University of Bath
Alex Trenam graduated with an MMath Mathematics from The University Of Sheffield in 2019. He is now a mathematics PhD student, in Cohort 2 of the Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems Centre for Doctoral Training (AAPS CDT) at the University of Bath, working under the supervision of Prof Tristan Pryer. His research lies in the field of numerical analysis and is currently centred around the design of structure-preserving numerical methods for battery electrolyte models, with a particular focus on discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods.
Alex became involved with modelling the formation process of composite materials as part of the NCForm project whilst undertaking a three month Research Assistant role at the Institute for Mathematical Innovation at the University of Bath.