mechanics.

## Things

Here are some notes:

- Notes on tensors, suitable for Part IA
*Vector Calculus* - Supplementary notes for Part IB
*Variational Principles* - Notes on the Dirac delta function
- Notes on the finite element method
- Notes and sundry items for Part II
*Further Complex Methods* - Notes for Part II
*Integrable Systems*

The following may be useful links: