UK Dynamical Systems Graduate School

Bifurcation, Symmetry and Pattern Formation

7-11th April 2008

Dept of Applied Mathematics, University of Leeds

The final UK Dynamical Systems Graduate School of 2007-08 will be held in the School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, 7-11th April 2008.

Further information can be found on the home page.

The lecturers will be Mikhail Ivanchenko (MI), Paul Matthews (PCM), Alastair Rucklidge (AMR) and Thomas Wagenknecht (TW).

Programme

Monday
2:00
MI
Local Bifurcation Theory 1

3:30
TW
Global Bifurcation Theory 1

5:00

Reception
Tuesday
9:00
MI
Local Bifurcation Theory 2

11:00
AMR
Pattern Formation 1

2:00

Examples/Computer session 1

3:30
TW
Global Bifurcation Theory 2
Wednesday
9:00
AMR
Pattern Formation 2

11:00
TW
Global Bifurcation Theory 3

2:00

Examples/Computer session 2

3:30
AMR
Pattern Formation 3
Thursday
9:00
TW
Global Bifurcation Theory 4

11:00
PCM
Applications and Examples 1: All-to-all Coupled Systems

2:00
PCM
Applications and Examples 2: Pattern Formation with Continuous Symmetries

4:00
MI
Applications and Examples 3: Complete Chaotic Synchronisation

6:30

School Dinner at Sous le Nez
Friday
10:30

PANDA workshop: Coupled Cell and Network Dynamics

11:00
Mikhail Ivanchenko (Leeds)
Patterns of synchrony: from two cells towards a crowd

12:00
Jonathan Dawes (Cambridge)
Robust Heteroclinic Cycles

2:00
Chris Taylor (Cambridge)
Pattern formation in lattice dynamical systems

2:30
Eddie Wilson (Bristol)
Lattice equation models for highway traffic: macroscopic properties and the connection to empirical patterns

3:00
Alfonso Castrejon Pita (Oxford)
Experimental and numerical synchronization of baroclinic chaos

3:30
Gabor Orosz (Exeter)
Learning spatiotemporal codes in coupled oscillator systems

4:00
Sandhya Patidar (Loughborough)
An analytical approach to the collective dynamics in the neural networks


Details of course content

Local Bifurcation Theory: Global Bifurcation Theory: Pattern Formation: Applications and Examples 1: All-to-all coupled systems Applications and Examples 2: Pattern formation with continuous symmetries Applications and Examples 3: Complete chaotic synchronization:
For further details, contact Alastair Rucklidge (A.M.Rucklidge at leeds.ac.uk).


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