In 2019/20 and 2020/21 I am teaching MA3H0 Numerical Analysis & PDEs. For details about the module, check the course website, and the moodle page.
I also guest lecture in IATL IL027 Interdisciplinary Computer Modelling (link), where I teach a lecture on interacting particle systems and its use to model collective dynamics (including collective behaviour of animals, or of pedestrians in crowds).
In the past, I have taught MA912 Analysis for Linear PDEs in Warwick's MASDOC CDT (Fall 2018), and M4A44 Computational Stochastic Processes at Imperial College London (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.