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Centre for Nonlinear Mechanics

Exploring real-life problems with nonlinearity at their heart, using tools from analysis, modelling and computation.

Research and Seminars

The Centre for Nonlinear Mechanics helps to host the main applied and interdisciplinary seminar series at the Department of Mathematical Sciences.

About us

We encourage links between mathematics and application or industrially motivated problems over a range of continuum mechanics, including fluids, solids, soft matter and complex materials.

We have strong links with research groups in mechanical and civil engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, architecture and industry.

Activities include seminars in applied and interdisciplinary mathematics, MSc, PhD and postdoctoral projects. We receive funding from EPSRC, NERC and the EU.

Get in touch

If you'd like to find out more, please email us.

External site for Philippe Trinh and The Centre of Nonlinear Mechanics