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Kamran Pentland

I am a 2nd year student in the Mathsys II CDT studying for a PhD in Mathematics of Real-World Systems. My research interests span mathematical models that involve hybrid and multi-scale dynamics, stochastic processes, numerical integration, epidemiology and fluids mechanics. Any problem that requires the use of a mathematical model is of interest to me!

More specifically, my PhD project, supervised by Dr. Massimiliano TamborrinoLink opens in a new window and Dr. Tim SullivanLink opens in a new window, is focused on the development of probabilistic time-parallel numerical integration algorithms. These algorithms have the potential to provide numerical speed up for a wide range of initial value problems in areas from climate modelling to space weather. Our focus is on developing new time-parallel algorithms that can quantitatively account for their own numerical uncertainty by using ideas from the field of probabilistic numerics. The long term goal is to apply these algorithms to provide speed up for the simulation of nuclear magnetic fusion, in collaboration with our external partners Dr. Debasmita Samaddar, Dr. Lynton Appel, and Dr. James Buchanan at the Culham Centre for Fusion EnergyLink opens in a new window.

See the following pages for an overview of my research and teaching/outreach.


PhD Mathematics of Systems | University of Warwick (2020-Present)

MSc Mathematics of Systems | University of Warwick (2019-20)

MSc Mathematical Modelling | University College London (2018-19)

BSc Mathematics with Industrial Placement | University of Bath (2013-17)

  • Industrial placement year: Quantitative market risk analyst at at ConocoPhillips.

Kamran Pentland


kamran dot pentland at warwick dot ac dot uk

Office D1.13, Zeeman Building


LinkedIn: kamranpentland

GitHub: kpentland

Extracurricular Things
  • Playing football for Maths SFC at Warwick.
  • Very much into classic cinema and TV as well as fantasy novels.
  • Scuba diving (in warm climates!)
  • Snowboarding (in colder climates!)