Mr Peter Baddoo

Education

  • 2015-present: PhD, University of Cambridge
  • 2011-2015: MMath, University of Oxford

Peter is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics in the Waves research group. His current research interests are fluid dynamics, asymptotic analysis and applied complex analysis. In applied mathematics, he is interested in the Wiener-Hopf method, Riemann-Hilbert problems, and the Schottky-Klein prime function. In fluid dynamics, he is interested in scattering problems, vortex dynamics and multi-body interactions.

Teaching

  • Part II Further Complex Methods Supervisions, Lent Term 2018,
  • Part IA Vectors & Matrices Supervisions, Michaelmas Term 2017,
  • Part IB Complex Analysis Supervisions, Lent Term 2017,
  • Part IA Differential Equations Supervisions, Michaelmas Term 2016,
  • Part II Fluid Dynamics Supervisions, Michaelmas Term 2016,
  • Part II Asymptotic Methods Supervisions, Lent Term 2016,
  • Part III Applied Analysis & Continuum Mechanics Seminar Chair, Lent Term 2016,
  • Part II Fluid Dynamics Supervisions, Michaelmas Term 2015.

Publications

Conference Proceedings

  • P. J. Baddoo, L. J. Ayton, "Vortex Equilibria in Ground Effect", Fluid Dynamics Conference, p. 2903, 2018,
  • P. J. Baddoo, L. J. Ayton, "An Analytic Solution for Gust-Cascade Interaction Noise Including Effects of Realistic Aerofoil Geometry: Inter-Blade Region", 24th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, p. 2957, 2018,
  • P. J. Baddoo, L. J. Ayton, "An Analytic Solution for Gust-Gascade Interaction Noise Including Effects of Realistic Aerofoil Geometry", 23rd AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, p. 3216, 2017.