I am a lecturer (~ tenured assistant professor) in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at Newcastle University.

My main research interest is turbulence in quantum fluids such as superfluid helium, and how this form of turbulence compares to the classical form we are more familiar with. The following selection of articles provides an excellent introduction to the field. I also have interests in mathematical biology and archaeology and act as the group head for the Newcastle maths bio group. Further information about my research can be found in the menu at the top of the page.

I am always on the lookout for high-quality PhD students or postdoctoral researchers to work with. In addition, I frequently have openings for undergraduate summer students. For potential research projects please see the research tab above.

For current students, if you see me online in MS Teams, feel free to message or call

To get in touch:

email: andrew (dot) baggaley (at) ncl (dot) ac (dot) uk


School of Mathematics & Statistics
Herschel Building
Newcastle University
Newcastle upon Tyne


+44 (0)191 208 3485 (office)
+44 (0)191 208 5371 (school office)
+44 (0)7788 623 515 (mobile)
+44 (0)191 208 8020 (fax)

A copy of my CV (Sep '23) can be found here.


(Left) A numerical study of superfluid turbulence driven by cylindrical thermal counterflow, read more here. (Right) Understanding the morphological characteristics of stem cell colonies though mathematical modelling, see the following paper for more information (PDFs can be found on my publications page).

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