Filip Rindler (PI)
Filip is an Associate Professor in Mathematics at the University of Warwick and a Turing Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. After completing his doctorate at the University of Oxford and two years as a postdoc (JRF) at Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge, he joined Warwick in 2013. He is mostly interested in the calculus of variations and the theory of PDEs, often at the intersection with geometric measure theory and harmonic analysis. Warwick Website.
David K. E. Green (Postdoc ATI)
David completed undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering and Computer Science followed by a doctorate at the University of New South Wales. As well as academic work, David has extensive industry experience working on all aspects of large-scale Civil Engineering projects. David’s research investigates how artificial intelligence and machine learning can be combined with statistical modelling, probabilistic analysis and numerical methods for engineering applications.
Kamil Kosiba (PhD student MASDOC/EPSRC)
Prior to joining a MASDOC PhD programme at the University of Warwick, Kamil had completed his BSc and MSc at the Warsaw University of Technology. He is mainly interested in the study of variational problems arising in the material science, but also in general nonlinear partial differential equations.
Adolfo Arroyo-Rabasa (Leipzig)
Guido De Philippis (SISSA Trieste)
Francesco Ghiraldin (Basel)
Saul Jacka (Warwick)
Jan Kristensen (Oxford)
Aleksandar Mijatovic (KCL)
Giles W. Shaw (Reading)
Matthew Thorpe (Cambridge)