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||Istvan Kiss (Sussex)||
Formulating exact and approximate epidemic models on networks
(with tutorial exercises!)
|12.30pm||Luke Heaton (Oxford)||Growth and transport in fungal networks|
|2.15pm||Rebecca Hoyle (Surrey)||Quantitative genetics and maternal effects|
|3.15pm||Samuel Johnson (Imperial)||Modelling food-web structure without niche dimensions|
|3.45pm||COFFEE / TEA|
|4.15pm||Neville Boon (Surrey)||Foot stomping in myosin-V the molecular motor|
|4.45pm||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.