NM Rothschild and Sons Professor of Mathematics, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences.
Professor David Abrahams is an applied mathematician with a main research focus on phenomenological and theoretical understanding of wave processes. He has published in many areas, including acoustics, fluid/structural interactions, non-destructive evaluation of materials, fracture mechanics, linear and nonlinear elasticity, composite structures, electromagnetic waves, water waves, aero-and hydro-acoustics and seismology. David has interacted extensively with a range of industrial partners, and in recent years his research has diversified somewhat; for example, he has worked on mathematical finance, non linear viscoelasticity, melting of debris-covered glaciers, and is currently involved in a highly-multidisciplinary project on the entrapment of iron-rich meteorites in Antarctic ice.
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