The theme of the meeting will be Patterns and nonlinear dynamics in biology
The first two talks are of a pedagogical nature and are aimed generally at research students in applied mathematics.
|10.30||COFFEE (in central core)|
|11.00||Ray Goldstein (Cambridge)||Physical aspects of evolutionary transitions to multicellularity|
|12.00||Ruth Baker (Oxford)||Propagating pattern formation in developmental biology|
|2.30||Tiina Roose (Oxford)||Network development in biological gels and its role in lymphatic vessel development|
|3.00||Frank Marten (Bristol)||Modelling EEG activity in patients with absence seizures|
|3.50||Nikola Venkov (Nottingham)||Modelling electrocortical activity through integral neural field equations|
|4.20||Jim McElwaine (Cambridge)||Washboard road: transition to chaos in sand ripples|
Some funding is available to cover travel expenses of participants, in particular research students who are strongly encouraged to attend and contribute talks.