This unique MSc in Engineering Mathematics applies mathematical and engineering principles to complex, real-world problems across a multitude of domains ranging from artificial intelligence, ecology, medicine, physics, social media and sustainability.
We would like to invite you to an event we are holding for prospective students and offer-holders to find out more about the MSc in Engineering Mathematics.
The event will be a great opportunity to meet current students and staff, including academics from your department. You'll be able to ask questions about the Engineering Mathematics programme and life as a postgraduate student at the University of Bristol. There will also be information about finance, accommodation and our alumni.
Wednesday May 10th, 13:00-18:00
Life Sciences building
Over the duration of the programme you'll be taught by academics in the field of Engineering Mathematics, such as:
On this programme you'll have the opportunity to work on fascinating and wide-ranging projects.
Below are example projects from the MEng Engineering Mathematics degree.
Failing to predict that rain falls below freezing temperatures in current climate models may give higher cloud reflectivity and underestimate the effects of global warming. As rain droplets freeze depending on their size, this project aims to investigate the role of collisions in the growth of rain particles within a cloud. It is found that droplets within a cloud will collide readily, provided the Reynolds number of the cloud is high enough. Provided Reynolds number is large enough, rain is shown to form through collisions in under two minutes. For low Reynolds numbers, on the other hand, it is found that showers take much longer to develop and last much longer.
With the continuous increase of vehicular traffic there is a pressing need to develop more intelligent management strategies. This project developed a theory that predicted the speed of a mix of different vehicle types driving together on a one lane motorway. Using the assumption that each driver tries to maximise his/her own speed, the theory predicted under certain conditions which drivers will choose which lanes.
As treating cancer is still difficult, with predictions of the number of new cases in the next two decades expected to rise 70%, multiple treatments have been designed with many more being researched. One proposal for cancer treatment is to inject nanoparticles into the blood stream that can target cancerous cells without a negative impact on healthy cells. This project proposed crowd-sourcing nanoparticle treatments through a variety of simulations to help scientists refine nanoparticle designs to battle cancer growth.
Studying Engineering Mathematics at MSc level will give you fantastic career opportunities. Our graduates are highly sought after by major UK and international employers.
See below for varied examples of where our Engineering Mathematics graduates have gone on to work:
The healthy snack company Graze is a start-up of an University of Bristol Engineering Mathematics graduate. The company has taken on other graduates of ours since.
Ripjar is another successful company founded by one of our Engineering Mathematics graduates. The company specialises in complex data analysis.
Hawk-eye, famous for its sporting replay technology, has been joined by one of our recent graduates.
As a student of this programme you'll have access to state-of-the-art facilities.
Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) is the most comprehensive academic centre for multi-disciplinary robotics research in the UK.
BlueCrystal is the University's High Performance Computing (HPC) machine, helping to establish the University as a world class centre for research into advanced computing systems.
The new wing is a £14 million plus investment to support teaching and learning to equip the whole Faculty of Engineering well into the 21st Century.