Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Lewis Napper awarded a French Fellowship for a three-month visit to La Rochelle University

Lewis Napper has been awarded one of the Scientific High-level Visiting Fellowships (SSHN) issued by the Higher Education, Research, and Innovation (HERI) Department of the French Embassy in the UK, to undertake a research stay at a CNRS Laboratory in France. The scheme funds visits by UK-based postdoctoral researchers and PhD students who collaborate with the […]


Paper of Cesare Tronci on quantum-classical dynamics published in Journal of Nonlinear Science

The paper “Fluid models of mixed quantum-classical dynamics“, co-authored by Cesare Tronci and Francois Gay-Balmaz (ENS Paris & NTU Singapore), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Nonlinear Science. A final form preprint is available on the arXiV (link here). The main results of the paper are obtained by applying the fluid closure […]


Basile Curchod and Daniel Hollas from Bristol visit Cesare Tronci’s group for research interaction

On Friday (3 May),  Basile Curchod from Bristol University (Chemistry), and his postdoc Daniel Hollas visited the group of Cesare Tronci for an all-day research meeting. The Surrey team included Postdocs Paul Bergold and Delyan Zhelyazov. The discussions were especially focussed on Cesare‘s Leverhulme funded project on “Solute motion in complex fluids: mathematics and solvation dynamics“. The […]


Werner Bauer was a session convenor and presenter at EGU 2024 in Vienna funded by the IMA

Werner Bauer attended the European Geophysical Union 2024 General Assembly which was held in Vienna from 14-19 April. The EGU generally attracts over 15,000 onsite participants from over 100 countries as well has virtual participants. Werner was convenor of the session on “Advances in Numerical Earth System Modeling: Identifying Systematic Errors and Charting Innovative Approaches to Enhance […]


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