In Abstract launches
A new website, which highlights the University's world class research, has launched!
A new website has been launched by the Faculty of Science and Engineering in order to highlight the Faculty's newest research findings.
The website, called In Abstract, selects the latest journal papers from every part of the Faculty of Science and Engineering and highlights each on its own dedicated page. The page also includes full details of authors, publication details, a link to read te full paper, as well as (of course!) an abstract of the paper.
Indeed, three journal papers written by some of our School of Mathematics staff have been selected to be part of the latest edition of In Abstract:
- 'A Potential Layer of Meteorites Below the Ice Surface of Antarctica', Geoff Evatt
- 'Near-Optimal Perfectly Matched Layers for Indefinite Helmholtz Problems', Stefan Guettel
- 'Asymmetric Breaking Size-segregation Waves in Dense Granular Free-surface Flows', Parmesh Gajjar, Chris Johnson and Nico Gray
New editions of In Abstract will be produced several times a year.
In Abstract can be found on the Faculty of Science and Engineering website.