Trinh @ Bath

Trinh research group at Bath

Our research group focuses on the development of mathematical methodologies — primarily asymptotic analysis and perturbation theory — for applications in applied mathematics and real-world phenomena.

Most of us work on problems motivated by continuum mechanics and fluid dynamics, but there is a unified interest in developing sophisticated methods in perturbation theory.

Current Postdocs

Current PhD students

  • Henry Writer (Exponential asymptotics, wave-structure interactions)
  • Edwin Watson-Miller (Exponential asymptotics, pattern formation, PDEs)
  • Timothy Peters (Mathematical models of ice crystal icing in aeroengines)
  • Cecilie Andersen (Exponential asymptotics, bubbles, and jets)
  • Helen Fletcher (Numerical boundary conditions for water waves and wave-flume experiments)

Current MMath/BSc students

  • Sam Mackenzie (2023-24)

Former Postdocs

  • Samuel Crew – now postdoc at Max Planck Institute - Security and Privacy (Ruhr, Germany)

Former PhD students

  • Dr. Piotr Morawiecki (finished 2023). Now teacher in the IB Diploma Programme in Warsaw
  • Dr. Josh Shelton (finished 2022). Now postdoc at University of Bath.
  • Dr. Yyanis Johnson-Llambias (finished 2022)
  • Dr. Clint Wong (finished 2021). Now a quant at Bank of America.
  • Dr. Naima Hammoud (finished 2016). Now a Courant Instructor at New York University.

Former Master's/Bsc students

  • Martin Moreno Delgado (2022-23) – now analyst at Evercore Investment Banking
  • Mark Hepworth (2021-22)
  • Henry Lockyer (2020-21) – now PhD student in Mathematics at Bath
  • Raban Braymuk (2020-21)
  • Ana Cassaniga Simmons (2020–21)
    Project: An introduction to complex ray theory and its applications
    Now: Data scientist at Mango Solutions
  • Simon Watson (2019–20)
    Project: Continuum models of climate change
    Now: Mathematical Modeller at Jacobs.
  • Thomas Kilcoyne (2019–20)
    Project: Modelling climate change in a chaotic world
    Now: Programmer at Amgen
  • Lizzie Collingwood (2019–20)
    Project: An introduction to perturbation theory and wave phenomena
    Now: MSc student in Applied Mathematics at Imperial College
  • Emma Bailey (2019–20)
    Project: Mathematical modelling of climate and traffic
    Now: PhD student in Environmental Intelligence at Exeter University
  • —insert very long list of pre-2020 students—