I graduated from Cambridge in 2007 with a PhD; my thesis concentrated on stochastic particle models for soot formation. Prior to the PhD I took parts I to III of the Maths tripos. I was a member of Trinity college throughout my time in Cambridge (and still am).
I then went to work developing stochastic simulation software in the commercial sector. I have now returned research to work on the coupling of stochastic and deterministic methods for reacting flow problems that also involve particles. I am currently based at the Weierstrass Institute for applied analysis and stochastics in Berlin
Andrew D. McGuire, Sebastian Mosbach, Gavin Reynolds, Robert I. A. Patterson, Eric J. Bringley, Nick A. Eaves, Jochen Dreyer, and Markus Kraft, Technical Report 195, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2018.