Professor David McMullan
Professor in Theoretical Physics
School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
- Particle physics
- Quantum mechanics
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I am Associate Head for Mathematics and Statistics in the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics.
I have a wide experience of teaching Mathematics and its applications. Previously I have taught at the University of Utah, the University of Glasgow, the University of Warwick and in Ireland while based at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.
My current teaching in Plymouth is on two first year modules on our mathematics degrees: Mathematical Reasoning and also Calculus and Analysis. I also contribute to the second semester immersive module on the Quantum Universe.
My research interests are in gauge theories and, in particular, their infra-red sector. I have recently been applying some of the techniques that I have developed to intense laser fields where many of these ideas are proving fruitful. Future experiments in these areas will have a direct impact on our understanding of these aspects of gauge theories.
I have recently become involved in deciphering letters written by POW's during WW2. See this BBC report.
A list of my publications can be found