Wayne Enright
Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing Group

Wayne Enright

Professor of Computer Science

Current Research

Wayne Enright's Research is concerned with the development of reliable and robust numerical methods for the approximate solution of different classes of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) and itegro-differential equations (IDEs). These problems often arise when modelling important applications in the physical and life sciences as well as in medicine and engineering.

He and his students have developed general purpose effective software packages for reliable simulations in important application areas such as computational medicine, computational biology, population dynamics, and chemical kinetics. They are also developing effective software tools for parameter-determination and sensitivity analysis of mathematical models that can be described by systems of differential equations. He is also interested in developing general purpose tools to effectively identify and visualize important features of the approximate solution of the mathematical model under investigation.

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