In mathematics and physics, the following research is done at the School of Engineering.

Mathematical modeling and numerical methods for acoustics and electro-dynamics

In cooperation with ICMM, the International Center for Mathematical Modeling, at Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden, research is done regarding development of mathematical models and numerical methods for acoustics and electro-dynamics. In particular, numerical methods for conformal mappings are developed.

For information, contact Anders Andersson or Thomas Biro.

Approximate Approximations

Approximation with non-local base functions, algorithms for multiresolution decomposition, semi-analytic methods for calculations of non-homogeneous linear partial differential equation potentials.

For information, contact Tjavdar Ivanov.

Laser-based spectroscopic measurement techniques

New laser-based spectroscopic measurement techniques for sensitive detection of atoms and molecules in different environments has been developed in cooperation with The Laser Physics Group at the Department of Physics at Umeå University.

For information, contact Jörgen Gustafsson.