Professor Radostin D Simitev, Dr. rer. nat. (PhD)
A Professor of Applied Mathematics at
the University of Glasgow UK, a
Chartered Mathematician (CMath) and a
Fellow (FIMA) of the
Institute of Mathematics and its Applications with research
interests
in Fluid
Mechanics, Magnetohydrodynamics
and Mathematical
Physiology, see publication list.
I was born in the city of
Stara Zagora
,
Bulgaria (1976).
I received my M.Sc. degree in
Theoretical Physics
from the
University of Sofia
,
Sofia, Bulgaria (2000).
I spent four years in
Bayreuth,
Germany
where I was awarded a
Dr rer nat
doctoral degree
from the
University of Bayreuth
(2004) for
my work on
dynamo theory of planetary magnetism. My mathematical genealogy
may be traced
here or
here.
From July 2004 to September 2006, I worked in
Liverpool,
UK
as a Senior Research Fellow in the
Department of Mathematical Sciences
of the
University of Liverpool
researching the
propagation of
waves in cardiac tissue.
In 2006 I joined the School of Mathematics and Statistics of
the University of Glasgow where
I am now a Professor of Applied Mathematics.
In 201213 I spent 11 months at
Stanford University
and
UCLA
as a Visiting Research Scholar in
Solar Physics collaborating with the
HMS group.
In 2017 I was elected a Fellow of
the Institute of Mathematics and its
Applications and awarded a Chartered Mathematician status.
I like climbing mountains, especially in bad weather. Here is a link
to my Munro
bagging map.
