Geometric and algebraic techniques for differential equations
With modelling applications
Professor Philip Broadbridge
Professor, College of Science, Health and Engineering
Professor Geoff Prince
Adjunct Professor, College of Science, Health and Engineering
Differential equations describe a wealth of phenomena in physics, environmental mechanics, biology and finance, wherever measurable quantities are continuously variable in space or time. Solutions of the equations are capable of predicting a wide range of behaviours, including periodicity, chaos, coherence, extinction, blow-up and bifurcation.
This group has worked on geometric and algebraic methods for solving and analysing ordinary and partial differential equations, as well as applications to mathematical physics and hydrology.