UAE University

PHYS100: Astronomy (Fall 2019, Spring 2020)
Astronomy for a general audience.

COSS711: Seminar I (Spring 2020)
Presentation skills for PhD students.

Tutorial teaching at Oxford

3rd year Physics paper B1: Flows, Fluctuations and Complexity (2010-2014, 2015-2016).
Topics: Fluid dynamics, waves, convection, dynamical systems, chaos, stochastic physics, biophysics.

2nd year Physics paper A2: Electromagnetism (2014-2015).
Topics: Radiation, dielectric/magnetic media, conductors, plasmas, transmission lines.

3rd year Physics paper B3: Atmospheric Physics (2010).
Topics: Fluid dynamics, waves, rotating fluids, atmospheric structure, thermodynamics, general circulation, thermohaline circulation, radiative transfer, greenhouse effect, carbon cycle, climate change.

Student (co-)supervision

Malak Ali Hamed - UAE University MSc in Physics student (2020-)
Measuring Jupiter’s winds from Cassini spacecraft observations.

Chin-Min Liu - Oxford Physics DPhil student (2016-2017, secondary supervisor to Peter Read)
Studying ice giants with Oxford's giant planet GCM.

Daniel Kennedy - Met Office Academic Partnership undergraduate summer student (2016, with Peter Read)
Modelling Jupiter’s energy cycle.

Sylvie Su - Visiting M1 Physique stagiaire from ENS Lyon (2015, with Hélène Scolan and Peter Read)
Simulating the new AOPP freely convecting rotating annulus experiment. Work published in Fluids.

Caitlin Bromfield - Nuffield Foundation A-level summer student (2014, with Peter Read)
Potential vorticity dynamics on Jupiter.

Jake Smith - Oxford Physics 4th year MPhys student (2013, with Peter Read)
Modelling the rotating annulus in a "tidally-locked" configuration.

David Thomas - Oxford Physics 4th year MPhys student (2012, with Peter Read)
Modelling the rotating annulus in a "tidally-locked" configuration.

David Armstrong - Oxford Physics 3rd year summer student (2010, with Peter Read)
Cloud tracking in Jupiter's atmosphere. Work published in Icarus.

Andrew Lancaster - Oxford Physics 4th year MPhys student (2010, with Peter Read)
Cloud tracking in Jupiter's atmosphere. Work published in Icarus.