I have taught a range of applied mathematics modules, usually involving PDEs or interacting particle systems (ideally involving noise). See below for the modules I taught in the past and/or am currently teaching.
MA933 - Stochastic Modelling and Random Processes: Lecturer, Fall 2021
MA3H0 - Numerical Analysis & PDEs: Lecturer, Spring 2020, Spring 2021
IATL IL027 - Interdisciplinary Computer Modelling: Guest Lecturer (Spring 2019, Spring 2020)
I teach a 2-hour lecture on interacting particle systems and their use to model collective dynamics (including collective behaviour of animals, or of pedestrians in crowds).
MA912 - Analysis for Linear PDEs: Lecturer, Fall 2018
M4A44 - Computational Stochastic Processes: Lecturer, Spring 2018
Some of my lecture notes from this course are available on my colleague Urbain Vaes' website.
I am happy to supervise projects in topics ranging from control theory for PDEs, or in PDEs or agent-based models in social sciences (e.g., pedestrian dynamics, opinion dynamics,...). I am also happy to supervise URSS students in the topics mentioned above!
Topics of past projects I supervised in Warwick include models of alignment (3rd year essay), influence of interactions in opinion dynamics (4th year research project), controlling interacting populations (URSS project), numerical methods for PDEs arising in control-theoretical problems (URSS project).
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I have contributed to Open Days in Warwick, both for Q&A sessions and for panel sessions where I showed some of the uses of Applied Mathematics in "real life".
I try to participate in various Women in Maths events and earlier in 2020 I was selected as the Highly Commended Candidate in Maths and Computer Science for the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship. Together with the other shortlisted candidates, we created a video to encourage young women to pursue careers in science, which you can see on the right of this page!
In March 2019 I was shortlisted to present my work on inverse problems for pedestrian dynamics in the Houses of Parliament as part of the STEM for Britain competition. Here's a press release about it, which was written by Warwick News.
A snapshot of me teaching Computational Stochastic Processes at Imperial in 2018.
In May 2020 I was selected as the Highly Commended Candidate in Maths and Computer Science for the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science Fellowship and was lucky enough to contribute to this video to encourage women in science.
In March 2019 I presented my work on pedestrian dynamics in the Houses of Parliament as part of the STEM for Britain competition.