The well defined problem is a half-solved problem.

Peter Hristov is an experienced researcher in the “Future Cities” research group at the GATE Institute.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering (2014) from the University of Liverpool. His dissertation was granted the annual “Best Student Project” award of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). Peter obtained his doctoral degree in 2018, after defending his thesis, titled “Numerical modelling and uncertainty quantification of biodiesel filters” at the University of Liverpool.
Since 2018 Peter has been working as a post-doctoral research assistant in the area of computational engineering and uncertainty quantification, at the “Institute for Risk and Uncertainty” in the UK, where he develops computational methods applicable to the industrial context. Since 2021 he works at the GATE Institute as part of their knowledge and skill transfer programme.
His research interests span the fields of computational and numerical modelling, uncertainty quantification, computer model-based certification and aerospace design.