I completed my PhD in Applied Mathematics under the supervision of Prof. John Appleby (and with the generous financial support of the Irish Research Council) at Dublin City University. I was a postdoctoral researcher at Brandeis University working with Prof. Jonathan Touboul and in November 2020, I joined the Levin lab at Princeton University to work on mathematical models of vegetation dynamics.
In my doctoral work I studied qualitative properties of nonlinear differential systems with memory and subject to random noise. In my postdoctoral work I expanded my research interests to include applications of techniques from dynamical systems and stochastic analysis to problems in ecology (savanna/forest modeling) and biological development (cell fate dynamics in the brain) – see my research page for further details.
My Curriculum Vitae can be found here.
I am also keen to teach mathematics to the highest standard possible and you can read about my teaching philosophy here.