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Applied Mathematics Seminars

Organiser: Thomas Hudson

Seminars are held on Fridays at 12:00 in Room B3.02 in the Zeeman Building unless otherwise indicated.

Term 2 2017/18

Week Date Speaker Title
1 12 Jan Markus Schmuck (Heriot Watt) Homogenization of Thermodynamic and Electrochemical Systems
2 19 Jan Per-Gunnar Martinsson (Oxford) Fast Direct Solvers for Linear Elliptic PDEs
3 26 Jan Michael Tretyakov (Nottingham) Uncertainty Quantification for moving boundary problems
4 2 Feb Clarice Poon (Cambridge) Multi-dimensional Sparse Super-resolution
5 9 Feb Zofia Trstanova (Edinburgh) TBA
6 16 Feb Lorna Ayton (Cambridge) TBA
7 23 Feb Geneviève Dusson (Warwick) Error estimation for eigenvalue problems arising from electronic structure calculation
8 2 Mar Vadim Biktashev (Exeter) TBA
9 9 Mar Jey Sivaloganathan (Bath) TBA
10 16 Mar TBA TBA

Term 1 2017/18

Week Date Speaker Title
1 6 Oct Livio Gibelli (Warwick) A mean field kinetic theory approach to liquid-vapor flows at the micro/nano scale
2 13 Oct Oliver Sheehan (Imperial) Solving PDEs on triangles with multivariate orthogonal polynomials
3 20 Oct Melina Freitag (Bath) Balanced model order reduction for linear random dynamical systems driven by Lévy noise
4 27 Oct Lucia de Luca (TUM) Variational analysis for dipoles of topological singularities in two dimensions
5 3 Nov Greg Pavliotis (Imperial) Long time behaviour and phase transitions for the McKean-Vlasov equation
6 10 Nov Manuel Friedrich (Vienna) Carbon geometries as optimal configurations
7 17 Nov Matt Thorpe (Cambridge) Analysis of p-Laplacian Regularization in Semi-Supervised Learning
8 24 Nov Dante Kalise (Imperial) A computational hierarchy for the optimisation and control of collective behaviour phenomena
9 1 Dec Valentin Sulzer (Oxford) Electrochemical modelling of batteries for off-grid energy storage systems
10 8 Dec Tobias Grafke (Warwick) Non-equilibrium self-organization of motile bacteria

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See also:
Mathematics Research Centre
Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick (MIR@W)
Past Events 
Past Symposia 

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Mathematics Research Centre
Zeeman Building
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL - UK
E-mail:
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