Miss Tamsin Anne Spelman

Career

  • 2013-date: PhD in Applied Mathematics, University of Cambridge
  • 2009-2013: BA & MMath in Mathematics, Queens' College, University of Cambridge

Research

Tamsin is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics in the Biological Physics group.

Her general interests include using numerical and theoretical techniques to understand the behaviour of microsystems, in close colaboration with experiments. 

Her current research involves theoretically understanding partially enclosed oscillating microbubbles (AMBs) and studying a magnetically actuated artificial cilium. Her Supervisor is Dr Eric Lauga.

Publications

Arbitrary axisymmetric steady streaming: Flow, force and propulsion. Tamsin A. Spelman and Eric Lauga. preprint

Bubble-based acoustic micro-swimmers. N. Bertin, T. Spelman, O. Stephan, L. Gredy, M. Bouriau, E. Lauga and P. Marmottant. preprint