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Overview

The Centre for Applicable Mathematics and Systems Science (CAMSS) of Liverpool Hope University serves as a regional centre actively engaging research/KTP bid grants in collaboration with partner institutions. CAMSS provides intellectually stimulating environment and generates the capacity to not only engage the most recent techniques in Mathematical Modelling and Systems Science, but also, effectively transfer the theoretical knowledge into feasible real-life applications for the requirement and need of the industries.

The innovative nature of the Centre lies in realising the current trends in Applicable Mathematics to the practical applications in the areas of Medicine, Information Security, and Medical Fluid Dynamics etc. The existing computing facility of the Department of Computer Science is used by the visiting faculty members and students from partner institutions. 

Aims and Objectives

The CAMSS contributes to all of the strands of the Third Stream agenda; specifically by increasing the capacity of the Faculty of Sciences and Social Sciences to respond to requests and stimuli from industry and by enhancing the first‐hand and up-to‐date knowledge of members associated with the centre.

CAMSS also brings staff, research students, and visiting scholars together in new modalities and thus creating the vital input into new programmes of both teaching and research.

 

Members

Centre for Applicable Mathematics and Systems Science is led by Dr Atulya K Nagar, Foundation Professor of Computer and Mathematical Sciences and Head of Department of Computer Science. 

Research

The current year projects include a number of interdisciplinary and complementary themes such as:

  • Graph Theory and Visual Cryptography
  • Digital Data Information Security 
  • Medical Image Processing
  • Partial Differential Equations for applications in Medical Fluid Dynamics
  • Nature‐inspired Computing (e.g. Molecular Computing, Computational Neuroscience).

Overview

The Centre for Applicable Mathematics and Systems Science (CAMSS) of Liverpool Hope University serves as a regional centre actively engaging research/KTP bid grants in collaboration with partner institutions. CAMSS provides intellectually stimulating environment and generates the capacity to not only engage the most recent techniques in Mathematical Modelling and Systems Science, but also, effectively transfer the theoretical knowledge into feasible real-life applications for the requirement and need of the industries.

The innovative nature of the Centre lies in realising the current trends in Applicable Mathematics to the practical applications in the areas of Medicine, Information Security, and Medical Fluid Dynamics etc. The existing computing facility of the Department of Computer Science is used by the visiting faculty members and students from partner institutions. 

Aims and Objectives

The CAMSS contributes to all of the strands of the Third Stream agenda; specifically by increasing the capacity of the Faculty of Sciences and Social Sciences to respond to requests and stimuli from industry and by enhancing the first‐hand and up-to‐date knowledge of members associated with the centre.

CAMSS also brings staff, research students, and visiting scholars together in new modalities and thus creating the vital input into new programmes of both teaching and research.

 

Members

Centre for Applicable Mathematics and Systems Science is led by Dr Atulya K Nagar, Foundation Professor of Computer and Mathematical Sciences and Head of Department of Computer Science. 

Research

The current year projects include a number of interdisciplinary and complementary themes such as:

  • Graph Theory and Visual Cryptography
  • Digital Data Information Security 
  • Medical Image Processing
  • Partial Differential Equations for applications in Medical Fluid Dynamics
  • Nature‐inspired Computing (e.g. Molecular Computing, Computational Neuroscience).