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Professor James Blowey

Professor & Deputy Executive Dean (Natural Sciences)

PhD University of Sussex

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Professor & Deputy Executive Dean (Natural Sciences) in the Faculty of Science  
Professor, Teaching in the Department of Mathematical SciencesCM325 
Deputy Head of Faculty in the Natural Sciences  


My research interests are in the Numerical Analysis of Partial Differential Equations. In particular

  1. Degenerate Fourth order problems.
  2. On Phase transformation of alloys;

Please visit my Maths Department webpage for more information including contact details.

Research interests

  • numerical analysis

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Media Contacts

Available for media contact about:

  • Numerical analysis: Science and Engineering Ambassador


Chapter in book

Conference Paper

  • Blowey, J.F. & Barrett, J.W. (2001), Finite element approximation of a model for order-disorder and phase separationin binary alloys, in Feistauer, Miloslav, Rannacher, R. & Kozel, Karel eds, 4th Summer Conference on Numerical Modelling in Continuum Mechanics. Prague, Matfyzpress, Prague, 1-17.
  • Blowey, J.F. & Elliott, C.M. (1994), A phase field model with double obstacle potential, in Buttazzo G. & Visintin, A. eds, De Gruyter Proceedings in Mathematics International Conference: Motion by mean curvature and related topics. Trento, De Gruyter, New York, 1-22.

Edited book

  • Blowey, J.F. & Craig, A.W. (2005). Frontiers in Numerical Analysis: Durham 2004. Universitext. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Blowey, J.F., Craig, A.W. & Shardlow, T. (2003). Frontiers in Numerical Analysis: Durham 2002. Universitext. Berlin: Springer.
  • Blowey, J.F., Coleman, J.P. & Craig, A.W. (2001). Theory and numerics of differential equations. Universitext. New York: Springer.

Journal Article