Mathematical Scientist invited to present his research to parliament
Wednesday 09 March 2022
A Coventry University Research Fellow presented his mathematics research to UK Parliament, following successful shortlisting for STEM for Britain 2022.
Dr AmirHosein Sadeghimanesh, Research Fellow at Coventry University’s Centre for Computational Science and Mathematical Modelling, presented his mathematics research to politicians and a panel of expert judges during the event on Monday 7 March.
Held at the UK Houses of Parliament, STEM for Britain is a poster competition for early-stage researchers, divided into five subjects: Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Physics, Engineering, Mathematical Sciences and Chemistry.
AmirHosein was shortlisted from hundreds of applicants within the Mathematics Sciences category to share the insights from his research in Parliament and the wider public.
Dr AmirHosein Sadeghimanesh said:
I feel privileged that policy makers and MPs will hear the research of Coventry University’s Centre for Computational Science and Mathematical Modelling on this topic. I hope that my presentation will raise awareness amongst the public, alongside key decision makers, on the real-world benefits from research on computational algebra, including decreased experimental costs and more fundamental insight on the structure of the systems.
AmirHosein’s research poster on ‘Saving Research Budgets by Improving Algebraic Tools for the Study of Population Dynamics’ was judged against dozens of likeminded scientists in the only national competition of its kind.
Professor Richard Dashwood said:
STEM for Britain is a prestigious initiative and I am delighted to see that Dr AmirHosein Sadeghimanesh has received this recognition for his insightful research at Coventry University.
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The Parliamentary and Scientific Committee runs the event in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Institute of Physics, the Royal Society of Biology, The Physiological Society and the Council for the Mathematical Sciences, with financial support from Dyson, Clay Mathematics Institute, United Kingdom Research and Innovation, Society of Chemical Industry, the Nutrition Society, Institute of Biomedical Science, the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research, the Biochemical Society and IEEE UK & Ireland Section.