Prof. William (Bill) Hogarth
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Faculty of Science and Information Technology
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Professor Hogarth is Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Pro-Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Science and Information Technology at the University of Newcastle. He has been with the University since 2002. A mathematician by training, he has an undergraduate degree from the University of New South Wales, a PhD from the University of Newcastle and has published in excess of 100 journal articles.
A mathematical modeller who applies his skills and knowledge in soil physics, Professor Hogarth came to Newcastle from Griffith University, where he was Dean of the Faculty of Environmental Sciences. Professor Hogarth's work lies in the mathematical modelling of wind erosion, and solute and water transport on the surface and sub-surface of soils.
- PhD, University of Newcastle, 1977
- Bachelor of Science, University of New South Wales
- Solute transport
- Water transport
- Wind erosion
- Wind erosion
- Solute and Water Transport on the surface and sub-surface soils
Most of my work in soil and wind erosion is predictive modelling using mathematics to help understand fundamental physical processes.
Fields of Research
|Physical Geography And Environmental Geoscience Not Elsewhere Classified(040699)||70|
|Environmental Engineering Not Elsewhere Classified(090799)||30|
Body relevant to professional practice.
- Fellow - Australian Mathematical Society
- Fellow - Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (UK)
ARC - Engineering and Environmental Sciences (Australia)