My research interests are geometrical fluid mechanics and data assimilation. Further details can be found on my personal web page.
I work with:
and I have active research interests in the applications of differential geometry to fluid mechanics: http://www.claymath.org/events/geometry-and-fluids
Further details can be found on my personal web page.
MAT3013 Mathematics of Weather
Head of Department and Director of Research
Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society
Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society --- Council 2003-06; co-Editor-in-Chief of Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Oct 2003-Mar 2008. Chair, Publications Committee, October 2006-September 2008.
Member of the London Mathematical Society --- Council 2002-03, Programme Committee 2010 - present
Ian also contributes to The Huffington Post, and some of his articles can be found here http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/ian-roulstone/.
Find me on campus Room: 30 AA 04
Roulstone I, Norbury J
Invisible in the Storm: the role of mathematics in understanding weather
346 pages. Princeton University Press, USA 24 Feb 2013 http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9957.html
J. Norbury and I. Roulstone (Eds.) Large-scale atmosphere-ocean dynamics: Vol. 1 Analytical methods and numerical models; Vol.2 Geometric methods and models. 734pp., Cambridge University Press. August 2002.
A full list of publications, conference presentations, and patents can be found here.
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