# Research

My research lies in theoretical and computational fluid dynamics, focusing on lubrication layer theory. Specifically, I’m currently researching the formation and evolution of the air lubrication layer that arises from impacting droplets, motivated by the pilot-wave ‘bouncing droplet’ phenomena.

I’m supervised by Prof. Paul Milewski (50%), Prof Jonathan Evans (25%) and Dr. Phil Trinh (25%).

# Talks and Publications

Find a list of talks and publications below. There aren’t that many yet!

## Circles and Primes and Squares Oh My!

Published:

A Presentation for the Postgraduate Seminar Series on the Gauss circle problem and counting the number of integer solutions to the equation $x^2 + y^2 = n^2$.

## Elucidating the Lubrication Layer for impacting droplets

Published in , 2020

This report was submitted for the degree of “Master of Research, MRes”.