Arthur J Vromans
The flow of reacting chemicals in heterogeneous media in a geothermal well setup. At the moment I am looking at constant heat systems, but my future research will incoporate heat as well.
I have been an assistant to undergraduate courses in mathematics and computer science at Leiden University (complex analysis, calculus).
I am currently an assistant to undergraduate courses in mathematics at Eindhoven University of Technology (Divergence/Stokes theorems, calculus, ODEs)
I have collaborated with Fons van de Ven (Eindhoven), Jan Zeman (CVUT Prague) & Adrian Muntean (Karlstad).
Born in 1989 in Vlaardingen, The Netherlands.
Started in 2007 at Leiden University.
I obtained a master degree in Applied Mathematics (Dynamical systems) in 2013 and in 2015 master degrees in both Astronomy (Planetary Systems & Radio Astronomy) and Theoretical Physics (Nematic Dislocations).
In 2015 I started a PhD at Eindhoven University of Technology and since 2017 I am a PhD-student of Karlstad University as well.
Research is possible due to a "MPE: Mathematics of Planet Earth" grant of NWO (Dutch Organization for Scientific Research).
A.J, Vromans & L. Giomi, 2016, Orientational properties of nematic disclinations, Soft Matter 12, 6490-6495