Seeking additional support with maths?
Click on a PGR tutor profile below to view their availability and book an appointment. These appointments can be online through Teams or in-person subject to tutor availability and arrangements.
If you scroll further below the tutor profiles, you will find links to self-access Maths for Engineering resources; and we remind you that you can always speak to your course team to find out what additional support is available to you.
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I am a volcanology PhD student, and my project focuses on understanding the dynamics of volcanic plumes and what their evolution can tell us about the intensity of volcanic eruptions. I work with satellite data and mathematical models and have experience in Python and GIS. I have taken maths and geophysics modules throughout undergraduate, so I can assist with maths problems ranging from A-level through to higher level calculus, statistics, and geodynamics.
I am a PhD Geology student supervised by James Hickey. I am using finite element models in COMSOL to model the post-eruptive ground deformation of the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland. I completed my BSc at Lancaster University and my MSc at the University of Iceland. I currently assist with CSM1042 Dynamic Planet and CSM3070 Volcanology. I am most competent in algebra, solving equations, differentiation and integration.
Exeter Learning Environment (ELE) Self-Enrolment Courses:
MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS:
Topics include: Algebra, Functions, Trigonometry, Differentiation, Integration, Complex Numbers, Vectors, Matrices, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differentiation, Vector Calculus, Numerical Methods, Probability & Statistics.
REFRESH YOUR MATHS:
Open to all Exeter students for help in analysis and statistics; and for numerical reasoning tests in recruitment. See also: My Career Zone: https://mycareerzone.exeter.ac.uk/workgroups/refresh-your-maths
Maths Peer Assisted Learning
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Maths (Penryn) is available via the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences section within Peer Support
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Helping Engineers Learn Mathematics (open) Workbooks
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