Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Paper of Naratip Santitissadeekorn published in the European Journal of Applied Mathematics

The paper “Parametric approach to promote a divergence-free flow in the image-based motion estimation with application to bioirrigation“, co-authored by Naratip Santitissadeekorn, Christof Meile (University of Georgia), Erik Bollt (Clarkson University), and George Waldbusser (Oregon State University), has been published in the European Journal of Applied Mathematics (open access, link here). In the paper, flow […]


New postdoc Delyan Zhelyazov joins project of Cesare Tronci on complex fluids

Delyan Zhelyazov joined mathematics this month, taking up a three-year position of Postdoctoral Research Assistant on the project of Cesare Tronci, funded by the Leverhulme Trust, on “Solute motion in complex fluids: mathematics and solvation dynamics” (link here). Delyan obtained a PhD in analysis of nonlinear PDEs at the University of L’Aquila in Italy. He […]


Anne Skeldon speaks the ERATO Joint UK-Japan Symposium at Oxford University

Anne Skeldon is an invited speaker at the ERATO UK-Japan Symposium on Circadian Rhythms and Sleep (link here). The meeting is virtual with live presentations broadcast from Oxford University, and takes place from 11-13 March. Anne‘s talk is on “Mathematical modelling of sleep and circadian rhythms and our interactions with society and the environment“. The […]


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 […]


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