Professor Timothy Moroney

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Faculty of Science,
School of Mathematical Sciences

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Professor in Mathematics
Faculty of Science,
School of Mathematical Sciences


Multiscale modelling, Fluid mechanics, Interfacial dynamics, Fractional calculus, High performance computing


Numerical and Computational Mathematics

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


  • PhD (Queensland University of Technology)


Professor Moroney teaches into the Mathematics and Engineering courses at QUT.  His focus is on fostering an appreciation for the remarkable problem-solving power that is enabled by synthesising mathematics and computing.  His first-year unit MXB161 Computational Explorations takes students on a journey through some of the ways that computation and simulation are fundamental to modern science and engineering.  In his second-year mathematics unit MXB201 Advanced Linear Algebra, Professor Moroney presents more sophisticated mathematical approaches that are fundamental to dealing with today’s big data sets, including data from large scientific experiments.

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