Hello, my name is William, but everyone calls me Trey.  I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Mathematical Sciences at New Jersey Institute of Technology.  The links to the left will direct you to more information about my publications, ongoing research collaborations, and teaching interests.  

I study the effects of time-periodic excitations on fluid interfaces, within which my interests are scientific, mathematical, and technological.  My eye towards technological application is shaped by my education in Chemical Engineering.    As a postdoc I have drifted towards mathematical modeling, however, I think it is worth noting that I also foresee future experimental work.  

I especially appreciate when people reach out.  Contact me!

Here you can download my CV.  

Recently published:

Thermocapillary modulation of self-rewetting films
        with  Alex Oron and Yehuda Agnon

Education and experience

Fluid dynamics research associate (2016-present)
        Department of Mathematical Sciences
        New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey, USA 
       collaborators: Wooyoung Choi, Linda Cummings, Lou Kondic

Aly Kauffman Postdoctoral Fellow (2014-2016)
        Faculties of Mechanical and Civil & Environmental Engineering
        Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
        collaborators:  Alex Oron and Yehuda Agnon

co-tutelle Ph.D. Chemical Engineering (2008-2013)
        University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA
        advisor:  Ranga Narayanan
        Université Lille 1, Lille, France
        advisor: Farzam Zoueshtiagh

B.S. Chemical Engineering, math minor (2003-2008)
        Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, USA

Undergraduate research (2007-2008)
        Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, USA
        advisor: David Bruce 
Cognis Corporation co-op engineer (2005-2006)
        chemical manufacturing, Mauldin, SC
        process development, Dusseldorf, Germany