PANDA (Pattern Formation, Nonlinear Dynamics and Applications)

10 years on

Friday 20th January 2012

Dept of Applied Mathematics, University of Leeds

The first PANDA (Pattern Formation, Nonlinear Dynamics and Applications) workshop of the 2011-12 series will be held in the School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, on Friday 20th January 2012. There is a broad 'theme', combining a retrospective on the last ten years and a perspective on the next.

These meetings combine pedagogical talks with research-level presentations; research students and post-docs are warmly encouraged to attend. There is limited funding available to defray travel expenses. We may also be able to make a contribution towards childcare expenses incurred specifically for the purpose of attending the meeting.

Programme

10:30
Coffee


11:00
Suzanne Fielding
Durham
Nonlinear dynamics and rheology of biologically active fluids
11:30
Gustav Delius
York
Waves induced by demographic stochasticity
12:00
Jonathan Dawes
Bath
Nonlinear dynamics in continuum mechanics: current challenges and future opportunities
1:00
Lunch


3:00
Rachel Taylor
Heriot-Watt
Analysis of a predator-prey model with a seasonally forced prey growth rate
3:30
Thomas Wagenknecht
Leeds
Two different ways to kill homoclinic snakes
4:00
Tea


The meeting will begin at 11:00 and will finish with tea at around 4:00. Coffee will be available beforehand in the Level 9 Common Room in the School of Mathematics.

If you are planning to come to the meeting, please do let me know.

Please circulate this announcement to anyone who may be interested in coming.

For further details, contact Alastair Rucklidge (A.M.Rucklidge at leeds.ac.uk).

The PANDA network is organised by Rebecca Hoyle (Surrey), Jon Dawes (Bath), Paul Matthews (Nottingham) and Alastair Rucklidge (Leeds), and is supported by a London Mathematical Society Scheme 3 grant, for which we are grateful.

If you would like to be added to the PANDA mailing list please let one of the network organisers know.

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Directions

The meeting will be held in the MALL, Level 8, in the School of Mathematics. Please see the School of Mathematics Visit Us page for Campus Maps and more information. Coffee before the workshop will be in the Level 9 Common Room.


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