Dr. Henry Martin is a Lecturer at the Department of Physics, a Research Fellow at National Institute for Mathematical Sciences (NIMS - GH), and the Contact Person and an Assistant Local Coordinator for the Interdisciplinary Mathematics Network: RealMaths Consortium (RealMaths: KNUST & NIMS Path). Henry is currently the Contact Person for the Advanced Materials Technology (AMT) Research Group of the Department.
Henry holds PhD in Scientific Computing & Industrial Modeling awarded by KNUST under the auspices of NIMS - GH with exchange at L'Aquila University, Italy and a visiting scholar position at Oulu University, Finland. Henry obtained his Master's degree in Mathematical Engineering (Mathematical-Physics Modelling) at the University of L'Aquila in October, 2015 after completing his exchange programme at the University of Hamburg in Germany, Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI), INFN in Italy and finally conducting his research with the Computational Biophysics Biochemistry and Chemistry (CBBC) group at the University of Rome 'La Sapienza' in Italy, Dr. Henry Martin obtained his BSc Physics degree at the Department of Physics, KNUST and served as Teaching Assistant soon after his graduation.
Dr. Martin is a Mathematical and Computational Physicist interested in understanding and exploring most of the world's physical (real life) problems and challenges faced using Digital Twin Techniques:
- MultiPhysics Modelling
- MultiScale Modelling (Quantum to Continuum)
- Machine Learning and Statistical Analysis
in areas such as Water systems, Hydrogeology, Climate, Renewable Energy and Materials (thus Plasticity and Phase Transformation).
He teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses. He has been a Visiting Fellow of Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), University of California (UCLA), Los Angeles, USA, International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and many others. He has participated and presented at several workshops, seminars, and conferences around the world. He is a Member of the Institute of Mathematics and its Application (MIMA).
"Non Scholae sed Vitae Discimus" - "We Learn Not for School but for Life"
"Non Sibi sed Aliis" - "Not for Self but for Others"