Bryn Davies is a Research Associate in the Applied Mathematics & Mathematical Physics Section of the Department of Mathematics. His research concerns the analysis of wave propagation in complex media. He uses integral methods, homogenization and asymptotic techniques to study problems from the fields of topological insulators, subwavelength waveguides, enhanced sensing and bio-inspired metamaterials.
Before moving to Imperial College, Bryn was based at ETH Zurich where he worked in the group of Prof. Habib Ammari.
UK Metamaterials Network
Bryn acts as co-lead of the Modelling and AI-Design special interest group of the UK Metamaterials Network.
et al., 2021, Bound states in the continuum and Fano resonances in subwavelength resonator arrays, Journal of Mathematical Physics, Vol:62, ISSN:0022-2488
Bell A, Davies B, Ammari H, 2021, Bernhard Riemann, the ear, and an atom of consciousness, Foundations of Science, ISSN:1233-1821
et al., 2021, High‐order exceptional points and enhanced sensing in subwavelength resonator arrays, Studies in Applied Mathematics, Vol:146, ISSN:0022-2526, Pages:440-462
et al., 2020, Topologically protected edge modes in one-dimensional chains of subwavelength resonators, Journal De Mathématiques Pures Et Appliquées, Vol:144, ISSN:0021-7824, Pages:17-49
Ammari H, Davies B, 2020, Mimicking the active cochlea with a fluid-coupled array of subwavelength Hopf resonators, Proceedings of the Royal Society A-mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences, Vol:476, ISSN:1364-5021