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Dr Björn Stinner

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Dr Björn Stinner

Associate Professor

Office: C2.30
Phone: +44 (0)24 7615 0261
Email: Bjorn dot Stinner at warwick dot ac dot uk

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Office hours: Tue 13:30-14:30 (Term 1 2022/23)

PhD position available! 

The project's topic is a haemodynamic problem in health care, its aim is to develop a software tool to inform clinical decisions.
Based in Engineering, you work in a multidisciplinary team and study artificial intelligence (AI) tools to extract geometric data from images and use them then to perform numerical blood flow simulations, thus enriching the patient-specific image data and enabling better predictions.
Desired start is as soon as possible from Oct 2022.

More information soon, if you are interested then feel free to get in touch already!

Teaching Responsibilities 2022/23:

Term 1: MA146 Methods of Mathematical Modelling 1Link opens in a new window

Term 2: MA250 Introduction to Partial Differential EquationsLink opens in a new window

Terms 1,2,3: MA926 Speaking with StyleLink opens in a new window

Research Interests:
Free Boundary Problems and PDEs on Manifolds,
Finite Element Methods and their Numerical Analysis,
Continuum Modelling, particularly based on the Phase Field Methodology,
Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations


 

Selected recent publications:

Computation of two-phase biomembranes with phase dependent material parameters using surface finite elements
(with C. Elliott), Commun. Comput. Phys. 13 (2013), 325--360.

Modelling cell motility and chemotaxis with evolving surface fintie elements (with C. Elliott, C. Venkataraman), J. Roy. Soc. Interface 9 (2012), 3027--3044.

Modeling and computation of two phase geometric biomembranes using surface finite elements (with C. Elliott), J. Comp. Phys. 229 (2010), 6585--6612.

A surface phase field model for two-phase biological membranes (with C. Elliott), SIAM J. Appl. Math. 70 (2010), 2904--2928.