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Research areas

Research in Applied Mathematics has changed dramatically over the past 30 years, with revolutionary developments in traditional areas, together with the emergence of exciting new areas. These changes have been triggered by the development of more powerful computers allowing researchers to address previously intractable problems, and developments in other fields which have led to new mathematical problems.

The department has strong research programs in:   

Researchers in our department are at the forefront of a number of exciting research areas. Here are some examples:

The following links give further examples of research conducted in the department: