Lecturer in Applied Mathematics
Nonlinear optimisation. Cryptography. Discrete mathematics. Financial mathematics. Computational algebra.
Matthew joined the University of Plymouth as a Lecturer of Applied Mathematics in September 2013, having been a Lecturer of Mathematics at the University of Abertay Dundee. His research covers several different topics, from graph theory and nonlinear optimisation to financial mathematics, cryptography and cybersecurity. He has been involved with collaborative projects in the UK and Japan and several grant applications in the applications of mathematics to cybersecurity, and regularly contributes to top conferences such as GECCO and EVOSTAR. He is the PI for the Plymouth University NVIDIA GPU Research Center (a poster produced is available here.