About the Author
Dr Peter Dyson, School of Engineering, Swansea University, Swansea
Peter Dyson gained his PhD from the University of Swansea. His thesis 'Numerical Computation of Fluid Properties at NanoIMeso, has opened up new areas in meso scale fluid simulation allowing the investigation of flow regimes and the characterization of bulk fluid properties from first principles. An EPSRC proposal to extend this work had been submitted and is currently under review.
Dr Rajesh Ransing, Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering, Swansea University, Swansea
Dr Ransing is an executive committee member, of the Natural Computing Applications Forum (NCAF). He is an Editorial Board Member of International Joumal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow Journal and has had numerous guest editor roles and awards for papers. He is an organizer of many conference workshops, and has been asked to be a guest speaker at many conferences also. His research with NCAF has resulted in global patents, which are being accepted in many countries. The University has created a spin out company to exploit this research and UK's only Casting Trade Association - Cast Metal Federation along with other consortium members is actively supporting this research initiative.