Dr Mariano Galvagno

Dr Mariano Galvagno

Visiting Researcher

School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)



– Visiting Researcher, School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics, University of Plymouth, UK (2021 - present)– Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering & Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Technion, IL (2017 - 2019)
– Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher Fellow,ITN MULTIFLOW, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Loughborough University, UK (2010 - 2012) 


– Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Loughborough University, UK (2015) 
– Licenciatura en Ciencias Físicas (equivalent to M. Sc. in Physics), School of Pure and Natural Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina (2009)

Roles on external bodies

– Journal reviewer service for International Journal of Heat and Mass Transferand Physics of Fluids


Teaching interests

– Physics 
– Maths
– Applied Data Science
Module Demonstrator:
– MATH 513: Big Data and Social Network Visualisation
– MATH 501: Modelling and Analytics for Data Science


Research interests

– Water Waves
– Free Surface Flows
– Complex Liquids
– Surface Tension
– Active Soft Matter

Other research

– Computational Sociology 
– Digital Humanities & Text Analytics
– Agent Based Modelling 
– History of Physics

Grants & contracts

– Lady Davis Fellowship 2017- 2019, The Lady Davis Fellowship Trust, Israel
– Mechanical Engineering Postdoctoral Fellowship 2017, Technion, Israel 
– Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher Fellowship 2010 – 2012, ITN MULTIFLOW, Loughborough University, UK 


Preprints available at arXiv

  • “Wave-by-wave forecasts in directional seas using nonlinear dispersion corrections”; E. Meisner, M. Galvagno, D. Andrade, D. Liberzon, R. Stuhlmeier; Physics of Fluids 35 (6), 2023

  • “Spatial deterministic wave forecasting for nonlinear sea-states”; M. Galvagno, D. Eeltink, R. Stuhlmeier; Physics of Fluids (33), 2021
  • “Epistolary correspondence in anticipation of `The Question Concerning Technology’ [Die Frage nach der Technik] ”; M. Galvagno, G. Giribet; Differenz (7), 2021

  • “Hydrodynamic-colloidal interactions of an oil droplet and a membrane surface”; M. Galvagno, Guy Z. Ramon, Langmuir (36), 2020

  • “Santaló and Classical Field Theory”; M. Galvagno, G. Giribet, Eur. Phys. J. EPJ H (44), 381–389, 2019

  • “Non Equilibrium Gibbs’ Criterion for Completely Wetting Volatile Liquids”; Y. Tsoumpas, S. Dehaeck, M. Galvagno, A. Rednikov, H. Ottevaere, U. Thiele, P. Colinet; Langmuir (30), 2014

  • “Continuous and discontinuous dynamic unbinding transitions in drawn film flow”; M. Galvagno, D. Tseluiko, H. López, U.Thiele; Phys. Rev. Lett. (112), 2014

  • “Collapsing heteroclinic snaking near a heteroclinic chain in dragged meniscus problems”; D. Tseluiko, M. Galvagno and U. Thiele; Eur. Phys. J. E (37), 2014

  • “Structural and Dynamical characteristics of Mesoscopic H+[H2O]n Clusters”; M. Galvagno, D. Laria, J. Rodriguez; Journal of Molecular Liquids (136), 2007

  • “The particle problem in classical gravity: a historical note on 1941”; M. Galvagno, G. Giribet; Eur. J. Phys. (26) , 2005