Current and recent grants held by members of the Applied and Computational Mathematics group
The following is a list of current and recent grants held by members of the Applied and Computational Mathematics group:
- The emergence of evolution - foundational questions in evolutionary biology (£109K, National Philanthropic Trust, 2013-2014).
- Leaky troposphere - improving reduced atmospheric models (£272K, RSE/Scottish government personal research fellowship, 2014-2019).
- Dynamic Self-Organization of Stochastic Intracellular Transport (£234K, Leverhulme Trust, 2017-2019)
- Statistical mechanics of soft matter: Derivation, analysis and implementation of dynamic density functional theories (£379K, EPSRC, 2014-2017).
- Data-Driven Coarse-Graining using Space-Time Diffusion Maps (£305, EPSRC, 2017-2020);
- RULE - Rule-based modelling (£2.1M, ERC Advanced Grant, 2013-2018);
- ExTASY: Extensible Tools for Advanced Sampling and analYsis (£551M, EPSRC/NSF, 2013-2016);
- NAIS (£3.7M EPSRC and £290K SFC, 2009-2014).
- GEOMETRIC: Geometry and Energetics of Ocean Mesoscale Eddies and Their Representation in Climate models (£461K, NERC, 2017-2020);
- Implementation and optimisation of geostrophic eddy parameterisations in ocean circulation models (£287K, NERC, 2014-2017);
- Parallel supermeshing for multimesh modelling (ARCHER embedded CSE, 2015-2016).
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- Special functions: next steps for the DLMF (£102K, NIST, 2012-2015).
- Rigorous and Presentable Asymptotics for Special Functions and Orthogonal Polynomials(£430K, NIST, 2015-220).
- Fast Solvers for Real-World PDE-Constrained Optimization (£251k, EPSRC, 2015-2017).
- The nature of gene expression: model selection and parameter inference (£130k, The Leverhulme Trust, 2015-2018).
- Trajectory control of nonlinear beams in liquid crystals (£12K, Royal Society, 2012-2014).
- NSFGEO-NERC: Stimulated Loss of Balance (£212K, NERC, 2017-2020);
- High-resolution mapping of near-inertial waves in the ocean (£366K, NERC, 2012-2015);
- Passive scalars in complex fluid flows: variability and extreme events (£393K, EPSRC, 2011-2014).
- Stochastic dynamical systems in Biology: Numerical method and applications (£247K, 6-month program at the Newton Institute, January 2016-June 2016).
- Simons Visiting Fellowship (Newton Institute, University of Cambridge £2.5K).