I graduated from Cambridge in 2007 with a PhD; my thesis concentrated on stochastic particle models for soot formation. Prior to the PhD I took parts I to III of the Maths tripos. I was a member of Trinity college throughout my time in Cambridge (and still am).
I then went to work developing stochastic simulation software in the commercial sector. I have now returned research to work on the coupling of stochastic and deterministic methods for reacting flow problems that also involve particles. I am currently based at the Weierstrass Institute for applied analysis and stochastics in Berlin
ref: Technical Report 195, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2018 by Andrew D McGuire, Sebastian Mosbach, Gavin Reynolds, Robert I. A. Patterson, Eric J. Bringley, Nick A. Eaves, Jochen Dreyer, and Markus Kraft
- Third M.I.T. Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics Cambridge, MA, USA, 14th –17th June, 2006
- Presentation by Robert I. A. Patterson