Showing news articles whose tags include: Applied Mathematics
Grant Success: Stuart King
Stuart King has received funding for a PhD studentship from Data Lab.
Grant Success: James Maddison
Congratulations to James Maddison who has been awarded a NERC grant in collaboration with the Universities of Oxford and East Anglia.
MIGSAA features strongly in EPSRC document
MIGSAA, our Centre for Doctoral Training run jointly with Heriot-Watt University, was ranked in the top category following EPSRC's mid-term review.
Whittaker Colloquium Prof. K. Moffatt (Cambridge) (video + slides)
Prof. Keith Moffatt FRS, FRSE was an undergraduate student at Edinburgh 1953-1957, who subsequently was the Professor of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge, as well as Head of DAMTP and Director of the Newton Institute.
Grant Success: Lyuba Chumakova
Congratulations to Lyuba Chumakova who has been awarded a grant by the Leverhulme Trust.
Grant Success: Jacques Vanneste
Congratulations to Jacques Vanneste who has been awarded a NERC research grant.
New model demonstrates the effect of eddies on ocean current and climate
A recent article published in the Journal of Geophysical Research co-authored by James Maddison of the School of Mathematics proposes a new mathematical model for the impact of eddies on the Antarctic Circumpolar Current, the ...
Sjoerd de Ridder awarded the J. Clarence Karcher Award
Congratulations to our Whittaker Research Fellow for Industry, Sjoerd de Ridder who has been awarded the J. Clarence Karcher Award.
Nature Communications paper by Lyuba Chumakova
The paper Microtubule organization is determined by the shape of epithelial cells answers a long-standing question in cell biology, whether internal cellular structures (microtubulae cytoskeleton) control the shape of cells during ...
New research models the dispersion of pollutants in the streets of Manhattan
New research by Prof Jacques Vanneste of the School of Mathematics and Alexandra Tzella, formerly a postdoctoral researcher in the School and now a lecturer at the University of Birmingham, explains how pollutants would navigate streets in urban areas.