Professor Stephen Langdon
Head of Department - Maths
Tower A 018
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- Tel: +44 (0)1895 266554
I joined Brunel University London in October 2019, having previously worked at the University of Reading for over fifteen years, the last five as Head of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
My research is in the area of Numerical Analysis, particularly the development, analysis and implementation of numerical methods for the solution of partial differential equations, and the application of such schemes to the solution of mathematical models arising from physical or biological processes such as acoustic or electromagnetic scattering, fluid flow, or tumour growth.
- Postgraduate Certificate of Academic Practice, University of Reading, 2009.
- PhD in Numerical Analysis, University of Bath, 1999.
- BA Mathematics, Oxford University, 1994.
Head of the Department of Mathematics
Newest selected publications
Gibbs, A., Chandler-Wilde, S., Langdon, S. and Moiola, A. (2020) 'A high frequency boundary element method for scattering by a class of multiple obstacles'. IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis. ISSN: 0272-4979 Open Access Link
Groth, SP., Hewett, DP. and Langdon, S. (2017) 'A hybrid numerical–asymptotic boundary element method for high frequency scattering by penetrable convex polygons'. Wave Motion, 78. pp. 32 - 53. ISSN: 0165-2125 Open Access Link
Hargreaves, JA., Lam, YW. and Langdon, S. (2016) 'A transformation approach for efficient evaluation of oscillatory surface integrals arising in three-dimensional boundary element methods'. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 108 (2). pp. 93 - 115. ISSN: 0029-5981 Open Access Link
Lee, TE., Baines, MJ. and Langdon, S. (2015) 'A finite difference moving mesh method based on conservation for moving boundary problems'. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 288 (November 2015). pp. 1 - 17. ISSN: 0377-0427 Open Access Link
Hargreaves, JA., Lam, YW., Langdon, S. and Hewett, DP. (2015) 'A high-frequency BEM for 3D acoustic scattering'. 22nd International Congress on Sound and Vibration, ICSV 2015.