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Doctor Andrew Burbanks

Studies of superfluidity in liquid Helium

Profile

I am a researcher in the Nonlinear & Complex Systems Group and Research Coordinator for the Department of Mathematics. MORE

A Julia Set; a geometric shape from Dynamical Systems Theory

Research

My research is focussed on Dynamical Systems. In particular, on transport phenomena. MORE

A Space filling curve

Teaching

My teaching is at present focussed on Financial Mathematics and Computational Mathematics. MORE

A simulation of a cluster of interacting particles

Public Engagement

Over several years, I have been involved in a variety of projects on public engagement with Science. MORE 

Doctor Andrew Burbanks

Doctor Andrew Burbanks

Doctor Andrew Burbanks, Principal Lecturer
Department of Mathematics
University of Portsmouth
andrew.burbanks@port.ac.uk
Profile

Profile

I am a Principal Lecturer in Mathematics and an Associate Member of the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation at the University of Portsmouth in the UK. (more)
Research

Research

My main research interests are in the area of Dynamical Systems, in particular transport in Hamiltonian systems and universal phenomena. (more)
Teaching

Teaching

My main teaching responsibilities at present include Final Year undergraduate courses in Pricing Financial Derivatives and Mathematical Programming. (more)
Public Engagement

Public Engagement

I have been involved in several successful projects on the interface between science and public understanding, including the Mathematics Posters on the London Underground project in 2000. (more)
Department of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Portsmouth undertakes fundamental research in the mathematical sciences. Together with the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation (ICG), Applied Mathematics at Portsmouth gained the joint highest 3*+4* grade in the UK in the RAE 2008. (more)

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