University of Hull

Computational Science Research Group (CSRG)

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Our Computational Science Initiative(CSI) at the University of Hull is currently manifested as a Computational Science Research Group - known as CSRG in The School of Engineering and Computer Science. CSRG is also the power house behind the University's of The Digital Centre, which is the anchor site for our digital technology transfer and commercial activities.

CSRG comprises:

Research Interns:

  • Kevin Barr (2017)
  • Alex Blanary (2017)
  • Sebastian Dabrowski, (2016-17)
  • Connor Kerwin (2017)
  • Ryan Moir (2017)
  • Alex Rossa (2017)
  • Alex Stoenescu (2017)
  • Alex Whitehead (2017)

Affiliate External Researchers and Members:

Alumni and Past Group Members:

  • Chris Aldred, Intern 2016
  • Sam Murphy, Intern 2016
  • Jason Powney, Intern 2016
  • Anthony Quinn, Researcher 2014-17
  • Nick Ross, Intern 2016
  • Declan Whiting, Intern 2014-15


CSRG has already produced some Technical Reports based on some of our research activities. You can get involved with CSRG: as a PhD student; or as a Summer Intern under our Research Experiences for Undergraduates programme; or as a research collaborator in acaemia, industry or a governmental agency. Contact Prof Ken Hawick for inquiries.


Broadly, the Computational Science Research Group (CSRG) is focussing on the following technological areas of computational science:

In addition to its core "Digital" research mission, CSRG also has activities spanning applications in:

  • Freight and Passenger Transport Logistics
  • Energy and Renewable Systems
  • Economics and Financial Models
  • Marine and Maritime Systems
  • Health Informatics
in each of which we are developing data science applications as well as integrated systems, and relevent models and simulations.


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