Honours student presentations
Our Honours students in Applied Mathematics will present their projects on Monday 15 November (9am – 12pm) and Tuesday 16th of November (10am-12pm and 3.00-5:30pm). See below for the Monday session.
10:00am: Jack Buckley, "Target Detection by Kelvin Wake Fingerprinting".
10:20: Matt Pudig, "The Impact of Oscillatory Forcing on Ocean Heat Uptake".
10:40: Kaia Reynolds-Erler, "Oceanographic Modelling: impact of changes in Westerlies on ocean circulation".
11:00: Stuart-James Burney, "Particle-Based Simulations Produce Spatiotemporal Patterns in Static and Growing Escherichia Coli Cells".
11:20: William Du, "Modelling Lateral Diffusion on Cell Surfaces".
11:40: Yuan Yuan Wang, "Application of the classical Moutard transformation to surfaces of constant negative Gaussian curvature".
3:20pm: Kabir Agrawal, "Waves generated by moving bodies in two dimensions".
3:40: Josef Bisits, "Passive tracer mixing along isopycnal surfaces in turbulent flows".
4:20: Ming Hao, "Laminar Flow in Channels with Porous Walls - with slip boundary conditions".
4:40: Lesley Gao, "Pattern Formation in Fractional Order Dynamical Systems".
5:00: Bruce Cable, "Pseudorandom Properties of the Subset Maps and Markoff Hash Function".
Via Zoom: https://unsw.zoom.us/j/5850108660