The morning talks will be of a pedagogical nature and aimed generally at post-docs and research students in applied mathematics.
Programme (incomplete, timings might change):
|10.30am||COFFEE (4 West cafe)|
|11.00am||Tanniemola Liverpool (Bristol)||
Synchronization and liquid crystalline order in soft active materials.
|12.00pm||Sebastian Wieczorek (Exeter)||Rate-induced bifurcations: critical rates, non-obvious thresholds, and adaptation failure. Abstract|
|2.30pm||Clare Perryman (Exeter):||Can we adapt to a changing environment? Banded instability thresholds for rate-induced bifurcations. Abstract|
|3.00pm||Wayne Arter (CCFE)||Fitting dynamical systems to data - preliminary results using the Ensemble Kalman Filter.|
|3.30pm||COFFEE / TEA|
|4.00pm||Ivan Ovsyannikov (Imperial)||An analytic proof of Lorenz-like attractors in continuous and discrete time models. Abstract|
|4.30pm||Gabriela Gomes (Gulbenkian Inst)||An organizing centre for serotype competition and vaccine effects in pneumococcus dynamics|
|5.00pm||DISCUSSION AND REFRESHMENTS|
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.