Ken Nisbet
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1991 …2021

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Area of academic expertise - outline

I am a mathematician with a broad interest in topics underpinned by Dynamical Systems. On completion of my PhD in Dynamical Systems, I worked for three years as a mathematician within a research group in Signal Processing.

Current research activities

For more than 20 years, first at Bell College and post-merger UWS, I have worked as a teaching-focused academic, delivering material to a range of classes at Higher National Certificate and Diploma, and degree level.

Notwithstanding that, I am available to provide expertise to colleagues in other disciplines that require mathematical output.


Most recently, I acted as a University internal assessor for a PhD student at a partner institution in Hamburg.

Desired research direction

This is unclear, and would be dependent on opportunities for collaboaration with other colleagues.

Target collaborative companies

Unknown, but any collaborative project may include colleagues from other institutions.

Target collaborative organisations

Unknown, but any collaborative project may include colleagues from other institutions.

Other areas of expertise available for knowledge exchange

No other areas, but the comment above regarding collaborative work also applies.


A presentation with colleagues in the Mathematics and Statistics group is in the early stage of preparation. The topic is the area of "Mathematics Support in UWS" and would be presnted by one of the team at the Annual Learning, Teaching & Research Conference in June 2019.


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