Dr Gabriel David Weymouth Sc.D., M.Sc., B.Sc.
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Dr Gabriel David Weymouth is an Associate Professor within Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton.
A simple example is often the best way to generate insight and understanding of complex systems
I am a Associate Professor for the Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute at the University of Southampton, UK. I have always been fascinated by mechanics and mathematics, and now I work on some of the most interesting and mathematically complex mechanics in the world: unsteady fluid dynamics and nonlinear fluid/structure interaction. My work is driven by questions like:
- What is the simplest possible fluid system that will generate a chaotic response?
- How are invertebrates like the octopus able to accelerate so quickly underwater (while we are so bad at it)?
- How can you make predictions for a system that is both poorly understood and expensive to test? By the way – this is the rule, not the exception!
- Research Scientist at the Centre for Environmental Sensing and Modelling in the Singapore MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, 2010-2012
- Postdoctoral Researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2008-2010
- Doctorate of Science in Ocean Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2008
- Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research, 2003
- Bachelors of Science in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering from the Webb Institute, 2001