The world is filled with wonderful researchers. Here are a few of them.

OCIAM, Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

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**Worked together:** 2007-Present

**What we worked on:** Exponential asymptotics, free-surface flows, gravity-capillary waves

OCIAM, Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

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**Worked together:** 2012-Present

**What we worked on:** Thin film flows on curved surfaces

OCIAM, Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

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**Worked together:** 2013-Present

**What we worked on:** Morphoelasticity and tissue growth on curved substrates

Department of Mathematics

University College London

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**Worked together:** 2008-2012

**What we worked on:** Free-surface flows, boundary integral methods, ship waves

OCIAM, Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

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**Worked together:** 2013-Present

**What we worked on:** Elastocapillary dynamics and wrinkling of thin membranes

Department of Mathematics

University of Strathclyde

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**Worked together:** 2011-Present

**What we worked on:** Interactions between thin free-surface flows and elastic structures

PACM and Department of Mathematics

Princeton University

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**Worked together:** 2010-2012

**What we worked on:** Singularities in fluid mechanics, the moving contact line problem

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Princeton University

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**Worked together:** 2010-Present

**What we worked on:** Viscous flows, free-surfaces interacting with elastic structures, thin film flows on curved surfaces

Department of Mathematics

Duke University

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**Worked together:** 2010-2011, 2013-Present

**What we worked on:** Rupturing processes in thin films and solids, singular perturbation theory

School of Mathematics and Statistics

Carleton University

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**Worked together:** 2005-2007

**What we worked on:** Nonlinear waves, Korteweg-de Vries equations, sloshing, perturbation theory

Department of Mathematics

University of British Columbia

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**Worked together:** 2012-Present

**What we worked on:** Thin film flows on curved surfaces; the Closest Point Method

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

University of Ottawa

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**Worked together:** 2002-2004

**What we worked on:** Mathematical genomics

Department of Mathematics

University of British Columbia

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**Worked together:** 2013-2014

**What we worked on:** Localized spot patterns on the surface of the sphere

Department of Mathematics

National University of Singapore

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**Worked together:** 2010-2012

**What we worked on:** Singularities in fluid mechanics, the moving contact line problem

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2013-2014

**What we worked on:** (MMath) Multiple scales and discrete difference equations

**Now working at:** D.Phil. Engineering at the University of Oxford

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2015-2017

**What we worked on:** (BA) Jets, waterfalls, and splashes from angled slots, (MMath) Complex singularities near the intersection of a free-surface and a rigid wall

**Now working at:** D.Phil. student in Mathematics at the University of Oxford (to begin 2017-2018)

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2015–2016

**What we worked on:** Complex singularities in Stokes waves

**Now working at:** Ph.D. student in Physics at the University of Cambridge

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2014-2015

**What we worked on:** (MMath) Tissue growth in a mono-layered epithelium

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2016-2017

**What we worked on:** (BA) Exponential asymptotics, complex ray theory and applications to free-surface flows

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2014-2015

**What we worked on:** (MMath) Phase field models and the thin film limit

Department of Mathematics

Princeton University

**Worked together:** 2011-2012

**What we worked on:** Raffi wrote and published his thesis, “Real Analysis for the Non-Genius”, which was later incorporated into the Real Analysis course at Princeton.

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2014–2015

**What we worked on:** (M.Sc.) The multi-dimensional method of steepest descents

**Now working at:** Frontier Developments, UK

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2015-2016

**What we worked on:** (MMath) Searching for new gravity-capillary waves
**Now working at:** Ph.D. student in Mathematics at University College London

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2016-2017

**What we worked on:** (MMath) Complex Singularities of the finite-depth Stokes wave

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Princeton University

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**Worked together:** 2012-Present

**What we worked on:** (Ph.D.) Thin films on curved surfaces, fluid instabilities

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2013-2014

**What we worked on:** (MMath) Discrete and continuum models for in vitro tissue growth

Department of Mathematics

Princeton University

**Worked together:** 2011-2014

**What we worked on:** Mathematics of patterns and reaction-diffusion equations

**Now working at:** D.Phil. Neuroscience at the University of Oxford

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2013-2014

**What we worked on:** (MMath) Mathematical models for the wrinkling of thin sheets

**Now at:** Teaching PGCE at University of Cambridge

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Princeton University

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**Worked together:** 2011-2012

**What we worked on:** Deformation of fibres due to viscous flows in Hele-Shaw cells

Mathematical Institute

University of Oxford

**Worked together:** 2014–2015

**What we worked on:** (MMath) Models for thin film flow on curved surfaces

Department of Mathematics

Princeton University

**Worked together:** 2011-2012

**What we worked on:** Applications of functional analysis to applied mathematics, Hahn-Banach Theorem

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