Welcome to the homepage of Dr James Hook

Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Bath, UK.

Enjoying the sun in Pila, Italy.

Research Interetes: I work on applications of Tropical Mathematics in Numerical Linear Algebra as well as providing expertise in Data Science and Machine Learning to interdisciplinary projects with collaborators in Psychology, Chemical Engineering and Industry.

Bio: In 2012 I completed my PhD, titled "Topics in Dynamical Systems", supervised by Professor David Broomhead, at the University of Manchester, UK.

Following my PhD I held a one year EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship, "Smoothing non-smooth systems", at the University of Manchester, with project sponsor Professor Paul Glendining.

From 2013-2016 I was a PDRA with Professor Francoise Tisseur at the University of Manchester on the EPSRC grant EP/I005293 "Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems: Theory and Numerics".

From 2016-2018 I Institute for Mathematical Innovation (IMI) Prize Fellow at the University of Bath, UK.

In 2018 I took up my current position of Lecturer in the Depertment of Mathmatical Sciences at the University of Bath, UK.