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Gareth Alexander

I am an Associate Professor in Physics and Complexity Science working in theoretical soft matter physics. My main interests at present are in applications of geometry and topology to the understanding of soft materials, where I have worked primarily on defects in liquid crystals, and self-propulsion in low Reynolds number hydrodynamics and active matter.

Before moving to Warwick I was a post-doc at UPenn working with Randy Kamien. And before that I was a DPhil student in Oxford with Julia Yeomans.


In 2018/2019 I will lecture the following courses:

Recent publications

with Jack Binysh

with Diana Khoromskaia

with Elisabetta A. Matsumoto and Randall D. Kamien

with Carl A. Whitfield, Tapan Chandra Adhyapak, Adriano Tiribocchi, Davide Marenduzzo, and Sriram Ramaswamy

with Dario Papavassiliou

with Thomas Machon, Raymond E. Goldstein, and Adriana I. Pesci

with Thomas Machon

with Thomas Machon

with Diana Khoromskaia

with Dario Papavassiliou

with Adriana I. Pesci, Raymond E. Goldstein, and H. Keith Moffatt

with Daniel A. Beller, Thomas Machon, Simon Čopar, Daniel M. Sussman, Randall D. Kamien, and Ricardo A. Mosna

with Thomas Machon

with Davide Michieletto, Davide Marenduzzo, Enzo Orlandini and Matthew S. Turner

with Thomas Machon


Write to:

Centre for Complexity Science, Zeeman Building, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, UK


Contact Details:

Office: D1.09 Zeeman Building
44 (0)2476 150210