Particularly modelled by differential equations and/or involving heat and mass transfer.
Particularly modelled by differential equations and/or involving mass transfer.
ARC Future Fellowship 2017-2020, Mathematics the key to modern glass and polymer fibre technology.
ARC Linkage Project 2016-2018, Enhanced sensitivity of electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry. With H. Ebendorff-Heidepriem, P. Hoffmann and A. Gooley. Industry Partner, Trajan Scientific and Medical.
ARC Discovery Project 2016-2018, Suspension flows and particle focusing in curved geometries.
With A.L. Bertozzi.
University of Adelaide ECMS Research Support Scheme 2015, Quantification and modelling of spatial structures in colorectal (bowel) cancer.
With J.E.F Green, B. Binder, H. Zhang, D. Worthley.
ARC Discovery Project 2013-2015, Shining the light on geometry of microstructured optical fibres.
With D.G. Crowdy and H. Ebendorff-Heidepriem.
ARC Linkage Project 2011-2013, Paving the way: an experimental approach to the mathematical modelling and design of permeable pavements
With S.C. Beecham, L.R. White, J.W. Boland, P.G. Howlett and J.M. Wells.
University of Adelaide ECMS Category 1 Grant Improvement Scheme Funding 2008, Viscous flow for manufacture of optical fibres.
ARC Discovery Project 2004-2006, Viscous extensional flow and drop breakoff.
With E.O. Tuck.
University of Adelaide ECMS Small Grant 2003, 3D geomechanical modelling of salt diapirism.
With S. Hunt.
University of Adelaide Small Grant 2002, Computational modelling of destratification of
ARC Small Grant 2000, High order B-splines for numerical differentiation of
ARC Postdoctoral Fellowship 2000-2002, Fluid flow in open helical channels with
application to spiral particle separators.
Gagani Ranathunga, current, Mathematical modelling to aid fabrication of components for medical devices.
James Reoch, current, Mathematical modelling of the complex mechanics of biological gels.
David Arnold, PhD conferred 2017, Thin-film flow in helical channels.
David Wilke, PhD conferred 2017, Pressure and flow within the umbilical vessels.
Hayden Tronnolone, PhD conferred 2016, Extensional and surface-tension-driven fluid flows in microstructured optical fibre fabrication.
Zeeshan Mohiuddin, PhD conferred 2014, Pore scale visualization and simulation of miscible displacement.
Alys Clark, PhD conferred 2009, Mathematical modelling and experimental investigation of the nutrient supply to the mammalian oocyte.
Selected Research Projects & Collaborations
Viscous flow in manufacture of microstructured optical fibres. With Prof. D.G. Crowdy, Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London, UK, and H. Ebendorff-Heidepriem, School of Chemistry and Physics, The University of Adelaide.
Viscous extensional flows. With Dr B. Bradshaw-Hajek, School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences, University of South Australia, and Assoc. Prof. J. Wylie, Department of Mathematics, City University of Hong Kong.
Particle-laden flow in spiral channels. With Prof. A. Bertozzi and Dr S. Lee, Department of Mathematics, University of California Los Angeles, USA.
Flows in spiral channels. With Prof. S.K. Wilson and Dr B.R. Duffy, Department of Mathematics,
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.