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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Career

  • 2020-date PhD student, DAMTP (C-CLEAR NERC DTP), University of Cambridge (Trinity College)
  • 2016-2020 BA & MMath, Trinity College, University of Cambridge

Research

Joseph is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, supervised by Professor M. Grae Worster.

Teaching

Supervisions for the undergraduate maths tripos:

  • Part IB Methods (2021-22, 2022-23, 2023-24)
  • Part IB Variational Principles (2021-22, 2022-23, 2023-24)
  • Part IB Fluid Dynamics (2020-21, 2021-22, 2022-23, 2023-24)
  • Part II Fluid Dynamics (2020-21)

Cover lectures (x5) for Part IA Introduction to Mechanics (non-examinable, Michaelmas 2022); introductory videos and lecture for Part III Continuum Mechanics (Michaelmas 2023)

 

 

Publications

A linear-elastic–nonlinear-swelling theory for hydrogels. Part 2. Displacement formulation
J Webber, M Etzold, MG Worster
– Journal of Fluid Mechanics
(2023)
960,
a38
A linear-elastic-nonlinear-swelling theory for hydrogels. Part 1. Modelling of super-absorbent gels
J Webber, MG Worster
– Journal of Fluid Mechanics
(2023)
960,
a37
Stokes drift through corals
JJ Webber, HE Huppert
– Environmental Fluid Mechanics
(2021)
21,
1119
Stokes drift in coral reefs with depth-varying permeability.
JJ Webber, HE Huppert
– Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences
(2020)
378,
20190531
Time to Approach Similarity
JJ Webber, HE Huppert
– The Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics
(2019)
73,
1

Research Groups

Fluid Mechanics
Theoretical Geophysics

Room

H1.01