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Mathematics of sea ice phenomena

21st August 2017 to 20th December 2017

Organisers: Daniel Feltham (University of Reading), Alexander Korobkin (East Anglia), Emilian Parau (East Anglia), Frank Smith (University College London) and Vernon Squire (Otago)

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Growth, form and self-organisation in living systems

16th October 2017 to 20th October 2017

This workshop, closely related to D’Arcy Thompson’s legacy, will focus on recent advances, mathematical challenges, and promising new directions in research on mathematical aspects of form in living  systems. Stochastic models and topological approaches, including  knot theory, have been employed to study shape evolution, for example the structure of the DNA. Cellular and developmental biology have recently seen a surge in the use of mathematical models and new conceptual frameworks for problems such as the self-organisation of the cytoskeleton or gradients of morphogens in embryos.

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Coming Soon

October 2017   Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Workshop
October 2017   INI - SLB Satellite Workshop - Application of Optimal Transport Satellite
October 2017   Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Workshop
November 2017   Ice-structure interaction Workshop
November 2017   Sea Ice - Structure Interaction Satellite
November 2017   Shape analysis and computational anatomy Workshop
November 2017   Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Workshop
November 2017   Form in art, toys and games Workshop
December 2017   Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Workshop
December 2017   Ice fracture and cracks Workshop
December 2017   Mathematics of Imaging and Vision Workshop
December 2017   INI - SLB Satellite Workshop - Machine Learning in for Acquisition Systems Satellite
December 2017   Flows, mappings and shapes Workshop
January 2018   Uncertainty quantification for complex systems: theory and methodologies Programme
January 2018   Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Workshop
January 2018   Statistical scalability Programme
January 2018   Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Workshop
February 2018   Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Workshop
March 2018   Reduced dimension algorithms for UQ in complex systems Workshop
March 2018   Statistics of geometric features and new data types Workshop
April 2018   UQ for inverse problems in complex systems Workshop
April 2018   Big Data challenges: heterogeneity, model misspecification and changepoints Satellite

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