## Hartmut Schwetlick / Teaching |

MA30063: Mathematical Biology 2

MA50200: MSc Project Scoping within MSc in Modern Applications of Mathematics

MA20218: Analysis 2A

MA10202: Modelling the dynamics of life 2

MA40203: Theory of Partial Differential Equations

MA50175: Topics in differential equations within MSc in Modern Applications of Mathematics

Director of Studies MSc in Mathematical Biology

MA40197: Advanced Mathematical Biology

MA40197: Mathematical Modelling in Ecology, Evolution and Epidemiology within MSc in Mathematical Biology

MA40045: Dynamical Systems

MA20013: Mathematical modelling & fluids

MA10208: Methods and Applications 1

XX20196: Process dynamics, modelling and control

XX20164: Mathematics 3 for Chemical Engineering (Numerical Methods & MATLAB)

MSc Mod. Appl. Math. : Matlab Introduction

MATLAB example

`bell.m`

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2017-18: Rohan Maini (MSc Mod. Appl. Math.) Travelling waves for Fisher-type equations

2016-17: Daniel Burrows (MSc Mod. Appl. Math.) Spectral Properties of the Fox-Li Operator, jointly with Industrial Partner

2016-17: Chris Davies (MSc Mod. Appl. Math.) On the Classification Hill profiles, jointly with Industrial Partner

2012-17: Kleio Petratou (PhD BBSRC SWDTP) Clonal analysis of neural crest stem cell development in vivo

2011-15: Alberto Lapedriza (PhD Biosciences/Math. Biol.) A systems biology approach to gene regulatory networks

2009-13: Daniel Sutton (Mathematical Sciences PhD) Microscopic Hamiltonian Systems and their effective description

2011-12: Elizabeth Gothard (MSc Math. Biol.) An analysis of gene content variation in a large sample of Staphylococcus aureus

2010-11: Nikolaos Psarros (MSc Math. Biol.) A Mixture of Defectors and Cooperators Can Enable Maximal Group Benefit

2010-11: Eleni Christodoulou (MSc Math. Biol.) Delay differential equations in modelling therapies for Diabetes

2009-10: Jenna Reps (MSc Math. Biol.) Investigating the complement system evasive strategies of Staphylococcus aureus

2008-09: Peter Farnall (MSc Math. Biol.) A Cellular Automaton modell for Tumour growth

2007-08: Stephen Raper (MSc Math. Biol.) A cellular automaton model of Xanthophore Migration in Zebrafish Embryos

2007-08: James Roberts (MSc Math. Biol.) Tumour angiogenesis in the brain

2005-07: Christine Venney (MSc Math. Sci.) Energy and shape of thin elastic sheets

2006-07: Patrick Cobb (Postgrad studies) Evolution equations in geometric analysis

2004-05: Susan Chen (MSc Mod. Appl. Math.) Numerical methods for Action at a distance Electrodynamics, jointly with Bristol based Industrial Partner

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Sep 2019 / Author : H. Schwetlick