Organisers: Thomas Hudson and Susana Gomes
Virtual seminars in Term 3
Seminars are held on Fridays 12:00-13.00. In term 3 they will be held on MS Teams. We will provide a direct link to the Applied Maths Seminar team via email, but it will also be “public”, so can be found via the “Join or create team” interface. Once you have joined the team, you will receive an Outlook invitation to the seminar itself, and all you will have to do is join the meeting at the right time, either via the browser or app interface (see recent emails to the staff mailing list and this page, accessible to staff for more info).
How we will run the virtual seminars:
- Please join the calls muted and without video to avoid interrupting and increase video quality.
- You will be added to the meeting as an attendee. This means you can't share screens but you should be able to share video and sound. If you want to ask a question during the presentation, you can unmute yourself and ask it - just make sure you mute your microphone after (Susana or Tom will check for this too).
- After the seminar, we will have oral questions: we will invite people to unmute themselves (and turn on their video) in turn.
|30||24 Apr||Gissell Estrada-Rodriguez (UPMC)||
Macroscopic description of bio-inspired strategies for swarm robotic systems
|31||1 May||Marc Pradas (Open University)||
Controlling droplets with dynamic size on smooth surfaces
|32||8 May||No Seminar||Early May Bank Holiday|
|33||15 May||Ferran Brosa Planella (Warwick WMG)||Asymptotic methods for lithium-ion battery models|
|34||22 May||Maria Bruna (Cambridge)||
Reactions, Diffusion and Volume Exclusion in a Heterogeneous System of Interacting Particles
|35||29 May||Michela Ottobre (Heriot-Watt)||Uniform in time approximations of stochastic differential equations|
|36||5 June||Teaching discussion|
|37||12 June||Nikos Katzourakis (Reading)||
Inverse optical tomography through PDE constrained optimisation in L-infinity
|38||19 June||Goncalo dos Reis (Edinburgh)||Numerics schemes for McKean Vlasov Equations|
|39||26 June||Marya Bazzi (ATI/Warwick)
||Community detection in time-dependent multilayer networks|
|1||4 Oct||Guanglian Li (Groningen)||
Multiscale Model Reduction for Heterogeneous Problems
|2||11 Oct||Melvin Leok (UCSD)||The Connections Between Discrete Geometric Mechanics, Information Geometry and Machine Learning|
|3||18 Oct||Elena Luca (UCSD)||Mixed boundary value problems for slow viscous flows: new transform methods and applications|
|4||25 Oct||Fiona Macfarlane (St Andrews)||A stochastic individual-based model to explore the immune response against solid tumours|
|5||1 Nov||Alice Thompson (Manchester)||
Bubble propagation in modified Hele-Shaw channels
|6||8 Nov||Shreyas Mandre (Warwick)||Functional interpretation of the transverse arches of the human foot|
|7||15 Nov||Priya Subramanian (Oxford)||
Formation and Spatial Localization of Phase Field Quasicrystals
|8||22 Nov||Andrew Krause (Oxford)||
Heterogeneity in Space and Time: Novel Dispersion Relations in Morphogenesis
|9||29 Nov||Yuji Nakatsukasa (Oxford)||Computing with rational functions: Best and near-best rational approximation via adaptive barycentric representation|
|10||6 Dec||Timo Betcke (UCL)||
Modern CPU/GPU based algorithms for the solution of boundary integral equations
|15||10 Jan||Annalisa Iuorio (RICAM/Vienna)||Interplay of water and toxicity in vegetation pattern formation|
|16||17 Jan||Ed Brambley (Warwick)||
Summation By Parts: Half way between Finite Differences and Finite Elements?
|17||24 Jan||Raphael Hauser (Oxford)||MOSES: A Streaming Algorithm for Linear Dimensionality Reduction|
|18||31 Jan||Nikos Savva (Cardiff/Cyprus Institute)||
Droplet dynamics in heterogeneous environments
|19||7 Feb||Alex Wray (Strathclyde)||
Low-order modelling of thick flows
|20||14 Feb||cancelled||due to speaker illness|
due to strike
|22||28 Feb||Benedikt Wirth (Muenster)||
Optimal energy scaling for branched transport networks
|23||6 Mar||Doireann O'Kiely (Limerick)||
Moving out of plane: models for wrinkling and buckling
|24||13 Mar||Bernd Schmidt (Augsburg)||
On the Stability of Objective Structures
Where possible, visitors should obtain an EDUROAM account from their own university to enable internet access whilst at Warwick.
You can register for any of the symposia or workshops online. To see which registrations are currently open and to submit a registration, please click here.
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