Applied Nonlinear Mathematics

The Applied Nonlinear Mathematics group primarily works at the interface between mathematics and real-world applications (with a few notable exceptions).

The idea that real-world challenges and mathematical theory can form a virtuous circle is a fundamental part of the philosophy of the group. A steady stream of problems from industry and society at large drives forward new mathematical theories and approaches. In turn, these new mathematics are used to generate novel solutions to the original problems. By operating in this way, the research of the ANM group remains highly relevant to the wider world.

Please visit the research page grid showing the relationship between application areas and the mathematical theories employed.

Head of Group

Professor John Hogan

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