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Faculty of Mathematics

 

Applied and computational analysis (ACA) is concerned with mathematical tools of broad applicability, e.g. ordinary and partial differential equations, nonlinear dynamical systems, integrable systems, numerical analysis, approximation theory, inverse problems and image analysis. While the approach is mathematical, the ultimate destination of these tools is to applications. This tension between the pure and the applied is at the core of different ACA themes.

Title Examinable Term Number of Lectures
Topics in Convex Optimisation Part III Examinable Michaelmas 16
Distribution Theory and Applications Part III Examinable Michaelmas 16
Inverse Problems in Imaging Part III Examinable Michaelmas 16
Boundary Value Problems for Linear PDEs Part III Examinable Michaelmas 16
Numerical Solution of Differential Equations Part III Examinable Lent 24
Introduction to Optimal Transport Part III Examinable Lent 24
Bayesian Inverse Problems Part III Examinable Lent 16
An Introductory Course on Non-Smooth Optimisation Part III Non-Examinable Lent 16
Mathematics of Image Reconstruction Graduate Non-Examinable Lent 16
Systems Biology Graduate Non-Examinable Easter 10

 

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