Peer Reviewed Papers

Here lives a short list of some of the papers I've published in peer reviewed journals (along with numerous co-authors). Please download at your leisure ... But don't e-mail me to tell me if you find any typos or you spot that I have fundamental misunderstandings of the laws of the universe. Don't be that guy.


Press Releases

Left: Real splash-form tektite bought at the AGU conference, San Francisco, 2014. Right: One of my "artificial tektites" made from levitating wax.

Left: Real splash-form tektite bought at the AGU conference, San Francisco, 2014. Right: One of my "artificial tektites" made from levitating wax.

Original UoN release on our work on artificial tektites, which then fortuitously led to coverage by Phys.org and Physics World. Can't complain.

Diagrams of the flows driven by our "little swimmers". On the left, relative motion, but no swimming. On the right, a noticable absense of one of the pairs of circulating flows, and upward swimming.

Diagrams of the flows driven by our "little swimmers". On the left, relative motion, but no swimming. On the right, a noticable absense of one of the pairs of circulating flows, and upward swimming.

Physics Today covered our work on swimming coupled spheres, after the success of publishing in Physical Review Letters. As ever in science, success begets success.

Collection of snapshots from the original, significantly higher quality, version of the video posted on FYFD. Left to right are zero, slow, faster and fastest spin rates respectively.

Collection of snapshots from the original, significantly higher quality, version of the video posted on FYFD. Left to right are zero, slow, faster and fastest spin rates respectively.

This only counts if Tumblr is the press of the future. Someone going under the family-friendly pseudonym "Fuck Yeah Fluid Dynamics" thought our video on the Rayleigh-Taylor instability worthy of a retumble ... Or whatever it is they say on Tumblr.