My interests lie in the use of applied mathematics and computational methods to solve problems in science and engineering. Our group focuses on the employment of these tools to study and rigorously quantify the dynamics of active matter. Catalytic nanomotors are particles capable of achieving autonomous motion by catalyzing chemical reactions at their surface, thus converting chemical energy to mechanical work. My project aims to provide a combined analytic-numerical study of the reaction-enhanced diffusion of a forced colloidal particle. The vast majority of the work in this field has comprised the study of chemically passive particles. The presence of chemical reactions has profound implications on the microstructural properties of a suspension.