19 JJ Thomson Ave
Cambridge CB3 0HE
I began my PhD research in October 2012, Having graduated with a BA and MSci in Experimental and Theoretical Physics from Cambridge in July of the same year.
I'm actively involved with my College, Jesus, and currently sit as the Academic Officer on the MCR Committee. I'm also a member of the Consultative Committee at the Cavendish, and am a co-organiser of the Graduate Student Conference.
My research is concerned with the physics of granular materials.
In particular, I am interested in the mesoscopic processes which occur in distended systems under high stress and strain rate loading, and the ways in which granular structure affects material properties.
Behaviour of sand during release from a shocked state
Appl. Phys. Lett. 103, 154103 (2013)