Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Michael Foskett passes PhD viva

Congratulations to Michael Foskett for passing his PhD viva on Wednesday 16 September! Michael’s thesis is entitled “Geometry of quantum hydrodynamics in theoretical chemistry“. The External Examiner was Klas Modin (Chalmers University, Sweden) and the Internal was Tom Bridges. The viva was chaired by Alessandro Torrielli. The project was supervised by Cesare Tronci, and his […]


Sergey Zelik speaks at virtual conference at Donghua University in Shanghai

Sergey Zelik is giving the opening talk at the International Video-workshop on Infinite Dimensional Dynamical Systems (link here), to be held 12-19 September at Dongua University in Shanghai, China. The conference will be broadcast on VooV (Chinese analogue of Zoom). Sergey‘s talk is on “Deterministic and random attractors for a wave equation with sign changing […]


Mathematical Criminology

The Centre for Criminology at the University of Surrey brings together criminological and mathematical expertise to conduct empirically robust and policy relevant research on crime and crime control. The Co-Directors are Prof Dave Lloyd (Mathematics) and Prof Ian Brunton-Smith (Sociology). Their website is here, their twitter feed is here, and this video gives an introduction […]


Dr Stefan Klus appointed to a Lectureship in Mathematics at Surrey

Dr Stefan Klus, fomerly of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the Freie University in Berlin, has been appointed Lecturer in Mathematics at Surrey, with effect from 15 July 2020. Stefan‘s research is in the areas of data driven model reduction, molecular dynamics, tensor decompositions, graph theory, and high performance computing. Further information, […]


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