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Professor C. J. Howls 

Professor of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Director of the University Doctoral College

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Professor C. J. Howls is Professor of Applied Mathematics within Mathematical Sciences and Director of the University Doctoral College at the University of Southampton.

Background

2017: Appointed as Director of the University Doctoral College

2016: Appointed as Head of Applied Mathematics

2010: Appointed as Director of Faculty Graduate School, containing 600+ doctoral research students, spanning six schools

2008: Appointed as external examiner in applied mathematics for BSc and MSc, Imperial College London, UK

2008: Elected to editorial board of Proceedings of the Royal Society A.

2008: Appointed to position of Special Lecturer, University of Nottingham, UK

2005: Chair of the national standing committee of the British Applied Mathematics Colloquium.

2005: Visiting professor, University of Angers, France.

2005: Visiting Scholar, CWI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2003-2014: Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, University of Southampton, UK.

1999-2003: Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, University of Southampton, UK

1996-1999: Visiting Scholar: Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK

1996-1999: Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, Brunel University, UK

1996: Visiting Scholar, Laboratoire J-A Dieudonné, University of Nice

1996, 1998, 2004: Visiting Scholar, Research institute for Mathematical Sciences, University of Kyoto, Japan

1996: Visiting Scholar, IPST, University of Maryland, USA

1995: Research programme organiser, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge

1994-1996: Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, University of Manchester, UK

1991-1993: SERC Postdoctoral Fellowship, held at University of Bristol, UK

1991: PhD, Department of Physics, University of Bristol, UK

1988: BSc Joint Honours Mathematics and Physics, University of Bristol, UK

Research interests

Asymptotics analysis, Modelling

Research group

Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Affiliate research group

Computational Applied Mathematics

Research project(s)

Asymptotic Methods

Asymptotics

Mathematical Modelling

Mathematical Optical Physics

Director of the University Doctoral College

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Articles

Book

Book Chapters

  • Berry, M. V., & Howls, C. J. (2015). Divergent series: taming the tails. In The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics Princeton, US: Princeton University Press.
  • Howls, C. J., Berry, M. V., & NIST (2010). Integrals with coalescing saddles. In F. W. J. Olver, D. W. Lozier, R. F. Boisvert, & C. W. Clark (Eds.), NIST Handbook of Mathematics Functions Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Howls, C. J. (2000). Development of exponential and hyper-asymptotics. In C. J. Howls, T. Kawai, & Y. Takei (Eds.), Toward the Exact WKB Analysis of Differential Equations, Linear or Non-Linear (pp. 111-118). Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University Press.
  • Delabaere, E., & Howls, C. J. (2000). Hyperasymptotics for multidimensional integrals with boundaries. In Toward the Exact WKB Analysis of Differential Equations, Linear or Non-Linear, December 1998 (pp. 145-164). Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University Press,.

Conferences

Professor C. J. Howls
Mathematics Building 54 University of Southampton Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 54/6013

Facsimile: (023) 8059 5147


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