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Mathematics

Computational Mathematics is important throughout the Department, with Scientific Computing playing a growing role on the Applied side.

Current strengths in Scientific Computing are PDEs, in particular reaction-diffusion equations, fluid instabilities, mathematical biology, variational problems and multi-scale phenomena, and in molecular simulations; there is also related work in the analysis of algorithms or PDEs, interacting particles and stochastic processes.  In algebra, computational tools play an important role, with active research in computational groups and computational geometry.

The following individuals have research programmes which involve a substantial computational component.

CSC contact

Other Academic Staff

Dr. Markus Kirkilionis
Mathematics Institute &
Centre For Scientific Computing University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
England
Tel:- +44 (0)24 7652 4849
Fax:- +44 (0)24 7652 4182
e-Mail:- mak@maths.warwick.ac.uk

Dwight Barkley
Nigel Burroughs
David Epstein
Derek Holt
Robert MacKay
Petr Plechac
David Rand
Andrew Stuart
Robert Kerr
Matt Keeling