|Thursday, 14 May 1998, at 4 p.m.|
|Peter Craig||University of Durham|
|Forecasting and decision-making for hydrocarbon reservoirs and other complex spatial-temporal systems|
|Judi Pawitan||University College Dublin|
|Estimation of the parameters of non-Gaussian non-minimum phase convolution models|
|Thursday, 18 June 1998 , at 4 p.m.|
|Ottar N. Bjornstadt||University of Oslo, Norway.|
|Statistical Population Dynamics in animals with complicated life cycle: two case studies|
|Cees Diks||University of Kent|
|Estimating invariants of noisy attractors|
Information on TIMSAC can be found on:
This (rescheduled) one day meeting partially funded by the LMS is part of the EU TMR Network on Spatially Extended Dynamical Systems. The first talk will start at 11.30 a.m., and subject to confirmation speakers will include Ahn (Cambridge), Chate (Saclay), Daems (Cambridge) and Stark (UCL).
All are welcome. For further information contact Professor Paul Glendinning ( P.A.Glendinning@qmw.ac.uk).
A joint meeting of the Irish Mathematical Society and the London
Scientific Societies Lecture Theatre, New Burlington Place (off Saville Row), London W1, May 22-23, 1998.
|Friday May 22, 1998|
|14.15||Linda Keen (CUNY)|
|Deformations of Kleinian Groups|
|15.30||Anthony G. O'Farrell (National University of Ireland Maynooth)|
|Some approximation problems and theorems|
|17.00||Bodil Branner (Technical University of Denmark)|
|Surgery in holomorphic dynamics|
|18.30 for 19.00|| Reception and Dinner at Chuen Cheng Ku Restaurant,
17 Wardour Street, London W1|
(cost 19.00 pounds each).
|Saturday May 23, 1998|
|9.15||Ricardo Perez-Marco (Orsay, Paris & UCLA)|
|Singular holomorphic dynamics|
|10.45||Shaun Bullett (Queen Mary & Westfield College, London)|
|Dynamics of holomorphic correspondences|
|12.00||Jean-Christophe Yoccoz (College de France)|
|The modular group and the Brjuno function|
Those wishing to attend the dinner should inform Miss Susan M. Oakes, London Mathematical Society, 57-58 Russell Square, London WC1B 4HP, enclosing a cheque for 19 pounds sterling payable to the London Mathematical Society to arrive no later than Tuesday 19th of May or (for Irish visitors) consult with Richard M. Timoney at Trinity College Dublin.
There are limited funds available to help support research students attending the meeting.
Queries should be addressed to S.R.Bullett@qmw.ac.uk (Shaun Bullett) or email@example.com (Richard M. Timoney).
A half-day workshop on Nonlinear Pulmonary and Cardiovascular Fluid Flows will be held at the University of Surrey on Wednesday 3rd June, organised by David Gammack. It is supported by a grant from the London Mathematical Society.
The workshop will have a talk by a leading expert, Professor T. Pedley FRS (Cambridge), and the remainder of the talks will be given by Postdoctoral Fellows and Postgraduate Students. Scheduled talks include Andrew Hazel (Cambridge), Matthias Heil (Cambridge) and Susan Todd (Surrey). All interested participants are welcome and some funds are available to help with travel costs. Further information can be obtained by contacting the organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org and updated information, including abstracts of talks and directions to the university, will be posted on the web at http://www.eim.surrey.ac.uk/maths/research/maths/Centre.html.
This one-day workshop at the School of Mathematical Sciences, QMW, London, will look at aspects of the theory and application of dynamics of skew product systems. The main topics of the workshop include random dynamical systems, systems under the influence of chaotic, quasiperiodic or periodic forces, coupled systems, group extensions of dynamical systems, central limit theorems, ergodicity, mixing, decay of correlations, statistical mechanics and thermodynamic formalism.
Speakers will include:
In addition, there will be short talks and discussion groups by participants. Talks will start at 11am in the Mathematics Building, room M103. The nearest underground station is Stepney Green.
This meeting is supported by a scheme 3 grant of the London Mathematical Society (Joint Research Group in the dynamics of skew product systems) and by the Mathematics Research Centre at QMW. Limited funds for travel within the UK are available.
If you would like to participate, send an e-mail to email@example.com or write to Dr. C. Beck, School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary and Westfield College, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, UK. In case you would like to contribute a short talk, please provide a title and an abstract.
I have received funding from the Theoretical Division of the National Institutes of Health to sponsor a short two day workshop on Periodic Orbit Theory in Biology.
My desire is to take the evolving applications of this physics theory to biological experiments, and present it to a small group of theorists and experimentalists (less than 40) who would have significant insight into both the potential implications and limitations of this approach. My desire is to have eight speakers per day over two days, with substantial time for discussion. There will be a poster session as well, and I invite everyone attending who is not speaking to present aspects of their dynamical work in this format - I will make sure that the poster session is a serious one. I hope that in the wake of such a meeting, that new experimental and theoretical work would be initiated, as well as new collaborations.
Confirmed speakers and participants thus far include: Celso Grebogi, Ed Ott, Frank Moss, Jim Collins, Mark Spano, Paso So, Tim Sauer, Lou Pecora, Tom Carrol, Ying-Cheng Lai, Peter Schmelcher, Henri Korn, Eric Kostelich, Juergen Kurths, Michel Le Van Quyen, and Predrag Cvitanovic.
This meeting would be held at the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Studies at the George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, close to the Washington DC airports and the University of Maryland.
I am hoping to produce a well focused workshop on what is (should be) one of the more exciting aspects of overlap between theoretical physics and dynamical biology.
Steven J. Schiff
Associate Director, Center for Neuroscience
Children's Research Institute
Children's National Medical Center
111 Michigan Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20010
Neural Dynamics Laboratory, Rm R102-3
Tel: 202-884-3755 (Office)
Secretary: Ms. Gail Cain (202-884-3735)
The International Centre for Mathematical Sciences will be running a five-day workshop in Edinburgh, September 14th-19th, 1998. The intention is to bring together mathematicians and mathematical physicists with interests in integrability and its applications. The general objectives are:
Organisers: H.W. Braden, D.B. Fairlie, I. Krichever, I.A.B. Strachan, G. Wilson.
Further information and registration forms are available from the ICMS Web site at: http://www.ma.hw.ac.uk/icms/ or from the ICMS, 14 India Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6EZ, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for the discussion of developments in nonlinear science, making special efforts to promote connections between the deterministic and stochastic communities. The meeting will review both theory and its applications and bring together experts from the international community.
The last few years have brought an enormous increase in the number of scientists working on nonlinear problems and many important new phenomena have been discovered. The time is ripe to bring together experts from the hitherto largely distinct traditions of deterministic dynamical systems and stochastic nonlinear processes. Practical applications of fundamental results in these areas are beginning to appear across the entire spectrum of science. The interdisciplinary nature of this work means that while communication between researchers is vital it is difficult to achieve because of the range of scientific cultures involved. A central aim of the conference therefore, will be to build bridges between the communities by promoting themes of common interest.
The conference will draw on international invited speakers selected for their ability to span gaps, address a wide audience, see connections, and help to integrate related results coming from far-flung parts of the subject area. It will take place in Ambleside, in the heart of the English Lake District. There are few competing attractions apart from the outstanding natural beauty of the mountains and lakes, and it is expected that some of the most useful scientific interactions will take place after or between the stimuli provided by the formal sessions, while participants are walking on the hills or enjoying Lake Windemere.