Dr Mark McCartney Senior Lecturer in Mathematics
- School of Computing & Maths
- Research Institute
- Computer Science
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Mark studied applied mathematics and theoretical physics at Queen's University Belfast, graduating with a PhD in theoretical atomic physics in 1993. His current research interests include the mathematical modelling of traffic dynamics and ecological systems and he has also edited, with colleagues from Queen's and Oxford, a number of books on the history of science. He has also published a significant number of papers in the area of mathematics education.
Mark is a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, a member of the Council of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, and is University Correspondent for the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge.
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- Cannibalism and chaos in the classroomInternational Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and TechnologyDate: (2016)Creators: Abernethy, Gavin M and McCartney, Mark
- Characteristics of successful opinion leaders in a bounded confidence modelPhysica ADate: (2016)Creators: Chen, Shuwei, Glass, DH and McCartney, M
- A single predator multiple prey model with prey mutationCommunications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical SimulationDate: (2016)Creators: Mullan, Rory, Abernethy, Gavin M., Glass, David H. and McCartney, Mark
- Lame hypersurfaces and Lagrange multipliersInternational Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and TechnologyDate: (2016)Creators: McCartney, Mark
- Review of Inside Interesting Integrals by Paul J. Nahin, Springer, 2015London Mathematical Society NewsletterDate: (2016)Creators: McCartney, M