At high school I was lucky to be benefit from the hard work of very fine teachers. They encouraged my wide interests in mathematics, physics and history from a young age. Later, I spent four years at Oxford University studying Mathematics: three years for my BA, then a year for my MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis. Afterwards I was employed in industry, devising predictive methods and computer programs for a diesel manufacturer. I moved on to Bristol University, to be employed as a research associate. There I worked for my PhD in breaking waves, and in postdoctoral research, all supervised by the late Professor D.Howell Peregrine. In Nov. 1992 I left Bristol to become a lecturer, now a senior lecturer, at UEA. 


Follow this link for details of current PhD opportunities in Mathematics. But feel free to email me to discuss projects outside these areas and alternative sources of funding.

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