Sebastian Reich
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Sebastian Reich is professor of numerical analysis at the University of Potsdam (full time) and the University of Reading (part time). Before taking up these posts he has been a lecturer at the University of Surrey from 1998 to 2000 and a reader and then professor at Imperial College London from 2000 to 2004, where he is still holds an honorary visiting professorship. Sebastian Reich is the author of over 100 journal articles and is the co-author of Simulating Hamiltonian Dynamics (Cambridge University Press, 2005) which has received more than 600 citations. His research areas cover numerical analysis and scientific computing with applications to classical mechanics, molecular dynamics, geophysical fluid dynamics, and data assimilation. He has received the Dahlquist Prize of the American Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics in 2003. Sebastian Reich is currently a faculty member of the Berlin Mathematical School funded under the German Excellence Initiative, a member of the Collaborative Research Centre "Scaling Cascades" funded by the German Science Foundation and the chairman of the research committee of the EPSRC Mathematics of Planet Earth Centre for Doctoral Training held jointly between Imperial College London and the University of Reading.

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