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PhD in Mathematics of Information

Research interests: Partial differential equations, Fluid mechanics

Supervisor: Professor Edriss S. Titi

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2020-2021: MASt, Part III Mathematics, University of Cambridge

2017-2020: Double Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Physics, University of Groningen


Other Works

  • D.W. Boutros: On Energy Conservation for the Hydrostatic Euler Equations: An Onsager ConjectureOberwolfach Report 51 (2022), pp. 23-25

Talks and Poster Presentations

  • December 2022: Junior Analysis Seminar, Imperial College London
  • November 2022: CCIMI Conference, Isaac Newton Institute Cambridge (recording, slides)
  • November 2022: Mathematical Advances in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Oberwolfach
  • November 2022: Graduate seminar on Advanced topics in PDE, University of Bonn
  • October 2022: Wolfson College Science Society
  • August 2022: Hausdorff School on Geometric Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, University of Bonn
  • July 2022: 2nd IST Austria Summer School in Analysis and PDEs, IST Austria
  • July 2022: When Kinetic Theory meets Fluid Mechanics, ETH Zürich
  • June 2022: Junior Isaac Newton Crossover seminar, Isaac Newton Institute Cambridge (recording, slides)
  • May 2022: Uncertainty Quantification : Recent Advances in the Mathematics of Information, Møller Institute, Churchill College, Cambridge (recording)
  • May 2022: Advances in geophysical and astrophysical turbulence, Isaac Newton Institute Cambridge
  • May 2022: Nonlinear PDEs in Fluid Mechanics, CIRM Marseille Luminy (slides)
  • April 2022: Wolfson College Research Event


  • Michaelmas 2022: Supervisions for Part IB Linear Algebra and Drop-in Sessions for Analysis of Partial Differential Equations
  • Easter 2022: Supervisions for Part II Analysis of Functions and Part IB Analysis and Topology
  • Lent 2022: Supervisions for Part II Analysis of Functions
  • Michaelmas 2021: Drop-in Sessions for Analysis of Partial Differential Equations and Distribution Theory and Applications

Research Group

Mathematics of Information (Applied)




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