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Biography

Having started at the University of Portsmouth in 2014, I am a Senior Lecturer in Mathematics in the School of Mathematics & Physics. Before coming to Portsmouth I obtained my PhD in Mathematics from University College London (2010 - 2014), under the supervision of Professor Rod Halburd.

Research:

My research is currently funded by the EPSRC grant EP/W012251/1: ‘Geometric Aspects of Complex Differential Equations'. This project is about classifying nonlinear differential and difference equations in the complex plane via a geometric approach, using the Okamoto's space of initial conditions. I work on this project with one Senior Research Associate, Dr Marta Dell'Atti.

If you would like to gain more insight into my research you may want to watch the Zoom recording of a talk I gave recently at the CAvid online seminar (organised by UCL).

I recently organised the international workshop on 'Algebraic and Geometric Aspects of Differential and Difference Equations' at the University of Portsmouth (together with M. Dell'Atti).

I am Director for Postgraduate Studies in the School of Mathematics & Physics.

Current teaching:

M20725: Partial Differential Equations (Year 3 module - autumn term)
M20744: Real and Complex Analysis (Year 2 module - autumn term)

PhD students:

Emily Bamber (current)
Zainab Rahman (current)

Callum Waite (completed June 2021)

Education/Academic qualification

Ph.D., On the singularity structure of differential equations in the complex domain, University College London

27 Sept 201011 Dec 2014

Award Date: 11 Dec 2014

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