Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Frédéric Dias visits from École Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay for breaking water wave project

Frédéric Dias, a Professor at École Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay, visited mathematics yesterday (11 March). He interacted with Tom Bridges and Matt Turner as part of the water wave project which is developing a theory for breaking waves. The team met up online with PhD student Ayoub Mansor, and they discussed the latest results and plans […]

Paper of Jon Bevan on Hadamard’s inequality in the mean published in Nonlinear Analysis

The paper “Hadamard’s inequality in the mean“, co-authored by Jonathan Bevan, Martin Kružík (Czech Academy of Sciences) and Jan Valdman (Johannes Kepler University Linz), has been accepted for publication in Nonlinear Analysis. The final form arXiv version can be found here. The first screenshot below shows the abstract, and the second image shows Figure 5.5 […]

Paper of Napper, Roulstone and Wolf on Monge-Ampère geometry and vortices published in Nonlinearity

The paper “Monge-Ampère geometry and vortices“, co-authored by Lewis Napper, Ian Roulstone, Vladimir Rubtsov (University of Angiers) and Martin Wolf, has been published in Nonlinearity, with open access (link here). The paper introduces a new approach to Monge–Ampère geometry based on techniques from higher symplectic geometry. The work is motivated by the application of Monge–Ampère […]

Carina Dunlop is on the organising committee for an online festival week celebrating modelling in cell biology

Carina Dunlop is on the organising committee for the online ‘festival week’ celebrating research in modelling in cell and developmental biology. It takes place during the week 18-22 March. Each day there is a session with talks from early career researchers and finishing with a plenary from an experienced researcher focusing on some broader aspect […]

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