Scientific Computation is a vibrant research group with extensive expertise in numerical analysis, scientific computing, and mathematical modelling. Scientific computation and numerical analysis are concerned with the design and mathematical analysis of computational algorithms used within a variety of application areas, including engineering, physics, biology, chemistry, and finance.
Research areas include:
Students at the University of Nottingham can join our Student Chapter of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) for free.
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Other members of the School undertaking scientific computation work as part of their research include:
We are keen to create an environment which supports all staff members by providing:
Professor Michael Tretyakov
School of Mathematical Sciences
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