The theme of the meeting will be Localised pattern formation
The first talk will be of a pedagogical nature and aimed generally at research students in applied mathematics.
|10.30am||COFFEE (4 West cafe)|
|11.00am||Edgar Knobloch (Berkeley)||Localised states: an overview|
|12.00pm||Andrew Dean (Nottingham)||Exponential asymptotics of homoclinic snaking in the Swift-Hohenberg equation|
|12.30pm||Steve Houghton (Leeds)||Swift-Hohenberg equation with broken cubic-quintic nonlinearity|
|2.30pm||Alexander Mikhailov (Leeds)||Wave fronts and soliton webs - exact solutions of the 2D Volterra chain|
|3.00pm||Jonathan Sherratt (Heriot-Watt)||The separation distance in source-sink pairs in the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation|
|3.30pm||Matthew Buckley (Newcastle)||Localised states in magnetoconvection|
|4.00pm||Soumendu Jana (Strathclyde)||Moving and colliding localised states and localised patterns|
|4.30pm||COFFEE AND DISCUSSION|
Limited funding is available to cover travel expenses of participants, in particular research students who are strongly encouraged to attend and contribute talks. Claim forms will be available on the day.