# Dr Jacques E Furter, Mathematical Sciences, Brunel University

My training is in non linear analysis. My research involve aspects
of pure and applied mathematics: bifurcation problems and singularity theory.

## Research

Current research activities are in ** symmetric bifurcation ** and
** singularity theories. ** Most of my research is analytical, but supported
where appropriate by numerics or computer algebra.

### What is singularity theory?

Singularity theory deals with (to be completed).

### Research links

I have active research links with (to be completed).

### More information

A list of my recent publications will be compiled.
I am always happy to receive enquiries about my research activities,
particularly from potential collaborators, students or postdocs. For potential
postgraduate research students, the
Brunel
University application form is available online. A short version
of my cv will also be available.

Here are a list of links that I find useful.

## Teaching

Titles of the final year projects I am offering
for the academic year 2005/06 are:

### Population Harvesting

### Caustics

Titles of the MSc. projects I am offering
for the academic year 2004/05 are:

### Plate Buckling

### Rod Buckling

### Plateau's problem

Bifurcation in minimal surfaces.
### Population Harvesting

In the current Academic Year I am teaching in the following modules.

### MA1920, Linear Algebra

### MA2930, Analysis

### MA3910/5532, Differential and Integral Equations

In the past, I also taught in the following modules.

### MA3062A/5062A, Dynamical Systems

### MA3??/50??A, Functional Analysis

### MSc. (Warwick University), Spectral Theory

Here are a list of links that I find useful.

## Wine

Here is a picture of our successful TQA team,
and a few shots of the evidence in the baseroom.

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* Last updated 10 March 2005 *

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Dr. Jacques E Furter
e-mail: mastjef@brunel.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 1895 265183
Fax +44 (0) 1895 269732
By conventional mail:
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Brunel University
Uxbridge
Middlesex, UB8 3PH
United Kingdom