Marc Pradas


I joined the School of Mathematics and Statistics in 2014 as a Lecturer in Applied Mathematics. Previous to this I was a postdoctoral research associate in the Complex Multiscale Systems group, Imperial College London. I did my PhD on theoretical/statistical physics at the University of Barcelona under the supervision of Professor Aurora Hernandez-Machado.

My research interests cover a wide range of topics on the interface of applied mathematics, statistical physics, and engineering science. I give particular emphasis on soft condensed matter theory and fluid dynamics, including multiphase flows, microfluidics, and hydrodynamic instabilities; but also stochastic processes and emergent collective phenomena in complex and biological dynamical systems.

I currently chair the presentation of MST326 Mathematical Methods and Fluid Mechanics, and I am a member of the presentation module team of MS327 Deterministic and Stochastic dynamics.

I also gave an LTCC course on Interfacial Fluid Mechanics running from 18 January - 15 February 2016.

Associated with:

Applied Mathematics

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