Dr Nils Mole

Position: Senior lecturer
Telephone: (0114) 2223772
Office: G28 Hicks building
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MAS250 Mathematics II (Materials) Information uses MOLE
MAS320 Fluid Mechanics I Information uses MOLE
MAS325 Mathematical Methods Information uses MOLE
MAS380 Computational Engineering Mathematics Information uses MOLE
MAS6446 Mathematical methods and modelling of natural systems Information  


Interests: Turbulent diffusion
Research group: Environmental Dynamics
Publications: MathSciNet


Past grants, as Coinvestigator
Development of novel mathematical methods in turbulent diffusion EPSRC
Extremes in turbulent dispersion EPSRC

Research interests:

Nils Mole works on problems in turbulent diffusion, in particular on the atmospheric dispersion of hazardous gas clouds. The specific topics of main interest are: the relationship between statistical moments of the containment concentration; mathematical modelling of the concentration moments; the probability distribution of concentration in meandering plumes; measurement errors in concentration data; application of statistical extreme value theory to large concentration values. He also does some work in collaboration with the solar physics group, on the effect of random flows on solar oscillations.