Tom Montenegro-Johnson joins Birmingham Mathematical Biology
My first day at my new home with the mathematical biology group in the University of Birmingham. Photo by Kris Kuzniar.
Tom Montenegro-Johnson

I am a researcher in the School of Mathematics at the University of Birmingham. My research is focused upon microscale continuum phenomena, in particular microscale flows, active and complex fluids, fluid-structure interactions, and artificial propulsion including diffusiophoresis. The work is highly interdisciplinary, drawing from mathematics, statistical physics, biology and continuum mechanics, and entails collaboration with experimentalists in biology and fluid dynamics.


My CV is available here.