UK Nonlinear News Issue 77, Dec 2014

News

  • The J. D. Crawford Prize will be awarded at the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (DS15), to be held May 17-21, 2015, in Snowbird, Utah.
    The J. D. Crawford Prize is awarded biennially to one individual for recent outstanding work on a topic in dynamical systems and nonlinear science, as evidenced by a publication in English in a peer-reviewed journal within the four (4) calendar years preceding the year of the award. The term nonlinear science is used in the spirit of the SIAG/DS meetings; specifically it includes dynamical systems theory and its applications as well as experiments and computations.
  • The Jürgen Moser Lecture will be awarded at the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (DS15), to be held May 17-21, 2015, in Snowbird, Utah, USA. The Jürgen Moser Lecture is awarded to an individual who has made distinguished contributions to nonlinear science. The recipient will be requested to deliver the Jurgen Moser lecture.
  • Recent research grants gained by the Lancaster Nonlinear and Biomedical Physics Group include -
    EU Horizon 2020 - European Joint Doctorates COSMOS Complex Oscillatory Systems: Modeling and Analysis

Appointments

  • Rebecca Hoyle (Surrey) is moving to the University of Southampton in January to take up a Chair in Applied Mathematics.

Recent Theses

  • Spase Petkoski "Time-variable parameters and mean frequencies in the Kuramoto model: application to modelling brain dynamics", PhD thesis, Lancaster University, 2014.
  • Dmytro Iatsenko "Nonlinear Mode Decomposition: theory and applications", PhD thesis, Lancaster University, 2014.

Jobs

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Postgraduate opportunities: Leeds  Warwick  Surrey

Meetings, Conferences and Events

Conference Listing by date

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Issue Seventy-eight: March 2015

Issue Seventy-eight is scheduled for March 2015. Submission of news (new courses, meetings, conferences, new appointments, jobs, new research directions etc.), comments or articles about any aspect of nonlinearity in the UK are very welcome and should arrive by 10 March 2015.