Recent preprints & publications
Published Fokas Diagonalization
2024 June 3–7 CIRM, Marseille, France
2024 June 24–27 SIAM NWCS24, Baltimore MD, USA
I am an analyst working in the field of partial differential equations. Specifically, I study linear initial boundary value problems and spectral theory of the associated differential operators. I am particularly interested in problems of high spatial order and those with exotic boundary conditions. Understanding the efficacy of the Fokas transform method (unified transform method) has been a major focus of my research. I also study the phenomena of revivals and fractalization that appear in dispersive systems.
My research page contains more information.
Research with undergraduate students
I have an active program of research with undergraduate students at Yale-NUS College. You can find out more at the Unified transform lab website.
I enjoy teaching university level mathematics. I recently taught modules on proof, complex analysus, ordinary and partial differential equations, and applied calculus at Yale-NUS College. At University of Michigan and University of Cincinnati, I taught courses on boundary value problems, calculus & precalculus. At University of Reading, I taught 1st and 2nd year courses on real analysis.
I completed the University of Reading's Teaching & Learning Support Programme, entitling me to Associate Fellowship of the UK Higher Education Academy.