Mathematical Innovation Research Associate
Dr Chris Rowlatt

Chris is an applied mathematician with a broad range of interests, including the numerical solution of partial differential equations, fluid dynamics, mathematical biology and, more recently, machine learning.

Prior to joining the IMI, Chris has worked as a researcher on a variety of projects, some interdisciplinary, at several institutions across the UK. These projects include bubble cavitation dynamics at low Reynolds number; single cell migration using adaptive moving mesh methods; and the development of a hybrid, individual-based model for the study of the within-host dynamics of infectious diseases.

Chris holds a BSc in Mathematics and its Applications, as well as a PhD in Mathematics, both from Cardiff University.

Outside of academia, Chris enjoys anything sport related – in particular, cricket, table tennis and ice hockey. He also enjoys the outdoors and his motorbike.