Mathematical Sciences

Department staff

Dr Wael Bahsoun

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Senior Lecturer

Education

  • (2000-2004) PhD in Mathematics, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
  • (1998-2000) MS in Mathematics, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
  • (1994-1998) BS in Mathematics, American University of Beirut, Lebanon.

Employment History

  • (2008-present) Lecturer & Senior Lecturer in Mathematics, Loughborough University, UK.
  • (2006-2008) Samuel Gratrix Fellow, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.
  • (2004-2006) PIMS Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada.

Current Administrative Role

  • (01.09.2015-present) Deputy Head of Department.  

Research Interests

  • Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems.
  • Random Dynamical Systems.
  • Random Dynamics in Economics and Finance.

Postdoctoral Fellows:

  • Dr. Marks Ruziboev (May 2016, present). Supported by The Leverhulme Trust research grant RPG-2015-346

PhD Students:

 

  • Cisem Bektur (Oct 2009-Sept 2012). Thesis: Random Dynamics in Financial Markets.
  • Yuejiao Duan (Oct 2010-Sept 2013). Thesis: Stochastic Perturbations of Intermittent Maps.
  • Xiaolong Niu (Oct 2012-March 2016). Thesis: Rigorous Computations of Dynamical Quantities.
  • Xiaoxuan Ding (Oct 2016-current). Joint with Brian Winn. 

 

  • The Leverhulme Trust RPG-2015-346, £126,818. Reserach project grant, 01 May 2016-30 April 2019.
  • LMS Conference Grant, £6,000. Partial support to organise Dynamics Days Europe at Loughborough, 3-7 September 2018.
  • The Leverhulme Trust IN-2014-021, £58,830. Network consisting of Loughborough, Pisa, Warwick, Brest and Marseille; Bahsoun (PI), Galatolo, Pollicott, Saussol, Vaienti, 01 October 2014-30 September 2017.
  • LMS-CMI Research School (RS-10), £31,000. Support to organise a school for research students and early career researchers at Loughborough, 13-17 April 2015.
  • Royal Society TG101937, £2,441. Travel grant to support the research visit of Chris Bose to Loughborough, 19 June-09 July 2011.
  • Ten small grants (2011-2017): 7 from LMS and 3 from IMA.