Bachelor of Engineering 1st Class Honours, Imperial College, London, 1994. Master of Science with Distinction, Imperial College, London, 1995. Doctor of Philosophy Nonlinear Structural Mechanics, University Bath, Bath, England, 1998.
Postdoctoral research associate Centre for Nonlinear Mechanics, University Bath, Bath, England, 1998—1999. University lecturer Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London, South Kensington, England, since 1999. Technical consultant Michelin Tyre Company, Clement-Ferrand, France (including Monaco), 2001—2002, Flomerics Ltd, London, 2001.
Science committee member British Applied Mathematics Colloquium 1999, Bath, United Kingdom, 1998—1999.
Tutor Imperial Volunteer Centre, London, United Kingdom, 2003. Member of The Royal Institution of Great Britain (Medical Research Institute), Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (MIMA).