Dr. Edward Hall

Technical Project Manager for AeroTraNet 2.

Contact Details

Michael Atiyah Building
University of Leicester
Leicester
LE2 7RH
0116 252 5470
eh171@le.ac.uk

Edward Hall

Biography

Edward studied for a BSc and MSc in Mathematics at the University of Bath, before completing a PhD in Numerical Analysis at the University of Leicester in 2007, where he researched error estimation and anisotropic mesh refinement techniques for discontinuous Galerkin methods. A postdoc at the University of Nottingham followed, incorporating work on both incompressible/compressible fluid flows and the Boltzmann Neutron Transport Equation. In 2009 he was appointed as a temporary lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Nottingham, where he stayed until joining the Dept. of Engineering at the University of Leicester, in the role of Technical Project Manager for AeroTraNet 2 in September 2013.

 

Research Interests

  • Numerical Solution of Partial DIfferential Equations
  • Finite Element Methods & Discontinous Galerkin Methods
  • A Priori & A Posteriori Error Estimation
  • hp-Refinement Strategies
  • Anisotropic Mesh Refinement
  • Eigenvalue & Bifurcation Analysis
  • Application of the above to Compressible/Incompresible Fluid Flows

 

Publications

  • See here for a list of publications

Software

  • I am a develeper of the AptoFEM software library, please see here for further details

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