Mr Andrew Orr
Lecturer in Physics
DPhil Student in Engineering Science (Queen’s College)
1-Term Stipendiary Lectureship in Physics at New College (HT2020)
MPhys (Trinity Coll. Oxford)
I completed my undergraduate MPhys in Physics at Trinity College between 2015 and 2019. My MPhys research project used a lab-based approach to simulate the atmospheric Quasi-Biennial Oscillation. I was supervised by Professor Peter Read and Professor Alfonso Castrejon-Pita.
My postgraduate studies are in microfluidics and inkjet printing.
Undergraduate Teaching Areas
This year I will be teaching Thermal Physics at Brasenose and Classical Mechanics at New College.
In past years I have taught Quantum Mechanics at New College and given tutorials in the Engineering Science department on 3D Printing.
Liquid Crystal Lenses, Microfluidics and Lattice Boltzmann simulations.
Outside of academic work, I sing with Somerville College Choir and regularly do backstage work for student shows around Oxford.
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