海洋科学学术讲座第95期（2018年第25期）：A Perspective on Applications of Some Mathematical Modelling and Computational Aspects in Physical Oceanography Research
A Perspective on Applications of Some Mathematical Modelling and Computational Aspects in Physical Oceanography Research
Dr. M. K. Abeyratne is an academic working as a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka. He competed his B.Sc. in Mathematics at the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. Then M.Sc. in Industrial Mathematics and Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics had been completed at Technishe Universitaet Kaiserslautern, Germany. Dr. Abeyratne’s research of his doctoral studies focused on Wavelet Based Computational Methods for Solving Elliptic Boundary Value Problems in Linear Elasticity with Geo-physically relevant applications, in which the field of research is referred as Geo-mathematics. His research interests lie on Mathematical modelling and on Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations. Dr. Abeyratne is currently working at South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, as a research collaborator of CSL-CER at SCSIO under a CAS PIFI visiting fellowship. His short-term research study at SCSIO focusses on the use of mathematical and computational aspects to contribute to understanding of selected vertical flow models in Physical Oceanography.