We aim to discuss the latest results and techniques in the asymptotic analysis of operators, differential equations and functionals, as well as its applications to mechanics, materials and wave propagation. The talk will usually focus on one or two aspects of a problem of current interest, and is meant to form the basis for an informal discussion during and after the talk. All welcome.

Next talk is by Yulia Ershova on 4 July 2016.

I am EPSRC Fellow and Reader in Mathematics

Here is a link to my 5-year EPSRC-supported project "Mathematical foundations of metamaterials: homogenisation, dissipation and operator theory"

I am always happy to talk to anyone looking for a PhD project. Here are some of the possible research topics.
Please feel free to email me at * K.Cherednichenko (at) bath.ac.uk* if you are interested.

My curriculum vitae (in PDF format) List of my publications (in PDF format) Brief research statement (in PDF format)

Shane Cooper, 2012--2013 (now EPSRC Research Fellow at the University of Bath)

Mikhail Cherdantsev, 2008--2010 (now Lecturer at Cardiff University)

James Evans (Cardiff University, 2012-2015), working on higher-order homogenisation for Maxwell equations and on homogenisation and spectral properties of periodic thin structures with high contrast

Matthew Lewis (Cardiff University, 2014-2017), working on eigenvalue problems for the nonlinear p-Laplace equation and its versions with rapidly oscillating coefficients (Supervised jointly with Karl Michael Schmidt)

Serena D'Onofrio (University of Bath, 2016-2020), working on new analytical techniques in homogenisation and scattering for composite media

Michel Bellieud (Université Montpellier 2), Richard Craster (Imperial), Alexander Kiselev (Kyiv), Karsten Matthies (Bath) Graeme Milton (Utah), Stefan Neukamm (TU Dresden), Luis Silva (UNAM), Valery Smyshlyaev (UCL), John Willis (Cambridge), Vasily Zhikov (Vladimir)

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**Employer:** Department of Mathematical Sciences,
University of Bath
**Job Title:** Reader in Mathematics
**Telephone:** +44 1225 38 6891

**E-mail Address:** K.Cherednichenko (at) bath.ac.uk

**Postal Address:**

Department of Mathematical Sciences

University of Bath

Claverton Down

Bath, BA2 7AY

United Kingdom

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