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Mathematical modelling for environmental challenges


With the current environmental challenges it is crucial to take action in order to achieve a sustainable future, and mathematical modelling will play a central role in understanding and tackling such issues.

In this workshop we will hear about the most recent mathematical advances on three particular themes related to environmental challenges: natural flows, decontamination and energy.

Confirmed speakers

Dates & Venue

The workshop will take place on the 21st and 22nd of March 2024 at the Zeeman Building of the University of Warwick.

If you wish to attend online, contact one of the organisers (Ball, Brosa Planella, Luckins) and we can send a link.

Workshop schedule

The workshop schedule and list of abstracts is now available hereLink opens in a new window.


The registration link is now closed. Lunch on the first day will be provided, but attendees will have to arrange travel and accommodation themselves.


The workshop will take place in the Zeeman Building (room B3.02Link opens in a new window) of the University of Warwick.


The closest train station is Coventry, from which you can take the 12X bus to campus. If you are in one of the slow trains, you can stop at Canley which is a 20-25 minute walk away from campus. Check this website for more information on how to arrive to campus.

Accommodation is not provided, so those wanting to stay overnight can make their own arrangements. There is limited on-campus accommodation, which can be booked through Warwick ConferencesLink opens in a new window. Other options are available in Coventry and in Kenilworth, which is 10 minutes away from campus on the 11 bus.


This workshop is organised by Thomasina Ball, Ellen Luckins and Ferran Brosa Planella, and funded by the London Mathematical SocietyLink opens in a new window, the Institute of Advanced StudyLink opens in a new window and the Warwick Mathematics InstituteLink opens in a new window.