Applied Mathematics Seminar

Applied Mathematics seminars are held in room 119 of the Michael Atiyah Building (MAB), normally at 2:00pm on Thursdays, unless  explicitly stated otherwise. All are welcome at these seminars.

Spring Term 2015-16

14.01.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Roman Schubert

University of Bristol

The Quantum Normal Form approach to Transition State Theory of Chemical Reactions

21.01.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Gennady El

Loughborough University

Semi-classical focusing nonlinear Schrödinger equation and the generation of rogue waves

28.01.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Marco Discacciati

Loughborough University

Coupling fluid and porous-media flows: modelling and numerical methods

04.02.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Oana Pocovnicu

Maxwell Institute & Heriot-Watt University

Probabilistic global well-posedness of the energy-critical defocusing nonlinear wave equation below the energy space

18.02.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Professor Clotilde Fermanian-Kammerer

CNRS & Université Paris Est

A kinetic model for the transport of electrons in graphene

25.02.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

TBA

03.03.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Rafel Bordas

University of Oxford

TBA

10.03.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Joanne Dunster

University of Reading

TBA

17.03.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Professor Demetrios Papageorgiou

Imperial College London

TBA

28.04.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Professor Peter Ashwin

University of Exeter

TBA

05.05.2016

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Kristoffer Van Der Zee

University of Nottingham

TBA

Autumn Term 2015-16

01.10.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Paolo Antonelli

GSSI

Quantum Hydrodynamic Systems and applications to superfluidity at finite temperatures

08.10.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Professor Jonathan Hirst

University of Nottingham

Molecular simulation: partitioning, parameters and properties

15.10.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Jan Palczewski

University of Leeds

Real options approach for valuation and control of electricity storage

22.10.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Peter Giesl

University of Sussex

Meshless collocation in Dynamical Systems: construction of Lyapunov functions and contraction metrics

29.10.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Gantumur Tsogtgerel

McGill University

On analysis of discrete exterior calculus

05.11.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Alexandra Dias

University of Leicester

The economic value of controlling for large losses in portfolio selection

12.11.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Mitya Pushkin

University of York

How swimming microorganisms stir the environment

26.11.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Professor Ranjit Upadhyay

Indian School of Mines

Deterministic Chaos: An Ecological Reality?

03.12.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Katrin Leschke

University of Leicester

Quaternionic Holomorphic Geometry

10.12.2015

2.00 pm

MAB 119

Dr. Andreas Dedner

University of Warwick

A posteriori estimates for conservation laws

2014-15, Term- 2, Applied Mathematics Seminars

29.01.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Prof. José Antonio Carrillo de la Plata

Imperial College London

Stability and Pattern formation in Nonlocal Interaction Models

5.02.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Ricardo Silva

University College London

Nodes from the Underground: Predicting traffic volumes and effects of shocks in the London transportation network

12.02.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Prof. Panagiotis Chatzipantelidis

University of Crete

On the positivity preservation of finite element based discrete schemes for the heat equation

19.02.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Prof. Konstantinos Chrysafinos

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Error estimates for optimal control problems related to the Navier-Stokes equations

23.02.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Vitaliy Kurlin

Durham University, UK

Topological Data Analysis. Applications to Computer Vision

26.02.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Gabriel Barrenechea

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Stabilising some inf-sup stable pairs on anisotropic quadrilateral meshes

5.03.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Andrey Mudrov

University of Leicester,

Equivariant deformation quantization

19.03.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Konstantin Blyuss

University of Sussex

Symmetric dynamics in models of multi-strain infections

26.03.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Aihua Zhang

University of Leicester

On the effects of changing mortality patterns on investment, labour and consumption under uncertainty

7.05.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Murad Banaji

University of Portsmouth

Some results on nonexpansive dynamical systems with applications to chemical reaction networks

28.05.2015

2.00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Luca Borger

Swansey University

Modelling stationarity, diffusivity and individual variability in animal movement

2014-15, Term- 1, Applied Mathematics Seminars

02.10.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Prof. Andy Wathen

University of Oxford

Solvers for PDE-constrained Optimization.

09.10.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Robert Low

Coventry University

Birth and death in Lineland

23.10.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Mariya Ptashnyk

University of Dundee

Homogenization of oxygen transport in biological tissues

27.10.2014

4:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Richard Everitt

University of Reading

Evidence estimation for Markov random fields: a triply intractable problem

06.11.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Konstantin Blyuss

University of Sussex

Symmetric dynamics in models of multi-strain infections

13.11.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Huiling Le

University of Nottingham

Long Term Behaviour of Frechet Means in the Space of Phylogenetic Trees

20.11.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Prof. Terry Lyons

University of Oxford

Rough paths, signatures and the modelling of functions on streams

27.11.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Axel Rossberg

CEFAS and Queen's University Belfast

Management for maximum sustainable yield from a community of interacting fish species

04.12.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Prof. David Applebaum

University of Sheffield

Differential Equations Driven by Random Noise

11.12.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Alex Clark

University of Leicester

Strange Attractors

2013-14, Term- 2, Applied Mathematics Seminars

30.01.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Andy White

Harriott-Watt University

Disease-mediated replacement of native species: UK red/grey squirrels as a case study.

06.02.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Thilo Gross

University of Bristol

The Magical Red Arrow: the search for locality in networks

 

13.02.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Prof. Simon Chandler-White

University of Reading

Acoustic Scattering by Screens: computation and analysis

 

20.02.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Prof. Fionn Murtagh

De Montfort University

New Science of Data Analytics, based on the Geometry and Topology of Complex Hierarchic Systems: Application to Search and Discovery, and to Textual Narrative

27.02.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr Dan Lawson

University of Bristol

Statistical Calculations at Scale Using Machine Learning Algorithms and Emulation

06.03.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Agisialos Athanasoulis

University of Leicester

Phase Space Techniques for the Macroscopic Study of Wave Propagation, and applications to singular flow.

13.03.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Elena Panteley

Laboratoire des signaux et systemes, Paris

TBA

20.03.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Christian Kreuzer

Ruhr-Universitat Bochum

TBA

20.03.2014

3:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Anton Lee

University of Warwick

TBA

 

27.03.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Sofia Massa

University of Oxford

Graphical Models of high-dimensional data

01.05.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Ivana Gudelj

Univeristy of Exeter

TBA

08.05.2014

2:00 pm

Michael_Atiyah

Building 119

Dr. Sebastian Wieczorek

University of Exeter

TBA

 

 

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