Bryn Davies is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow in the Applied Mathematics & Mathematical Physics Section of the Department of Mathematics. He is an applied analyst whose research establishes rigorous mathematical solutions for fundamental problems in wave physics. He uses techniques from the spectral theory, analysis of PDEs and asymptotic methods to study wave propagation in complex media and to inform the design of experimental setups. He has developed theory for applications including topological waveguides, high-contrast nano-particles, enhanced sensors and bio-inspired metamaterials.
UK Metamaterials Network
Bryn acts as co-lead of the Modelling and AI-Design special interest group of the UK Metamaterials Network.
Ammari H, Davies B, Hiltunen EO, 2024, Anderson localization in the subwavelength regime, Communications in Mathematical Physics, Vol:405, ISSN:0010-3616
Ammari H, Davies B, Hiltunen EO, 2023, Convergence rates for defect modes in large finite resonator arrays, Siam Journal on Mathematical Analysis, Vol:55, ISSN:0036-1410, Pages:7616-7634
et al., 2023, Effective properties of periodic plate-array metacylinders, Physical Review B, Vol:108, ISSN:2469-9950
Davies B, Lou Y, 2023, Landscape of wave focusing and localization at low frequencies, Studies in Applied Mathematics, ISSN:0022-2526
et al., 2023, Graded quasiperiodic metamaterials perform fractal rainbow trapping, Physical Review Letters, Vol:131, ISSN:0031-9007