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Mario Maurelli

Dr Mario Maurelli

Research Fellow


University of York

Research summary

The ability to describe how a fluid flows is key to many applied and conceptual problems. This mathematical modelling of fluid dynamics is also very challenging. For example, one of the many problems left to solve is how to model the 'noise' that might arise from the fluid flowing through a system. We will look at two ways of modelling fluid flow with noise (Euler equations and the Kraichnan model). By studying and combining these models, we aim to gain new exciting insights into how fluids behave, especially in turbulent or noisy situations. This could have impacts in a vast range of applications ranging from car engine design to predicting weather patterns. Maurelli has been studying these complex and intriguing problems throughout his Master and PhD programs in Pisa.

Grants awarded

Stochastic Euler Equations and the Kraichnan model

Scheme: Newton International Fellowships

Dates: Mar 2018 - Mar 2020

Value: £99,000

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