13th January 2020
Organiser: Robert MacKay
In many domains, one wishes to detect modes of oscillation from observations. This means finding their frequency, damping rate, mode shape and amplitude. Examples to be treated on this day are business cycles, AC power networks, structural engineering, and acoustic oscillations in the sun.
Talks in B3.02 Zeeman building, refreshments in Mathematics common room (1st floor)
12.20-13.00 buffet lunch
13.05-13.15 Robert MacKay, Welcome and Introduction
13.15-14.00 Giovanni Ricco (Economics) Trend and cycles in Economics
14.05-14.50 Janusz Bialek (Engineering, Newcastle) Identification of parameters of power system dynamic model from Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU) data
14.55-15.25 tea break
15.30-16.15 Keith Worden (Engineering, Sheffield) Machine learning and nonlinear normal modes
16.20-17.05 Anne-Marie Broomhall (Physics) Seismology of the Sun and stars
17.10-17.30 Robert MacKay, A new method to infer modes?
17.35-18.15 drinks and nibbles
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