I've been at Warwick since the start of my undergraduate in 2018 and am currently enjoying the latest chapter of my journey as part of the MathSys CDT. I graduated with a First Class classification for my MMath with Honours in 2022 having taken a particular interest in the applied side of mathematics.
Currently I study sorting, topology and structural control in cells, with a particular interest in modelling the Golgi Apparatus from a physical point of view. This little organelle is vital to cell function and a failure in its structure is linked to a number of diseases, from neurodegenerative diseases to cancer. It supports a huge flux of molecules, but has a remarkably stable structure with some very interesting topological properties. I am supervised by Matthew Turner in Warwick and Pierre Sens in Institut Curie.
- Sorting, Topology and Structural Control in Cells (MSc Individual project, summer 2023)
- Evolving Predator-Prey Dynamics in Agent-Based Models of Collective Motion (MSc Group project, spring 2023)
- Macroscopic Pedestrian Dynamics: A Framework for Model Selection (MMath Dissertation, 2021-2022)
- Drug Delivery Across the Skin, a Mathematical Perspective (URSS, 2021)
- MSc Mathematics of Real-World Systems, University of Warwick (2022-Present)
- MMath Mathematics (First Class), University of Warwick (2018-2022)