This month I completed my one year at Maths@Warwick and indeed it has been a magnificent twelve months. I got to meet some wonderful people within and outside of academia. It is only fair to start this blog saying thanks to our Micro Nano Flows (MNF) for Engineering group. First and foremost I wish to express my deepest gratitude to James and Duncan for making me a part of the MNF@Warwick group and extending their support and guidance. My special thanks to Prof Emerson and Prof Reese for introducing me to this fabulous group.
From September 4th, I shall start my WIRL-COFUND fellowship with Institute of Advanced Study at Warwick. It is a two years fellowship programme which receives funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie SkÅ‚odowska Curie actions COFUND scheme. I shall undertake research in energy area that is linked to one of the eleven Warwick global research priorities. The main objectives of the proposed project are develop a theoretical model for the simulation of the evaporative cooling from nano-confined liquid-gas interfaces and Implementation an open-source comprehensive simulation tool for extended fluid dynamics equations. I shall still be working with James and Duncan at Mathemtics Institute, Warwick. I would again like to express my appreciation to the MNF group members who helped me immensely to win this scholarship.