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Dr David Barton | |

Post(s): | Lecturer, Department of Engineering Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | I have a broad range of research interests across the field of applied mathematics, but I focus particularly on engineering... |

Keywords: | mathematical modelling | dynamics of nonlinear systems | systems with delay | numerical methods for dynamical systems |

Professor Peter Green | |

Post(s): | Professorial Research Fellow, School of Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | I am a statistical scientist, principally interested in modelling complex stochastic systems - I work both with specific... |

Keywords: | mathematical modelling | stochastic systems | statistical methodology | Bayesian modelling | graphical models |

Professor Andrew Hogg | |

Post(s): | Professor of Fluid Mechanics, School of Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | I am interested in the dynamics of fluid motion applied to geophysical and environmental situations, with a particular emphasis... |

Keywords: | fluid motion | two-phase flows | sediment transport | erosional flows | mathematical modelling |

Dr Chris Kent | |

Post(s): | Senior Lecturer, School of Experimental Psychology |

Areas of expertise: | My general research interest is in perceptual cognition, with a special interest in the time course of cognition. More specifically,... |

Keywords: | mathematical modelling | categorisation | time course of cognition | memory | object recognition | absolute identification | inverse base-rate effect | encoding-retrieval interaction |

Dr Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova | |

Post(s): | Research Associate in Clinical Sciences, School of Clinical Sciences |

Areas of expertise: | The area of my research is mathematical biology. My current research focuses on problems of mathematical neuroscience. In... |

Keywords: | mathematical biology | theoretical neuroscience | mathematical modelling | dynamical systems | bifurcation analysis | coupled nonlinear oscillators |

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