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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Career

  • 2018-date: PhD Student, DAMTP
  • 2014-2018: BA/MMath, Mathematics, Trinity College Cambridge

Research

Kasia is a PhD student in the Theoretical Geophysics research group under the supervision of Jerome Neufeld, looking at the tidal forcing of ice streams. She is generally interested in mathematical or fluid dynamical models of subglacial processes.

Teaching

Supervisions for Dynamical Systems (Michaelmas 2018-19), Vectors and Matrices (Michaelmas 2020), and Mathematical Biology (Lent 2019-21)

Publications

Tidal Grounding-Line Migration Modulated by Subglacial Hydrology
KLP Warburton, DR Hewitt, JA Neufeld
– Geophysical Research Letters
(2020)
47,
ARTN e2020GL089088
The Elastic Landau-Levich Problem on a Slope
K Warburton, D Hewitt, J Neufeld
– Journal of Fluid Mechanics
(2019)
883,
a40
Time-dependent soft-bedded sliding laws
K Warburton, D Hewitt, J Neufeld

Research Group

Theoretical Geophysics

Room

H1.15

Telephone

01223 748905