Reader in the Department of
Mathematics at City University.
Phone: (020) 7040 8465
For material concerning third year projects go to my Projects Page.
I am interested in many areas of fluid mechanics. In particular Double
Diffusive Convection (what happens when you heat salty water), Laminar
Flames (what happens when you have nice simple flames, with emphasis on the simple), Periodic
Vortices (some new solutions of the steady Navier-Stokes equation, with HUGE graphics files).
The presentation used in the "E=mc2 made simple" talk is
available here. It is not intended to be self contained. This is in a big PDF file (about 10MB) that
uses animations, some of which only work on Acrobat Reader 7 or later (possibly also 6) in
Windows. It was created in LaTeX using PPower4, pdfanim and
Senate Working Group on Sabbaticals
Material relating to the Senate Working Group (which I chaired) can be found here.
Erdös Number 4
I have an Erdös number of 4 via the following publications:
- Paul Erdös & George Szekeres (1935) A combinatorial problem in geometry, Compositio Mathematica 2, 463-470. (Plus 4 other joint publications)
- Lawrence Mysak & George Szekeres (1966) Behaviour of Schwarzschild singularity in superimposed gravitational fields, Canadian Journal of Physics 44, 617.
- Judy Holyer & Lawrence Mysak (1985) Trench wave generation by incident baroclinic rossby waves, Journal of Physical Oceanography 15, 593-603.
- Oliver Kerr & Judy Holyer (1986) The effect of rotation
on double-diffusive interleaving, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 162, 23-33.
I am also a father to 2 children.