H L Wragg
Dept of Mathematical Sciences
University of Bath
Applied mathematician using mathematical models to simulate ultra-high frequency wave propagation. Concentrating on modelling wifi propagation within a domestic indoor environment.
Currently looking at the method of geometric optics and adapting this to account for general domains. This will then be used to optimise antenna considerations using linear optimisation methods.
Partial differential equations and their numerical methods
Computational methods for mathematics
Wave propagation modeling
Mathematics applied to engineering
The industrial maths research group meets weekly in Bath giving regular updates on everyones work and featuring presentations from groups members and visitors.
Social Media highlights:
Today I ended up having a lengthy conversation with people in the gym who had no idea it's not just lecturers on strike and they wouldn't get paid. They were pretty supportive when I explained what we are fighting for. Keep the conversations happening and show support. pic.twitter.com/hX5WKyoQPW
Industrial visits always shock me by the low numbers of women to men. So day 1 I'm shouting out to my mum. Showing me maths was cool before I knew what maths was. Finished her degree whilst bringing up tiny humans and she's an expert in her field. #womeninstem day 1 #stemwomenpic.twitter.com/hOrePTBKmJ
The University of Sussex inspired me to follow my passion for Mathematics.
I was fortunate enough to benefit from the university Junior Research Associate scheme.
I recommend the scheme to any undergraduates looking to get an insight into a research career. The two placements I did allowed me to investigate
a new area of mathematics without the distraction of assessment. In this time I developed a love mathematics and in particular mathematical research.
SciCADE the International Conference on Scientific Computation and Differential Equations 2019
I am on of the PGR UCU reps for the Univeristy of Bath branch of UCU.
PhD students can join the union for free, for more information contact me or look here
I am part of an outreach group at the University of Bath called the Bathematicians.
We run workshops in Probability and Cryptography at schools and at the university. The group is currently working on developing new materials and workshops,
for any queries please contact Tamsin Smith