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Dr Mastaneh Davis

Senior Lecturer

About

I obtained my PhD in Pure Mathematics in 1999 and at the same time I was working as Lecturer in Atilim University in Turkey. Later on, from 2002 to 2005 I worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Kingston University, which was fully funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and Federal waterways engineering and research institute (BAW) German. My postdoctoral work was directed in the fluid flow through porous media over surfaces. Modelling and simulating flow by using lattice Boltzmann method.  From 2006 to 2008 I worked as a Senior Researcher on a project to develop a theoretical model that determines the particle segregation process in vibrated liquid fluidised beds. This project is supported by a grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). Since 2008 I am working as a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics. 

Qualifications

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy - December 2015
  • 1995 - 1999 PhD in Mathematics
  • 1992-1994: MSc, Mathematics
  • 1988 - 1991: BSc, Mathematics, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Professional membership

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Research

  • Modelling and simulating fluid flow through porous media over surfaces by using Lattice Boltzmann method.
  • Granular materials
  • Working on mobile security and implementing various cryptographic algorithms
  • Ergonomics
  • Developing online mathematical resources

Publications

Number of items: 10.

Article

Davis, M. and Koenders, M.A. (2008) Combined gravity and mean flow effects on agitated slurries in a dead-end filtration set-up. Powder Technology, 182(2), pp. 307-312. ISSN (print) 0032-5910

Davis, M. and Koenders, M. (2007) Oscillated densely packed granular media immersed in a fluid. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 308(3-5), pp. 526-540. ISSN (print) 0022-460X

Davis, M. and Koenders, M. (2007) Particle-pressure induced transient changes in oscillated particle-fluid systems. Filtration, 7(4), pp. 326-336. ISSN (print) 1479-0602

Davis, M., Koenders, M. A. and Petford, N. (2007) Vibro-agitation of chambered magma. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 167(1-4), pp. 24-36. ISSN (print) 0377-0273

Davis, M., Kohler, H.J. and Koenders, M.A. (2006) Unsaturated subsoil erosion protection in turbulent flow conditions. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 44(3), pp. 412-420. ISSN (print) 0022-1686

Conference or Workshop Item

Ruvinga, Stenford, Davis, Mastaneh and Hunter, Gordon (2017) A statistical study of “attainment gaps” (and their causes) in students’ performance in STEM subjects at a post-1992 UK university. In: Horizons in STEM Higher Education Conference: Making Connections, Innovating and Sharing Pedagogy 2017; 29-30 Jun 2017, Edinburgh, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Davis, Mastaneh and Hunter, Gordon (2016) CalculEng : an on-line tutorial tool to assist the teaching and learning of calculus. In: 18th (SEFI) Mathematics Working Group Conference on Mathematics in Engineering Education; 27-29 Jun 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Davis, Mastaneh, Dhanbhoora, Jeraze, Hunter, Gordon and Wiesyk, Wioleta (2015) CalculEng for virtual MathsAid: the development and evaluation of a set of on-line tutorial resources for elementary calculus. In: IMA International Conference on Barriers and Enablers to Learning Maths: Enhancing Learning and Teaching for All Learners; 10-12 Jun 2015, Glasgow, U.K..

Davis, Mastaneh, Dhanbhoora, Jeraze, Hunter, Gordon and Wiesyk, Wioleta (2015) CalculEng towards an intelligent environment for the teaching and learning of calculus. In: 11th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE'15): Workshops; 13-14 Jul 2015, Prague, Czech Republic.

Davis, M. and Koenders, M.A. (2006) Oscillated densely packed granular media immersed in a fluid. In: 1st International Conference on Vibro-Impact Systems; 20 - 22 Jul 2006, Loughborough, U.K..

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