Daniel Colquitt - Applied Maths
Daniel Colquitt is Lecturer in Applied Mathematics. His primary research interests lie in the study of dynamical problems across a broad range of multi-scale physical systems; this includes homogenisation, cloaking, fracture, wave propagation, and localisation in solid mechanics, electromagnetism, acoustics, fluid mechanics, and geophysics. He has also recently begun to study new mechanisms, using graded arrays of sub-wavelength resonators, for the mode conversion of waves in multi-physics systems.
Expression of Interest by email
31st January 2019
17th May 2019
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June 2019 - March 2020