I graduated from UEA with an MMath Master of Mathematics in June 2020 having spent four years at UEA. My Masters Dissertation was titled ‘The Dynamics of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current’ and was supervised by Prof David Stevens. The main subject I am interested in is Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, so I sit on the boundary between Environmental Science and Mathematics. Although my formal training has been withing Mathematics, I am now starting to venture into Environmental Science as well.
Outside of studies I have held several roles within the School of Mathematics at UEA. For the past two years I have served as the President of UEA MathSoc (having spent a total of three years on the committee) and have also worked as an Associate Tutor for the past year. My tutoring work also includes a year spent working at the Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form in Norwich.
Alongside academics, I am also a keen runner, having worked in Norfolk’s specialist running store throughout my time at UEA.