A key feature of each meeting will be two invited lectures. These will
be of a pedagogical nature and are aimed at research students. Post-doctoral
researchers and research students are warmly encouraged to attend.
|Invited Lecture I:|
|11.00am||Abstract||Michael Proctor||Structures and dynamics in the Ginzburg-Landau|
|Invited Lecture II:|
|12.00pm||Abstract||Ian Melbourne||Validity and universality of the Ginzburg-Landau|
|2.30pm||Abstract||Gabriela Gomes||Pattern formation in populations of antigenically|
|3.00pm||Abstract||Andrew Soward||Global bifurcation to travelling waves with application|
|(Exeter)||to narrow gap spherical Couette flow|
|4.00pm||Abstract||John Norbury||Patterns for inhomogeneous real Ginzburg-Landau|
|4.30pm||Abstract||Razvan Satnoianu||Pattern and form through flow and diffusion: from the|
|(City)||chemical reactor to the shaping of a body|
Information on travel to DAMTP is available here. Due to space restrictions, only speakers will be able to park in the DAMTP car park.
A map of central Cambridge can be found here. Intermediate scale and close-up versions of maps of the immediate surroundings of DAMTP (the original site on Silver Street, not the new Centre for Mathematical Sciences) can be found here and here (DAMTP is label number 3 on this map).
A limited amount of funding is available to cover travel expenses of
participants, in particular research students. Specific enquiries about
this meeting should be addressed to Jon Dawes. More general enquiries should
be sent to Rebecca Hoyle (the LMS grant proposer).
|Dr Rebecca Hoyle||Jonathan Dawes|
|Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics||DAMTP|
|University of Surrey||University of Cambridge|
|Surrey GU2 7XH, UK.||CB3 9EW|
|01483 - 682638||01223 - 337838|
|r dot hoyle at surrey dot ac dot uk||J.H.P.Dawes at damtp dot cam dot ac dot uk|