Dr Richard Danyi Teaching Fellow Faculty of Science and Engineering firstname.lastname@example.org 01482 462359 Rich came to the University of Hull in 2019 from Keele University where he had completed his PhD, on absolute and global instabilities in mixing layers, under the supervision of Prof J J Healey and Prof V Shrira. He is passionate about teaching Mathematics. His research focuses on hydrodynamic stability analysis and its applications to fluid flows. Research Research Interests Hydrodynamic stability Publications Danyi R and Healey J J, 'Global instabilities of stratified mixing layers created by confinement', to be submitted to the Journal of Fluid Mechanics (in progress) Teaching Programmes taught on (2019) Mathematics Mathematics Modules list Analysis Introduction to Probability and Statistics Practical Programming with MATLAB Research PhDs Rich welcomes applications for postgraduate supervision in his specialist area of hydrodynamics stability. Teaching awards and accolades Fellow of the Higher Education Academy Professional highlights Academic qualifications PhD (Mathematics), Keele University BSc (Mathematics and Physics), Keele University Awards and accolades Extra Mile Award, Student Led Teaching Awards, 2018 Extra Mile Award, Student Led Teaching Awards, 2017 Postgraduate who Teaches Award, Student Led Teaching Awards, 2016 Professional highlights Secondment to the Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Science, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia (2014). Collaborative work on the processes in the air/water interface with the use of experimental set-up and field work.