The morning talks will be of a pedagogical nature and aimed generally at post-docs and research students in applied mathematics.
|10.30am||COFFEE (4 West cafe)|
|11.00am||Christian Kuehn (Vienna)||A tour through multiple time scale dynamics|
|12.00pm||Paul Milewski (Bath)||An introduction to wave modelling and droplet zitterbewegung in Faraday experiments|
|2.15pm||Thibaut Putelat (Ecole Polytechnique)||Relative roles of treadmilling and autotaxis for cell motility|
|2.45pm||Christine Venney (Bath)||Some effects of including the next to nearest neighbour in the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam lattice|
|3.15pm||Asma Ismail (Exeter)||A restricted Conley index for constrained robustness of heteroclinic cycles|
|3.45pm||COFFEE / TEA|
|4.15pm||Jonathan Ward (Reading)||Modelling the dynamics of culture|
|4.45pm||Victor Brena-Medina (Bristol)||Pattern formation in a non-homogeneous reaction-diffusion system: a model of plant root hairs|
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.