Postgraduate Researcher, Faculty of Science
Acheampong Edward is a four-year PhD Mathematics student at the School of Mathematical Sciences with an interdisciplinary research interests at the intersection of mathematics, engineering and computer science. He received his BSc. in Mathematics at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana. In 2006, he was awarded VLIR Scholarship to pursue his postgraduate studies at Hasselt University, Belgium where he received both Master of Statistics: Biostatistics and MSc. in Applied Statistics. Prior to coming to Nottingham University on the award of Leverhulme Doctoral Trust Fund for Modelling and Analytic for a Sustainable Society (MASS), he worked at the Methodist University College Ghana (MUCG) as a lecturer in statistics. His research focuses on mathematical modelling, statistical and uncertainty analysis of biological wastewater treatment processes with particularly focus on fate of emerging pollutants such as bioactive compounds.
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