About

I'm an applied mathematician, whose interests span from engineering (which I studied as an undergraduate), mathematical physics and complex systems (with applications to the social sciences and economics) to pure mathematics.

During my PhD (Mathematics, University of Warwick) I worked on bifurcations of transition states with Robert MacKay. My main research areas are Hamiltonian dynamics and dynamical systems in general.

This personal website is mostly research oriented. It contains a few pages on my research, with information and links. In the future, I would also like to add a few blog posts\analyses of topics that I find interesting.