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Network modelling of two-phase flow through porous medium

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0094

Supervisor: Anatoliv Vorobev

Email: A.Vorobev@soton.ac.uk

Faculty: FEE

Research Group: Energy Technology

Co-supervisor:

Email:

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Fluid Dynamics, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Computer Science, Software Engineering




Hydrodynamics of sorption

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0095

Supervisor: Anatoliy Vorobev

Research Group: Energy Technology Research Group

Co-supervisor:

Email:

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Fluid Dynamics, Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering




Vibration enhancement of miscible flows

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0096

Supervisor: Anatoliy Vorobev

Research Group: Energy Technology Research Group

Co-supervisor:

Email:

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Fluid Dynamics, Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering




Toward an identification of the Nature of Dark Matter (DM) with numerical simulations

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0097

Supervisor: Pasquale Di Bari

Research Group: High Energy Physics

Co-supervisor: Francesco Shankar

Email:

Research Group: High Energy Physics

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Physics, Astrophysics, Computer Science, Fluid Dynamics




Developing the next generation of large-scale quantum chemistry simulations

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0099

Supervisor: Chris-Kriton Skylaris (90%)

Research Group: Computational systems Chemistry

Co-supervisor: Syma Khalid (10%)

Email:

Research Group: Computational systems Chemistry

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Computer Science, Energy, Materials Science, Software Engineering




New methods for drug design based on large-scale first principles quantum mechanics

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0100

Supervisor: Chris-Kriton Skylaris (80%)

Research Group: Computational systems Chemistry

Co-supervisor: Jon Essex (20%)

Email:

Research Group: Computational systems Chemistry

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Computer Science, Energy, Materials Science, Software Engineering




Greens function modelling of optically active nanoparticles embedded in soft matter

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0101

Supervisor: Giampaolo DAlessandro (Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics)

Research Group: Soft Photonics Systems

Co-supervisor: Malgosia Kaczmarek (Physics & Astronomy, Quantum Light & Matter)

Email:

Research Group: Soft Photonics Systems

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Materials Science, Software Engineering




Data Integration of omic data using Differential Bayesian Networks

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0102

Supervisor: Faisal I Rezwan (Medicine)

Faculty: Faculty of Medicine

Research Group: Genomic and Epigenomic Bioinformatics

Co-supervisor: Ruben Sanchez-Garcia (Maths) Antony Overstall (Maths)

Email:

Faculty: FSHM

Academic Unit: School of Mathematics

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Bioinformatics, Computer Science, Health sciences




Understanding the early universe using simulations of Lattice Quantum Field Theory

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0103

Supervisor: Andreas Jüttner (P&A, FPSE), Kostas Skenderis (P&A, FPSE and Maths, FSHM)

Faculty: FPSE

Academic Unit: Physics and Astronomy

Research Group: High Energy Physics

Co-supervisor: Kostas Skenderis

Email:

Faculty: FPSE / FSHM

Academic Unit: Physics and Astronomy / Mathematics

Research Group: High Energy Physics

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Computer Science, Particle Physics, Computational Physics, Software Engineering




Sensitivity of turbulent flow to wall roughness approach based on invariant solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0104

Supervisor: Davide Lasagna

Faculty: FEE

Academic Unit: AACE

Research Group: Aerodynamics and Flight Mechanics

Co-supervisor: Ati Sharma

Email:

Faculty: FEE

Academic Unit: Engineering Sciences

Research Group: Aerodynamics and Flight Mechanics

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Aeronautical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Mechanical Engineering




Theoretical and computational peridynamics for fracture of materials and structures

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0105

Supervisor: Georges Limbert,

Faculty: FEE

Academic Unit: Engineering Sciences

Research Group: nCATS

Co-supervisor: Ajit Shenoi

Email:

Faculty: FEE

Academic Unit: Ship Science

Research Group: FSI-SMMI

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Civil and Structural Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Structural Biology




A symbolic-numeric integrative modelling framework for skin biophysics

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0106

Supervisor: Georges Limbert, Engineering Sciences, nCATS

Research Group: nCATS

Co-supervisor: Fabrice Pierron, Engineering Sciences, Engineering Materials

Email:

Research Group: nCATS

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Structural Biology




Towards Decoding Fundamental Theory of Nature at the LHC

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0107

Supervisor: Prof. Alexander Belyaev

Faculty: FPSE

Academic Unit: Physics

Research Group: Southampton High Energy Physics group

Co-supervisor: Prof. Stefano Moretti

Email:

Faculty: FPSE

Academic Unit: Physics

Research Group: Southampton High Energy Physics group

Research Area: Other

Keywords: Computer Science, Computational Physics, Computational Modelling, Collider Particle Physics, Data Analysis, Software Engineering




Generalised asymptotic numerical methods for surface instability problems in biological systems

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0108

Supervisor: Georges Limbert

Faculty: FEE

Academic Unit: Engineering Sciences

Research Group: nCATS

Co-supervisor: Bram Sengers

Email:

Faculty: FEE

Academic Unit: Engineering Sciences

Research Group: nCATS

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics,Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Structural Biology




Design and optimisation of bio-inspired programmable surfaces with active materials

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0109

Supervisor: Georges Limbert

Faculty: FEE

Academic Unit: Engineering Sciences

Research Group: nCATS

Co-supervisor: Shoufeng Yang

Email:

Faculty: FEE

Academic Unit: Engineering Sciences

Research Group: nCATS

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Civil and Structural Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Structural Biology




Computational modelling of microstructure fibre draws

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0111

Supervisor: John Shrimpton

Faculty: FEE

Academic Unit: ACE

Research Group: Aerodynamics and Flight Mechanics

Co-supervisor: Gregory Jasion

Email:

Faculty: FPSE

Academic Unit: ORC

Research Group: Microstructured Optical Fibres

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Fluid Dynamics, Materials Science, Software Engineering




Simulations of reactions in high energy materials

Available: Yes

Project Ref: NGCM-0112

Supervisor: Prof Chris-Kriton Skylaris (90%)

Academic Unit: Chemistry

Research Group: Computational systems Chemistry

Co-supervisor: Prof Graeme Day (10%)

Email:

Academic Unit: Chemistry

Research Group: Computational systems Chemistry

Research Area: Computational Engineering

Keywords: Computer Science, Energy, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering



More projects are in preparation. If you have a project proposal or query whether a project in a particular area can be offered, please get in touch.