**We are looking for new PhD students, Postdocs, and Master students to join the team** (see openings) **!**

*Professor of Mathematics (since February 1, 2013) email: m.melgaard@sussex.ac.uk*

Subject Chair in Analysis and Partial Differential Equations

*Ph.D. student since October 2016 (Extension due to Covid19 pandemic) *

*Ph.D. student since January 2017 *

*Ph.D. student since May 2017. *

*Ph.D. student since April 2019. Awarded the Chancellor’s International Research Scholarship *

*Member of the group from 2015 to 2019, now an assistant manager at Deloitte (City of London) Role: Ph.D. student funded by EPSRC, University of Sussex, Great Britain.*

*Member of the group from 2008 to 2014. He works as a system developer at Saab, Stockholm, Sweden. Role: Ph.D. student, Uppsala University, Sweden.*

Jimmy co-authored 4 papers with Prof. Melgaard.

*Member of the group from 2008 to 2013. Frederic is a lecturer in Mathematics at the Institut Des Sciences, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Role: Ph.D. student, jointly Uppsala University, Sweden and Universite de Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.*

*Member of the group from 2009 to 2013, now a post-doctoral fellow at the Science Institute, University of Iceland. Role: Ph.D. student funded by SFI Research Frontier programme, Science Foundation Ireland, Dublin Institute of Technology, Repulic of Ireland.*

Carlos has co-authored 4 papers with Prof. Melgaard. He has held several post-doctoral positions since he earned his Ph.D. and his expertise includes analysis and PDEs, quantum chemistry, dynamical systems, numerical analysis, and scientific computing.

*Member of the group from 2005 to 2011. Role: Ph.D. student, Uppsala University, Sweden.*

Mattias has co-authored 4 papers with Prof. Melgaard. After he earned his Ph.D., he has worked in the private sector.

*Master student, University of Sussex, 2018. *

Mariana was awarded the Chancellor’s International Research Scholarship and she is currently pursuing her Ph.D. under Prof. Melgaard’s supervision.

*Master student, University of Sussex, 2016. *

*Master student, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland, 2013. *

Nigel did his MSc while he was in full-time employment. He is currently pursuing a PhD at Dublin Institute of Technology (once again part-time since he is working full-time). His research interests are Camassa-Holm equations.

*Master student, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2012. *

Ben Li went on to earn a PhD in Mathematics from Case Western Reserve University in 2018. He then joined Tel Aviv University as a postdoctral researcher. Ben works on convex geometry, Banach space theory, and their application to Quantum information theory.

*Master student, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2008. *

Stefan went on to achieve a Ph.D. in Scientific Computing from Uppsala University in 2013, with the thesis “Stochastic Simulation of Reaction-Diffusion Processes”, advised by Prof. Em. Per Lötstedt. He then went on to work as a postdoc in the lab of Prof. Linda Petzold at UCSB, until returning to Uppsala in August of 2017. His research interests include microscopic and mesoscopic modeling and simulation of reaction-diffusion systems, as well as multiscale modeling with the aim of accurately integrating the different scales. Today he is working as a Machine Learning Engineer at Scaleout (Uppsala, Sweden).

*Master student, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2008. *

Jimmy earned a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Uppsala University in 2014, with the thesis “Resonances for the Dirac operator”, advised by Prof. M. Melgaard. He works as a system developer at Saab, Stockholm, Sweden.

*Master student, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2005. *

As a spin-off of this MSc thesis, Tomas published a paper with Prof M. Melgaard entitled “On the maximal ionization for the atomic Pauli operator” (Proc. R. Soc. Lond. Ser. A Math. Phys. Eng. Sci. 2005). Subsequently, Tomas earned a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Uppsala University in 2009, with the thesis “Computer-aided Computation of Abelian Integrals and Robust Normal Forms”. He held several post-doctoral postions from 2010 to 2013 (e.g., spending 1 year at Cornell University) before he took up a position as Applied Researcher at the Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre for Industrial Mathematics, Gothenburg, Sweden. To date, he has published more than 20 papers, primarily on dynamical systems and ergodic theory, fluid mechanics and numerical analysis.

*Master student, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2004. *

Christophe earned a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Université Claude Bernard (Lyon) in 2009, with the thesis “Fluides autour d’obstacles minces”, advised by Dragos Iftimie. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at Institut Fourier, Université Grenoble Alpes. He has published more than 25 papers on mathematical fluid mechanics.

*Master student, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2004. *

Camille later earned a Ph.D. in Mathematics (Probability and Finance) from Université Pierre et Marie Curie. He works as a quantitative analyst at AXA Investment Managers, Paris, France.

*Master student, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2004. *

Aurélien went on to earn a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Université de Brest, France, in 2008, with the thesis “Contribution à l’étude d’équations de propagations de fronts locales et non-locales”, advised by Pierre Cardaliaguet. In his doctoral thesis he proves integral formulations of the eikonal equation, equivalent to the notion of viscosity solution in the framework of the set-theoretic approach to front propagation problems. He applies these integral formulations to investigate the regularity of the front.

Frederic Zongo, 2017, 2018

Meiyue Jiang, Peking University, 2015.

Wenming Zou, Tsinghua University, 2015

Daphne Gilbert, Spring 2014

M. D. Chan, 2018

C. O. Chikwendu, 2016

N. Orr, 2013

B. Li, 2012

S. Hellander, 2008

J. Kungsman, 2008

T. Johnson, 2005

C. Lacave, 2004

C. Illand, 2004

A. Monteillet, 2004

Ying Sung, 2019

Syazana M. Diaz, 2019

Richard Widdowson, 2017

Candice Curran, 2014

Hazhar Ghaderi, 2011

Samuel Edwards, 2011

Pär Mattsson, 2011