I am a member of the research group Mathematics of Waves and Materials in the Department of Mathematics.
I am interested in canonical scattering problems and the mathematical theory of diffraction, both for the very nice and varied mathematics involved, but also for the industrial and physical applications behind it. In particular, I am very interested by the important problem of diffraction of waves (acoustic or electro-magnetic) by a quarter-plane or a plane sector. To find out more about it, please visit my research page on canonical scattering problems. Over the years, I have developed a keen interest in complex analysis, and in particular, in functions of several complex variables and their applications to waves theory. You can find more about it on my complex analysis research page.
I have also recently been interested in problems of scattering of elastic waves, influenced by the strength of the Department of Mathematics in that area.
I am also very interested in the mathematical and physical understanding of Combustion Instabilities. Again this is a problem that is not yet well understood and that gives rise to very interesting mathematical problems, with important applications in jet and rocket engines. You can find more about it on my research page on Combustion instability.
In general, I'm very interested in problems combining elegant mathematics with strong industrial applications.