I am an Australian Research Council Future Fellow and an Associate Professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Adelaide. The School is one of Australia’s top maths schools, designated well above world standard in all areas of mathematics and statistics in the most recent ARC Excellence in Research for Australia assessment. The University is a member of the Group of 8 leading research-intensive universities in Australia.

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Some recent-ish research highlights:

Three-dimensional imaging of ocean waves in the Antarctic marginal ice zone during an explosive polar cyclone (Alberello et al, 2021)
Change in complex-resonant frequencies (white bullets) caused by increasing ice-shelf thickening. Background is a representation of complex-valued reflection coefficient in complex frequency space (Bennetts & Meylan, SIAM J Appl Math, 2021).

Fastest measured ice drift speed (0.75m/s), for a pancake floe in the Antarctic marginal ice zone during a series of polar cyclones (Alberello et al, J Geophy Res, 2019)
A graded resonator array that amplifies incident water waves at selected locations (Bennetts et al., J Fluid Mech, 2018)
A theoretical model of water wave overwash of a step (green) vs a CFD model (Skene et al, J Fluid Mech, 2018)