Group members and ex-members
Current PhD students:
Jon Woodward – The fluid dynamics of plankton blooms (joint with Jon Pitchford, Maths/Biology)
Laila Alsharief - Evolution and bioconvection in suspensions of mixed species (joint with Jon Pitchford, Maths/Biology)
Former PhD students:
Dr Richard M. Hillary (PhD 2003) Plankton patchiness (Principle Research Scientist, The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation Division of Marine and Atmospheric Research Canberra, Australia; Best Poster at EuroMech422, 2001)
Dr Emma J. Guirey (PhD 2007) Synchronisation theory and plankton patchiness (Ecological Modeller, Fisheries Research Services)
Dr C. Rosie Williams - (PhD 2009) Pattern formation and hydrogen production in suspensions of swimming green algae (Ice Sheet Modeller, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge; Winner of the William Jack Prize for her PhD thesis)
Dr Stephen O'Malley - (PhD 2011) Biflagellate swimming: the method of regularized Stokeslets (Software Developer, Twig World/J P Morgan; Winner of the SMB 2014 Lee Segel Prize for best article coauthored by a student - O'Malley and Bees 2012)
Sqn Ldr Dr Ehsan Ashraf - (PhD 2011) Biflagellate swimming: resistance force theory (Associate Professor, College of Aeronautical Engineering, PAF Academy Risalpur, Pakistan)
Dr Reem Almahmud - (PhD 2016) Bioconvection in mixed cultures (joint with Nick Hill, Maths, Glasgow)
Dr Cicik Alfiniyah - (PhD 2018) Bacterial swarming in thin films (joint with Jamie Wood, Maths/Bio)
Current Postdoctoral Research Fellows:
Dr Ben Snow (2016-2018 InnovateUK; BBSRC; Unilever; EPSRC IAA) flows due to cells attached to surfaces.
Former Postdoctoral Research Assistants:
Dr David Schley (2000-2001 EPSRC) (Research Leader, Institute of Animal Health, Pirbright) (Communications for empowerment, MS Society, University of Oxford)
Dr Ottavio Croze (2009-2013; 2009-2011 EPSRC; 2011-2012 Carnegie Trust; 2012-2013 EPSRC) (Winton Advanced Research Fellow, Cambridge)
Martin Henneton 2008, Bioconvection – theory. Department of Mathematics, ISITV Toulon, France.
Jean-Baptiste Prouvost 2008, Bioconvection - experiments. Polytech Clermont-Ferrand, Universite Blaise Pascal, Aubiere, France.
Mohit Garg 2009, Chemoconvection – numerical experiments. Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India.
Avril Weir 2009, Bioconvection/image processing. University of Glasgow, UK; Carnegie Grant.
Mathieu Allemand 2010, Mathematics & Modelling, Polytech Clermont-Ferrand, Universite Blaise Pascal, Aubiere, France.
Andrei Zhuk 2013 Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Belarusian State University. IAESTE
Emre Buyuk 2014, Discrete bioconvection. Mathematics Engineering, Istanbul Technical University. IAESTE
Amit Deo 2014, Multiscale mechanical models of wound healing. Mathematics, Girton College, Cambridge. YCCSA
Holly Hathrell 2014, Multiscale mechanical models of wound healing. Physics, University of York. YCIL
Aran Dolan 2014, Multiscale mechanical models of wound healing. Mathematics, University of York. Self-funded.
Aran Dolan 2015, Effect of low-temperature plasma on swimming cells. Mathematics, University of York. EPSRC
Tom Pennington 2015, Discrete models of wound healing. YCCSA
Euan Smithers 2015, Elasticity of wound healing. Mathematics, University of York. Self-funded.
Euan Smithers 2016, Microorganisms in thin-film flow. Mathematics, University of York. LMS