We are active in the general mathematical areas of Nonlinear, Statistical and Computational Physics (NSCP).
We have previously published on a wide variety of topics: reacting fluids, superfluids, incompressible flows,
plasmas, colloidal suspensions and polymer solutions. We constantly
seek for opportunities to extend our research into new, exciting NSCP areas, in particular those that combine fundamental theoretical insights with great societal and economic impact.
Nonlinear, Statistical & Computational Physics (NSCP)
Research Animations: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPbGsgRHUUDlKOO2pVmIb7A
Research Talks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPbGsgRHUUDlKOO2pVmIb7A/playlists
Aachen (PhD), Cambridge (MASt), Stanford (MSc), Thessaloniki (MEng)
California Institute of Technology, University of California Santa Barbara, Imperial College London, University of Newcastle, Aalto University
- Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP - University of Strathclyde) | Milne, Andrew
- Jorge, Miguel (Principal Investigator) Kivotides, Demosthenes (Co-investigator) Milne, Andrew (Research Co-investigator)
- 01-Jan-2015 - 30-Jan-2020
Chemical and Process Engineering
James Weir Building
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