Joey is a Ph.D. candidate in environmental fluid mechanics at the University of Western Australia. His research is focused on permeable boundary layer flow, particularly the interaction between the fluid inside the permeable medium and the fluid above this boundary. He received his Bachelor degree in Architecture and his Master degree in Environmental Fluid Mechanics from Delft University of Technology.

Joey’s research interests cover a broad range of topics in fluid mechanics, such as turbulent boundary layers, breaking waves, stratified flows and fluid-structure interaction.