Welcome! I am a lecturer at the University of Sheffield and part of the Dynamics group. I mostly develop code and mathematical models for waves (like sound and radio) and more broadly solid mechanics. For an overview see my projects, publications or CV.
PhD in applied mathematics, 2015
NUI Galway
MSc in applied mathematics, 2011
State University of Campinas
BSc in applied mathematics, 2009
State University of Campinas
Software for wave propagation and scattering.
Surface waves and wrinkles can be used to characterise the underlying soft solid.
Use AI concepts, such as entropy maximisation, to play games.
The aim is to understand how waves (like sound, radio, light, and vibrations) behave in materials with random microstructure.
Combining maths, data and code to solve commercial and industrial problems.
How do we mathematically describe the stresses and deformation of anisotropic soft solids.