Newest published article in Computational Materials Science (January 2019) on

  • Recent advances in the evolution of interfaces: thermodynamics, upscaling, and universality with highlights such as ``a concise account of Variational and systematic Non-equilibrium Thermodynamic formulations'', ``a promising Novel Theoretical-Computational Tool for the systematic and reliable effective description of multiphase flow in porous media and a wide range of applications'', ``Universality of Coarsening Rates which are independent of geometries of perforations''.
    A summary/graphical abstract is available here.

June 25-27, 2018: EPSRC funded Workshop on

New group members:

  • Alexandre Simon Exchange Research Student from France
    Project on Machine Learning
    in Summer 2018.
  • Jonathan Meyer ETP funded Research Student
    Industrial Project on Energy
    in 2018.
  • Dr. Selcuk Atalay started to work on the EPSRC funded project
    Transport and Reactions in Complex Heterogeneous Multiphase Systems
    in July 2017.
  • Ms. Jeta Molla will start her PhD project associated with the EPSRC fundend project
    Transport and Reactions in Complex Heterogeneous Multiphase Systems,
    in October 2017.

Most recent research results:

Available PhD projects:

  • Look at Analysis & Probability and Applied & Computational Mathematics for the following projects:

    (1) From Photosynthesis to Solar Cells: investigating new theoretical and computational directions

    (2) Modelling, Analysis, and Numerics for Stochastic Multiscale Systems

    (3) Quantum inspired mathematical formulation for decision-making: computing and algorithms

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