Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Dorje Brody publishes article in “The Conversation” on his information-based model of human behaviour

The article “The mathematics of human behaviour: how my new model can spot liars and counter disinformation”, authored by Dorje Brody, has been published in “The Conversation” (link here). The article explains, for a general audience, the main ideas in Dorje‘s recent paper published in Frontiers in Psychology (link here). “The Conversation … is a […]

Amy Beaumont and Matthew Groom undertake EPSRC-supported UG summer research projects

Two undergraduate students, Amy Beaumont and Matthew Groom, have been awarded funding by EPSRC for summer research projects. Amy is working with Gianne Derks and David Lloyd on “Linear stability of spatially-periodic stationary patterns in a singularly perturbed reaction-diffusion system” and Matthew is working with Bin Cheng on “Application of Modern Graph Theory in Electrical […]

Paper of Michele Bartuccelli in honour of Stephen Gourley published in MBE

The paper “On the crest factor and its relevance in detecting turbulent behaviour in solutions of partial differential equations“, co-authored by Michele Bartuccelli and Guido Gentile (University of Rome III), has been published in a special issue, in honour of Stephen Gourley, of Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (MBE). A link to the published paper is […]

Josephine Solowiej-Wedderburn presents a poster at EMBL-IBEC Conference in Barcelona

Josephine Solowiej-Wedderburn was in Barcelona last week (8-10 June) to attend the EMBL-IBEC Conference on Engineering Multicellular Systems (conference webpage here). Josephine presented a poster on “Pulling on springs: Exploring feedback mechanisms in cellular mechanosensation” (shown in the image left below). The image on the right shows the view from the balcony outside the conference […]

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