Dr Matthew Scroggs
Matthew Scroggs is an engineer and mathematician who researches numerical methods for integral equations and partial differential equations.
Matthew Scroggs’s academic interests include:
- Finite element methods
- Boundary element methods
- Wave scattering problems.
- MMath, Oxford.
- PGCE, Oxford.
- PhD, UCL (not yet complete).
Awards and prizes
- UCL MAPS Postgraduate Teaching Award, 2016.
- UCL Provost’s Teaching Award, 2017.
- Edwin Power Scholarship, 2019.
Matthew Scroggs is an engineer and mathematician researching numerical methods for integral equations and partial differential equations. He is currently working as part of the ASiMoV project on the use of finite element methods to simulate jet engines.
Matthew is one of the editors of Chalkdust Magazine.
Recreational maths, board games, baking, half marathon running.
Publications, links and resources
- Betcke, T., Burman, E. and Scroggs, M. W. (2019) Boundary element methods with weakly imposed boundary conditions, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 41(3), A1357–A1384.
- Kleanthous, A., Betcke, T., Hewett, D. P., Scroggs, M. W. and Baran, A. J. (2019) Calderón preconditioning of PMCHWT boundary integral equations for scattering by multiple absorbing dielectric particles, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 224, 383–395.
- Scroggs, M. W., Betcke, T., Burman, E., Śmigaj, W. and van 't Wout, E. (2017) Software frameworks for integral equations in electromagnetic scattering based on Calderón identities, Computers & Mathematics with Applications 74(11), 2897–2914.