From statistics to integrable systems, astrophysics to smart materials and communications to renewable energy, Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering’s pioneering research focuses on a wide range of issues. The department has core groups in Astrophysics (Solar MHD), Mathematical Physics (Dynamical Systems & Symmetries), Statistics, Sustainable and Renewable Energy Systems (S&RES), Advanced Materials and Manufacturing (AM&M), and Communications, Control and Instrumentation (CC&I).

Prospective PhD students: Opportunities to carry out postgraduate research towards an MPhil/PhD or MSc by research exist in all the areas identified above. Further information may be obtained from The Graduate School.

Visiting scholars: We welcome visiting academics - please contact Dr James McLaughlin (Mathematics) or Dr Wai Pang Ng (Physics or Electrical Engineering)

To access research outputs in this area and others, please visit Northumbria Research Link.

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