Projects

Below is a list of projects that I have either supervised or co-supervised

### Summer Research Projects

- S. Cleator (2014) Investigating the formation of nonlinear cat's eye structures in stretched 3D vortices.
* University of Surrey (EPSRC funded).*

- S. Cleator (2013) Analysis of a mathematical model of iron uptake in the human body.
* University of Surrey (EPSRC funded).* (with Dr G. Derks, Dr R. Elliott)
- E. Rwemigabo & E. Hawkins (2012) Maths and Iron Absorption in the Body.
* University of Surrey (MILES funded).* (with Dr G. Derks, Dr R. Elliott)

### BSc Projects

- R. Phillips (2016) Analysis of the Evolution of Fluid Free-Surface Sloshing.
* University of Surrey.*
- C. Holmes (2013) Mathematics of Aerofoils.
* University of Surrey.*
- K. Orundiran (2011) Mathematical modelling of inviscid flow around aerodynamic bodies.
* University of Brighton.*
- H. Patel (2011) Mathematical investigation of boundary layer transition on aerodynamic bodies.
* University of Brighton.*
- E. Wamuhu (2011) Modelling of diesel spray penetrations at early times.
* University of Brighton.*
- K. Kestin (2008) Aerofoil Dynamics.
* University of Exeter.*

### BSc Literature Reviews

- A. Baker (2015) Traffic Flow.
* University of Surrey.*
- T. McFall (2014) The Mathematics of Projectiles in Motion in Sport.
* University of Surrey.*

### MSc/MMath Projects

- J. Smart (2018)
* University of Surrey.*
- C. Haines (2018)
* University of Surrey.*
- K. Massey (2013) Research and derive equations which govern dissolution and precipitation in a variety of bio-relevant fluids. Implement these equations in a MATLAB model and optimise parameters based on experimental data.
* University of Surrey.* (on placement at GSK)
- A. Oxley (2013) Normal Modes in Atmosphere Dynamics.
* University of Surrey.* (with Prof. I. Roulstone)

### PhD Theses

- D. J. Hill (20??)
* University of Surrey.* (with Dr D. J. Lloyd)
- Y. H. Huang (20??)
* University of Surrey.*
- D. J. Ratliff (2017) Conservation laws, multiphase modulation, and the emergence of universal forms.
* University of Surrey.* (with Prof T. J. Bridges)
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