UK Nonlinear News
Issue Twenty One: August 2000
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Recent Theses, Jobs, and Publishers' Announcements
- Situations Vacant in Non-Linear
(MASIE Studentships, National University of Ireland,
University College London, University of York)
- Postdoctoral Positions
(MASIE Postdoctoral Fellowships, Univeristy of Bristol/Loughborough,
University of Florida,
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University of Warwick)
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Nonlinear News may carry reviews of these
books in future issues).
- A listing of publishers' announcements carried in
previous issues of UK Nonlinear News
Meetings, Conferences and Events
Meetings and Conferences
- Conference Announcements.
- Travelling Fronts and
Patterns (1st Spetember 2000, University of Surrey)
Workshop on Fluctuations and
Superfluidity (2nd - 3rd September
2000, Lancaster, UK)
Short Instructional Course in
Mathematical Biology (4th - 8th
September 2000, University of Nottingham)
and Unstable Motions in Hamiltonian
Systems (5th - 9th September 2000,
Mathematics in Medicine Study Group (11th
- 15th September 2000, University of
International Conference on Asynchronous
Learning Networks (3rd-5th November
2000, University of Maryland)
- Evolutionary Epidemiology
of Strain Structure in Pathogen Populations,
(15-16th January 2001, Warwick).
Systems (July to December 2001,
Newton Institute, Cambridge)
- Conference Listing.
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