# A-Z of Current Research Projects

#### A

- Assessing Future Computer Requirements using Application Performance Modelling
Fundamentals Research Group

Royal Society Industry Fellowship

Department of Computer Science

#### C

- Charge dynamics in soft materials
Quantum Simulations Research Group

Charge Transport in Organic Semiconductors

Professor Alessando Troisi

Troisi research group

Department of Chemistry- Computational MHD
Computational Engineering and Fluids

Computational MHD Group

Centre for Fusion, Space and Astrophysics

Department of Physics- Computational Mathematics
Computational Mathematics Group

Mathematics Institute- Computational PDEs: Interfaces and Free Boundaries
Fundamentals Research Group.

Professor Charlie ElliotMathematics Institute- Crystal nucleation and growth
Molecular Dynamics and Modelling Research Group

In collaboration withDept of Physics and CSCDr Alessandro Troisi

Department of Chemistry and CSC

#### D

- Data Assimilation
Fundamentals Research Group

Professor Andrew Stuart

Professor of Maths

Mathematics Institute- Disordered quantum systems
Monte Carlo and Stochastic Methods Research Group and Quantum Simulations Research Group

Disordered Quantum Systems (DisQS) Group

Theoretical Physics

Department of Physics

#### E

Computation of Living Systems Research Group

Professor Chalie Elliott

Professor of Mathematics

Mathematics Institute- Electronic Transport in DNA
Computation of Living Systems Research Group

Electronic transport in DNA - the disorder perspective

D Klosta, R A Romer, M S Turner, P Taylor

Theoretical Physics

Department of Physics

#### F

- Flow Control
Computational Engineering and Fluids

Project: Computational Fluid Dynamics for Turbulent Flow

Flow Control GroupAssociate Professor In Mechanical EngineeringSchool of Engineering and Centre for Scientific Computing- Fluid-structure interaction
Fundamentals Research Group

Project: Computer Simulation of gas flow in the Human Lung

Dr Yongmann M Chung

Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering

School of Engineering and Centre for Scientific Computing

#### H

- High Performance Hardware/Software Performance Prediction and Evaluation
Fundamentals Research Group

High Performance Scientific Computing Laboratory

Department of Computer Science

#### L

- Large Scale Peer-to-Peer System Modelling
Fundamentals Research Group

Peer-to-Peer Systems and Sensor Networks (branch of High Performance Systems Group)

Department of Computer Science

#### M

- Molecular simulation
Monte Carlo and Stochastic Methods Research Group

Molecular Simulation Group

Theoretical PhysicsDepartment of Physics

#### N

- Numerical Approximation of Stochastic Differential Equations
Fundamentals Research Group

Professor Andrew Stuart

Professor of Maths

Mathematics Institute

#### P

- Parameter Estimation for Stochastic Differential Equations
Fundamentals Research Group

Professor Andrew Stuart

Professor of Maths

Mathematics Institute- Pattern formation and reaction-diffusion equations
Fundamentals Research Group

Professor Dwight Barkley

Professor of Mathematics

Mathematics Institute- Phase behaviour of model systems
Monte Carlo and Stochastic Methods

Phase behaviour in novel and nanoscale systems

David Quigley research group

Centre for Scientific Computing

#### S

- Simulations of peptides binding to inorganic surfaces
Molecular Dynamics and Modelling Research Group

Rebecca Notman Group

Department of Chemistry- Solar MHD simulations
Computational Engineering and Fluids Research Group

Solar MHD simulations

Centre for Fusion, Space and Astrophysics

Department of Physics- Structure, Dynamics and Reactivity of Transition Metal Nanoclusters
Quantum Simulations Research Group

Metal Nanoclusters research group

Science cross-fac research with Departments of Chemistry and Physics- Stucture and dynamics of organic semiconductors
Molecular Dynamics and Modelling Research Group

Charge Transport in Organic Semiconductors

Alessandro Troisi Group

Department of Chemistry

#### T

- The Biological Interface with Materials
Molecular Dynamics and Modelling Research Group

MIB (Interface between Materials and Biology)

MIB is a major research collaboration set up in 2010 involving 7 Universities in the UK and Denmark as primary members and strong links to 5 Universities and 4 industrial partners in 5 countries.

The purpose of the project is to understand the way the conjunction of hard and soft materials (*e.g.*membranes with calcite) in nature leads to materials with remarkable properties.- Turbulence
Computational Engineering and Fluids Research Group

The Turbulence Group

Mathematics Institute