Employment:
  • 2017-present: Reader, Department of Mathematics, University of Surrey
  • 2014-2017: Senior Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, University of Surrey
  • 2007-2014: Lecturer, Department of Mathematics,University of Surrey
  • 2005-2007: Research Fellow, Department of Mathematics, University of Surrey
Education:
  • 2009: Postgraduate certification in academic practice, University of Surrey
  • 2006: PhD in Applied Mathematics, University of Bristol
  • 2002: MEng in Engineering Mathematics, First class hons. University of Bristol
Awards:
  • Runner-up - DSWeb 2018 Software Contest: EMBER (Emergent and Macroscopic Behaviour ExtRaction)
Other Experience:
  • 2019-present: Co-founder and Co-director of the Surrey Centre for Criminology
  • 2018-2022: External Examiner for University of Bristol (Engineering Mathematics)
  • 2018-2019: Deputy Exams Officer
  • 2014-2017: Secretary for the local organising BAMC Surrey 2017 group.
  • 2015-2016: Deputy Exams Officer
  • 2013-2015: Exams officer.
  • 2009-2012: marketing officer.
  • 2009-2012: website officer.
  • 2008-2009: Project and literature review coordinator 
  • 2008: Induction week organiser
  • Referee for EPSRC and a range of journals (SIADS, JFM, Physica D, Nonlinear Science)
 PhD Students:
  • 2019-present: Steven Falconer (co-supervised with Drs. N. Santitissadeekorn (Maths), Nadia Smith and Spencer Thomas (National Physical Laboratory)). Project: Data analysis and modeling of the Royal College of GPs, Research and Surveillance data
  • 2019-Present: Daniel Ennis (co-supervised with Dr. N. Santitissadeekorn (Maths), Prof. I. Brunton-Smith (Sociology)). Project: Modeling and data analysis of crime
  • 2017-Present: Daniel Hill (co-supervised with Dr. Matt Turner). Project: Localised Ferrofluid Patterns
  • 2016-Present: Jacob Brooks (co-supervised with Prof. Gianne Derks (Maths)). Project: Nonlinear Wave Equations
  • 2012-2016: Craig Shenton (co-supervised with Prof. Angela Druckman (Centre for Environmental Strategy)). Project: Food Security   
  • 2011-2014: Tasos Rossides (co-supervised with Prof. Sergy Zelik (Maths)). Thesis: Computing multi-localised structures for some parabolic PDE systems 
  • 2010-2014: Gary Chaffey (co-supervised with Drs. Norman Kirkby (Civil Eng) and Anne Skeldon (Maths)). Thesis: Modelling the Cell Cycle
  • 2010-2014: Jessica Rowden (co-supervised with Prof. Nigel Gilbert (Sociology)). Thesis: Application of Two Mathematical Modelling Approaches for Real World Systems 
  • 2007-2011. Jeremy Chamard. Thesis: Mountain Pass Algorithms and Applications

Postdoctoral Supervision:
  • 2019 Dr. Sean Cleator, University of Surrey. Topic: Data assimilation for flu.
  • 2017-2019 Dr. Sylvain Delahaies, University of Surrey. Topic: Data assimilation for count data.
  • 2014-2016 Dr. Spencer A. Thomas, University of Surrey. Topic: Stochastic Continuation (EPSRC ERIE Grant)
  • 2012-2014 Dr. Christopher Knight, University of Surrey. Topic: Mathematics of Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping (EPSRC ERIE Grant)
Grants:
  • 2019 Impact Acceleration Student Placement Grant with Surrey Police Force. Value £12k.
  • 2018 Impact Acceleration Grant “Quantifying uncertainties for early detection and forecasting of subsidence from earth observation data”. Principal Investigator. Value £26,876.
  • 2018 Impact Acceleration Grant “Spatio-temporal Forecasting of Respiratory disease peaks in England using Bayesian inference”. Principal Investigator. Value £23,455.
  • 2018 Bavarian Funding Program for the Initiation of International Projects. Joint investigator with Dr. Reinhard Richter. Value €4381.
  • 2018 International Center for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS) workshop on “Mathematical Criminology and Crime Science”, Value £19k. Principal Investigator.
  • 2018 University of Surrey travel grant to SIAM Nonlinear Waves conference 2018. Value £1k.
  • 2017 Banff International Research Station in workshop on “Mathematical Criminology and Security” Mar 17 - Mar 22, 2019. Co-Investigator.
  • 2017 Impact Acceleration Grant “Optimal deployment of police officers in Providence”. Principal Investigator. Value £29,337
  • 2016 EPSRC Global Challenges Research grant “Seismic Resilience of Nuclear Power Plants”. Co-Investigator. Value £45k.
  • 2016 University of Surrey travel grant for travel to ICERM Providence. Value £400.
  • 2015 LMS research-in-pairs grant for Prof. Arnd Scheel (Minnesota) to visit. Value £1160.
  • 2014 University of Surrey travel grant for travel to SIAM Nonlinear Waves Conference 2014 (Cambridge). Value £300. 
  • 2011 University of Surrey travel grant for travel to Canada for BIRS (Banff) workshop on  “Localised Multi-Dimensional Patterns in Dissipative Systems". Value: £900.
  • 2010 EPSRC summer bursary grant and Nuffield summer bursary grant  to work on “Localised Crime Hotspots". Principal Investigator.
  • 2009 EPSRC First grant “Nucleation of Ferrosolitons and Localized Ferro-patterns". Principal Investigator. Value: £100k
  • 2009 EPSRC grant “Evolution and Resilience of Industrial Ecologies (ERIE)". Co-Investigator. Value: £3.4m.
  • 2008 Workshop grants:  “Emerging Interfaces" OxPDE grant value £5k, Institute for Advanced Studies, Surrey grant value £5k. Co-Investigator.
  • 2007: Royal Society travel grant for travel to the US for the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems. Value £500
  • 2006: Royal Society travel grant for travel to US for the SIAM Nonlinear Waves and Coherent structures conference. Value: £500.