One of the world's most eminent oceanographers, Trevor McDougall, has been appointed as Professor of Applied Mathematics in the School of Mathematics and Statistics.

Professor McDougall, who will commence with the School on Monday 30 April, is one of the world's leading research mathematicians on Ocean Mixing Processes.

He was recently made a Fellow of the Royal Society of London in recognition of his research, and is also the first Australian recipient of the Prince Albert I Medal, awarded in 2011 by the International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans.  

Professor McDougall's appointment has received media attention in The Australian and on the UNSW Newsroom site. 

We look forward to welcoming Professor McDougall to the School.