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**Martin Meere Ph.D., M.Sc., B.Sc.: Lecturer**

Department of Applied Mathematics.

NUI Galway.

email:
martin.meerenuigalway.ie

Room C104, Áras de Brún

Tel -353-91-493087 or -353-91-524411 ext 3087

Fax -353-91-494525

Martin Meere obtained a B.Sc. in Applied Mathematics from University College Galway in 1988, followed by an M.Sc. in Mathematical Physics from University College Dublin in 1989. He obtained a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Nottingham in 1992. He has been working as a lecturer in the Department of Mathematical Physics at NUI, Galway since then.

**Research Interests:
**Martin’s research interest is in the broad area of applied mathematics, with particular emphasis on the mathematics of diffusion. Most of the published research work to date has focused on the modelling and analysis of impurity diffusion mechanisms in semiconductors.

[1]
E. D. Allen, J. R. King & M. G. Meere, Impurity diffusion through strained semiconductors,
*The Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics
*
**58(4)**, 615-643 2005.

[2] M.G. Meere and J.R. King, The dissociative diffusion mechanism with charge effects II: two-dimensional in-diffusion,
*The Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics
*2004,
**57(1)**, 19-58 2004.

[3] J.R. King and M.G. Meere, A combined dissociative and kick-out diffusion model with charge effects, part I: in-diffusion,
*Mathematical Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy*,
**102**A, 49-78 2002.

[4] J.R. King and M.G. Meere, A combined dissociative and kick-out diffusion model with charge effects, part II: out-diffusion,
*Mathematical Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy*,
**102**A, 79-105 2002.

[5] M.G. Meere, B. Gleeson and J. Simmie, Modelling gas motion in a rapid compression machine,
*Journal of Engineering Mathematics*,
**44**, 57-82 2002.

[6] M.G. Meere and J.R. King, The dissociative diffusion mechanism with charge effects I: one-dimensional in-diffusion, The Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics
**54(3)**, 469-500 2001.

[7] J.R. King and M.G. Meere, The role of multiple charge states in zinc diffusion in gallium arsenide, Mathematical Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy,
**101**A, 95-110 2001.

Applied Mathematics

This page was last updated Friday, February 12, 2010

This page was last updated Friday, February 12, 2010