I work with Gareth Alexander (Warwick) in the Turner group on exact solutions for hydrodynamic interactions of swimming microorganisms and self-propelled swimmers. In the past I have worked on quantitative linguistics with Keith Briggs (BT/UWE) and Dario Spanò (Warwick), and on emergent behaviour in ant colonies with Kim Christensen (Imperial College).
I am also a musician, with a particular interest in the musical traditions and instruments of the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and have built a lyra at Warwickshire College in Leamington Spa. I haven't yet worked out how to combine these activities with physics but I am working on it.
Squirming between two plates - Dario Papavassiliou and Gareth P. Alexander - in preparation.
Exact solutions for hydrodynamic interactions of two squirming spheres - Dario Papavassiliou and Gareth P. Alexander - J Fluid Mech, 813 (2017) 618-646
The many-body reciprocal theorem and swimmer hydrodynamics - Dario Papavassiliou and Gareth P. Alexander - EPL, 110 (2015) 44001
Universality in ant behaviour - Kim Christensen, Dario Papavassiliou, Alexandre de Figueiredo, Nigel R. Franks, Ana B. Sendova-Franks - J R Soc Interface, 12 (2015) 20140985
d (dot) papavassiliou (at) warwick (dot) ac (dot) uk