I’ve had a team of very dedicated doctoral students:
- Zainab bu Sinnah (PhD, Plymouth University): Lattice Boltzmann method for 2D and 3D flows in channels an ducts with slip and no-slip walls (with Dave Graham)
- Norjan Jumma (PhD, Plymouth University): Lattice Boltzmann method for multiphse flow with high density ratio (with Dave Graham)
- Ivars Krastins (PhD, University of Greenwich, 2019): A Parallel Lattice Boltzmann Method for Convection in Dendritic Solidification (with Andrew Kao and Koulis Pericleous)
- Seemaa Mohammed (PhD, Plymouth University, 2019): The lattice Boltzmann method for flows with slip and no-slip boundaries (in collaboration with Dave Graham);
- Ebtesam Alousta (PhD, Plymouth University, 2019): Fatigue crack closure. (Director of Studies was Colin Christopher);
- Andreas Hantsch (PhD, University of Freiberg, 2013): Lattice Boltzmann models for thermal multiphase flows; April 2011-December 2013. You can read more here;
- Rebecca Allen (PhD, KAUST, 2015): Modelling diffusion and buoyancy–driven convection with applications to geological CO2 storage; August 2012–July 2015
- Stuart Thompson (Summer Intern., University of Glasgow): Discrete kinetic modelling of the Freedericksz transition in liquid crystals; June–September 2012
- Mokhles Mnelja (visiting student, Tunisia), Lattice Boltzmann equation for non-ideal gasses, September–December 2009.
I’ve been very lucky to work with three excellent research supervisors. Prof. Tim Phillips introduced me to lattice Boltzmann and supervised my PhD at Cardiff University, Prof. Helen Wilson guided me through my first post-doc project where I worked on instabilities in polymer processing at UCL, and Prof. Paul Dellar is one of the leading experts in lattice Boltzmann and taught me a great deal about the method when I worked with him at Oxford.