Previous Applied Mathematics Seminars

Examples of Previous Applied Mathematics Seminars:

Ben Leimkuhler (University of Edinburgh)

Accurate and Efficient Molecular Dynamics-Based Sampling

Umut Cetin (London School of Economics)

Risk aversion of market makers and asymmetric information

Christina Cobbold (University of Glasgow)

Relating diffusion models to patch models using mean first passage time

Vicky Henderson (Oxford Man Institute)

Indivisible Asset Sales, Consumption and Gambling

David Smith (University of Birmingham)

The fluid mechanics of sperm motility

Steve Hales (University of Leicester)

Behavioural finance and its implications for modelling foreign exchange and non-conventional markets

József Z. Farkas (University of Stirling)

Analysis of mathematical models of CI inducing Wolbachia infections

Raymond Brummelhuis (Birkbeck University of London)

Pricing options in exponential Levy models using Radial Basis Function interpolation

Dalia Chakrabarty (University of Leicester)

Learning model parameter vectors given matrix-variate information, using a new matrix-variate Gaussian Process with an application in Astronomy

Stephen Coombes (University of Nottingham)

Interface dynamics in planar neural field models

Thomas Wihler (University of Bern)

Computing the entropy of a large matrix

Roman Buniy

Topological phases in quantum mechanics

Andrea Cangiani (University of Leicester)

The Virtual Element Method

Irene Kyza (FORTH, Crete)

Higher order in time ALE formulations: Stability & Error Analysis

Andrea Moiola (University of Reading)

Trefftz-discontinuous Galerkin methods for time-harmonic wave problems

Tristan Pryer (University of Kent)

Discontinuous Galerkin methods and discrete variational calculus

Prof. Je-Chiang Tsai (National University of Taiwan)

Travelling Waves in Nonlinear Models of Calcium Dynamics

Dr Fotini Karakatsani, BCAM – Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Bilbao, Spain

A posteriori error estimates via reconstruction for time-dependent problems

Dr Edward Codling, University of Essex, UK

Fisheries management strategies and the role of spatial modelling

Ercilia Sousa (University of Coimbra, Portugal)

Numerical solution for transport equations with anomalous diffusion.

Alexander Pogromsky (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)

Pattern generation in diffusive networks: how do those brainless centipedes walk?

Tao Chen (University of Surrey, UK)

Response surface methodology with model prediction uncertainty

Stefan Grosskinsky (University of Warwick)

Genetic demixing at expanding population fronts

Timo Betcke (University of Reading)

Coercivity and Nonnormality of Boundary Integral Operators in Acoustic Scattering

James Sprittle (University of Birmingham)

Microdrop Impact on Spreading on Homo- and Heterogeneous Solid Surfaces

Andrea Cangiani (University of Leicester)

Modelling and Numerical Simulation of Cellular Molecular Signaling

Kostya Trachenko (the Queen Mary University of London, UK)

Understanding Heat Capacity of Liquids and Glass Transition on the Basis of Ellastic Interactions

Mikhail Sadovskii (Krasnoyarsk, Russia)

Chargaff's second Rule and the Global Symmetry in Genomes

Artur Sepp (Big Bank of America Merrill Lynch)

Local Stochastic Volatility Models

Alexander Pogromsky (Eindhoven Universityof Technology, the Netherlands)

Estimation of Topological Entropy via the Direct Lyapunov Method

Denis Goldobin (University of Leicester)

Reliability and Coherence of Oscillators Subject to Noise

Brian Sleeman(University of Leeds)

The Inverse Acoustic Obstacle Scattering Problem, Its Interior Dual and a Question of Invisibility

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