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Academic Background

Daniel Netherwood is an applied mathematician, working as a postgraduate researcher under the supervision of Dr. Robert Whittaker and Dr. Paul Hammerton. Daniel's research interests lie in the field of biological fluid dynamics, with a primary focus on using applied, asymptotic and computational methods to model the flow physiology of compliant elastic-walled tubes. The primary applications of Daniel's work lie in the biomedical industry. 

During the 2022/23 academic year, Daniel's time is divided into writing up his Ph.D thesis and serving in his new role as a fixed term lecturer in the school of mathematics (UEA).  

Current teaching : (a) Applied Methods and Inviscid Fluid Flows and (b) Computation and Modelling 

Daniel is currently the co-organisor of the departmental applied mathematics research seminar.  

Daniel has regularly been involved with, created, and delivered a number of interdisciplinary outreach projects within the mathematics and engineering departments. Examples of some new projects: 'MTH-ENG mystery box challenge', 'Fluid mechanics; a trilogy of experiments', 'Optimising the construction of a lecture theatre'. 'How to vaccinate 77 million people?'.





  • Undergraduate Mathematics Student, University of East Anglia (2015-18)
  • Masters Mathematics Student, University of East Anglia (2018-19)
  • Mathematics PhD Student, University of East Anglia (2019-)
  • Associate tutor - University of East Anglia (2018-2023)
  • Session leader - University of East Anglia (2022-2023)
  • Tutor in Mathematics - University of East Anglia (2022-)