ScienceDocs Physics Editor Dr. Jonathan has worked extensively in the university sector as both a researcher and a lecturer. He is an expert in the physics and mathematics of fluid dynamics and nonlinear mechanics applied to engineering and physical science. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from the University of Edinburgh and a DPhil (PhD) degree in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Oxford. His postdoctoral research was conducted at the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Manchester, and he is a former University Research Fellow of the Royal Society, the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence. Dr. Jonathan’s editorial experience ranges over journal papers, dissertations, conference proceedings, and book chapters. During twenty-five years of scientific research, he has authored or co-authored numerous papers published in leading journals. As a physics editor, he now specializes in editing scientific and technical manuscripts, particularly those written by authors for whom English is a second language. As a published scientist, Dr. Jonathan understands the process of putting a manuscript together for publication, and enjoys helping other scientists polish their own manuscripts. He welcomes the chance to edit papers, grant proposals, and other material in physics, mathematics, engineering, and computer science, and is fluent in both Word and LaTeX formats.
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