UK Nonlinear News
Issue Twenty Eight: May 2002
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Meetings and Conferences
- Conference Announcements.
- Warwick Symposium on Geometry,
Mechanics and Symmetry (September 2001-July 2002, University of
- Oxford-Princeton Workshop on
(10-11 May 2002, Oxford University).
- Southern Bifurcation Group Meeting on
Geometry, Dynamics and
Bifurcation. (10-11 May 2002, University of Southampton)
- Foams, Fluids and Liquid Crystals:
The Complexity of Fluid Motion.
(13th May 2002, University of Manchester)
- Nonlinear Phenomena in
Complex Systems (Chaos, Fractals, Phase Transition, Self-organization)
(14-17 May 2002, Belarus, Minsk)
- Fronts, Fluctuations &
Growth (19-24 May 2002, University of Michigan, USA)
- LMS Invited Lectures 2002 Random
matrices, random permutations and matrix integrals
(June 2002, University of Leeds)
- One-day Workshop on Differential
Forms and their relatives in numerics. (7 June 2002,
University of Surrey)
- GRC on Theoretical Biology &
Biomathematics (9-14 June 2002, Tilton School, New Hampshire,
- Euroattractor2002 -
European Interdisciplinary School on Nonlinear Dynamics for System and
Signal Analysis (18-27 June 2002, Warsaw, Poland)
- Pattern Formation and
Nonlinear Dynamics (25th June 2002, University of Surrey).
- 5th International Summer School/Conference: Let's
Face Chaos Through Nonlinear Dynamics
(30 June - 14 July 2002, University of Maribor, Slovenia)
- Numerical Methods for Nonlinear
Dynamics & Bifurcations
(1-3 July 2002, University of Bristol).
- Biomathematics Euro Summer
School: Dynamical Systems in Physiology and Medicine
(8-19 July 2002, Urbino, Italy)
- Society for Mathematical
Biology 2002 Annual Meeting (14-16 July 2002,
University of Tennessee in Knoxville, USA)
- XXII Dynamics Days Europe 2002
(15-19 July 2002, Heidelberg, Germany)
- Tenth International
Congress on Computational and Applied Mathematics (22-26 July 2002,
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
- Microscopic Chaos and
Transport in Many-Particle Systems (Workshop 12-18 August 2002,
Seminar 5 - 25 August 2002, Max Planck Institute for Physics of Complex
Systems, Dresden, Germany)
- The 7th Experimental Chaos Conference (25-29
August 2002, San Diego, USA)
- Summer School
on "Cell migration and adhesion: the interface
with tissue engineering" (2-6 September 2002, University of
Nottingham) and 3rd Mathematics in Medicine Study Group
(9-13 September 2002, University of Nottingham).
- Dynamical Methods for
(4-7 September 2002, Castillo de la Mota, Valladolid, Spain)
- Program on Bio-molecular
Networks (6 January - 28 March 2003, University of California Santa
- 2002 and 2003 Dynamics Days
- Conference Listing.
- A comprehensive listing of mathematics conferences is
maintained by the American
- A list of Dynamical Systems Conferences is available at SUNY
- A Dynamics
Calendar is maintained at Muenchen (Germany).
Mathematics and Computer Science Conferences Database.
- The SIAM
Conference Schedule is a listing of meetings and
conferences organised by SIAM.
Symposia Web Site.
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