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Professor Bertram Düring

  Bertram Düring

Bertram Düring

Professor of Mathematics
Director of Graduate Studies

Office: C1.19
Phone: +44 (0)24 76XX XXXX
Email: Bertram.During@warwick.ac.uk

 

Teaching Responsibilities 2022/23:

Term 2: MA908 Partial Differential Equations in Finance

Research Interests: applied and computational partial differential equations: modelling, analysis, numerical analysis and optimal control, with a particular interest in applications from finance and socio-economics


Personal Homepage: homepages.warwick.ac.uk/staff/Bertram.During

Most relevant recent publications:

Workshops/conferences/seminars:

  • Invited participant in Frontiers in kinetic theory: connecting microscopic to macroscopic scales – KineCon 2022 programme, 4 January–24 June 2022, Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge
  • Speaker at workshop Frontiers in numerical analysis of kinetic equations, 23–27 May 2022, Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge
  • Speaker at workshop Contemporary trends in kinetic theory and nonlinear PDEs, 11–12 July 2022, Pavia, Italy
  • Speaker in minisymposium Structure preserving methods for evolution equations, Equadiff 15, 11–15 July 2022, Brno, Czech Republic
  • Speaker at BIRS-CMO workshop Kinetic Equations: Recent Developments and Novel Applications, 30 October–4 November 2022, Casa Matemática Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico
  • Co-organiser of minisymposium Many-agent systems and mean-field models for socio-economic and life sciences dynamics at 10th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 2023), 20–25 August 2023, Tokyo, Japan

  • Speaker at workshop Gradient flows face-to-face 3, 11–14 September 2023, Lyon, France

Recent research grants:

  • Royal Society International Exchanges Kinetic opinion formation models for digital societies (Co-I, PI: M.-T. Wolfram), 03/2022–03/2024
  • Travel grant LMS-8ECM, financed by London Mathematical Society, 03/2021
  • Novel discretisations for higher-order nonlinear PDE, Research Project Grant by The Leverhulme Trust (principal investigator), 09/2015–08/2019