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University of Oxford
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Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
A heat and mass transfer study of coffee bean roasting
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer volume 104 page 787-799 (1 January 2017)
Computational modelling of placental amino acid transfer as an integrated system.
Biochimica et biophysica acta issue 7 Pt A volume 1858 page 1451-1461 (July 2016)
Solidification of silicon in a one-dimensional slab and a two-dimensional wedge
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer volume 98 page 530-540 (1 July 2016)
Extracellular Matrix Deposition in Engineered Micromass Cartilage Pellet Cultures: Measurements and Modelling.
PloS one issue 2 volume 11 page e0147302- (January 2016)
A two-phase model for evaporating solvent-polymer mixtures
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics issue 4 volume 76 page 1711-1736 (1 January 2016)
Professor Colin Please works on the mathematical modelling of physical phenomena arising in practical problems and interpreting the results
into the original context His research takes place at the interface ofmathematics with other disciplines primarily engineering, and bio-science. He develops mathematical models primarily using partial differential equations employing asymptotic methods and numerical methods to understand the resulting behaviour. He has a particular longstanding interest in Mathematics with Industry Study Groups (www.maths-with-industry.com) which are very active in the UK with rapidly growing similar activities internationally. These Study Groups bring academic mathematicians together with practitioners in
industry to identify methods for modelling their technical problems arising in industrial manufacturing processes. They are a fantastic method for training new applied mathematicians in the methods of mathematical modelling.
He is a director of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Industrially Focussed Mathematical Modelling.
Part A Differential Equations - Michelmas term 2012