Welcome to my website! I am Lecturer in Chemical Engineering in the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. I specialise in the lattice-Boltzmann modelling and simulation of complex fluids, for example emulsions, suspensions of deformable particles or red blood cells in blood vessels and microfluidic devices. With my recently won ERC Starting Grant “SIRIUS” I will develop new numerical methods for inertial microfluidics for healthcare applications.
On this website you find an overview of my research activities, publications, job opportunities and my background. Many thanks to my research group for invaluable collaborations and successful projects.
Upcoming conferences, workshops and visits
You will find me at the following events:
|Sep/Oct 2019||Kyoto/Kobe/Okinawa, Japan|
|Oct 2019||CECAM workshop “Active, Charged, and Magnetic Soft Matter Simulations with ESPResSo”, Stuttgart, Germany|
|Dec 2019||CECAM workshop “Challenges in Multiphase Flows”, Prato, Italy|
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