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Seminars archive

E.g., 2019-02-24
E.g., 2019-02-24
Event Code Date Speaker Seminar Title
ITSW03 4th September 2001 q-Painleve equations arising from a q-version of the modified KP heirarchy
ITSW03 4th September 2001 On the discrete dynamical systems with $W(A^{(1)}_1A^{(1)}_2)$ symmetry
ITSW03 3rd September 2001 Discussion
ITSW03 3rd September 2001 V Sokolov Laplace transform and integrable hyperbolic equations of Liouville type
ITSW03 3rd September 2001 On the zeros of the solitude Baker-Akhiezer function for the Toda chain
ITSW03 3rd September 2001 A new class of integrable quantum lattice systems
ITS 31st August 2001 Nonlinear dynamics on the plane, dispersionless integrable hierarchies and the quasi-classical D-BAR dressing method
SWWW01 31st August 2001 Overview of the issues raised at the programme and the future outlook
SWWW01 31st August 2001 Freak waves in random oceanic sea states
SWWW01 31st August 2001 E Pelinovsky Freak wave phenomenon: theory and simulation
SWWW01 31st August 2001 S Galiev Trans-resonant evolution of standing harmonic waves into travelling jet-soliton waves
SWWW01 31st August 2001 MJ Cooker Flows associated with violent water waves
SWWW01 31st August 2001 Interfacial waves
SWWW01 31st August 2001 Riemann problem for kinematical conservation laws and geometrical features of nonlinear wavefronts
SWWW01 31st August 2001 S Badulin Multi-wave resonances and formation of high-amplitude waves in the ocean
SWWW01 30th August 2001 SG Sajjadi Rapid distortion theory of turbulence over Stokes waves with application to new parameterization for air-sea interactions
SWWW01 30th August 2001 Direct simulation of statistical properties of water wave dynamics
SWWW01 30th August 2001 On the spatial variability of wave spectrum in coastal regions
SWWW01 30th August 2001 Anomalous behaviour of a passive tracer in wave turbulence
SWWW01 30th August 2001 On an instability to longitudinal vortices in strong shear beneath surface gravity waves
SWWW01 30th August 2001 On the nonlinear evolution of an unstable fluid interface
SWWW01 30th August 2001 Resonances between periodic waves and topography in shallow water
SWWW01 30th August 2001 C Kharif About harmonic resonances in short-crested waves
SWWW01 30th August 2001 Three-dimensional oblique steady water waves
SWWW01 30th August 2001 Recent results form experimants on deep-water waves with two- dimensional surface patterns
SWWW01 30th August 2001 A Boussinesq formulation for fully nonlinear and extremely dispersive water waves
SWWW01 29th August 2001 Do three-dimensional solitary waves exist on the ocean surface?
SWWW01 29th August 2001 F Dias On the interaction between free surface waves and internal waves
SWWW01 29th August 2001 A dimension-breaking phenomenon in the theory of gravity-capillary water waves
ITS 29th August 2001 Shallow water waves and normal forms
SWWW01 29th August 2001 Gravity-capillary solitary waves in deep water
SWWW01 29th August 2001 RHJ Grimshaw Coupled KP systems and stability of interfacial solitary waves
SWWW01 29th August 2001 Asymtotic forms for jets formed from large standing waves
SWWW01 29th August 2001 D Chalikov Direct modelling of 2-D and 3-D surface waves
SWWW01 29th August 2001 ME McIntyre Wind-generated water waves: two overlooked mechanisms?
SWWW01 29th August 2001 Deterministic modelling of deep water gravity waves, including driving and dissipation
SWWW01 29th August 2001 The impact of non-linearities on HF radar ocean wave measurement
SWWW01 29th August 2001 Impact of dominant waves on sea drag
SWWW01 28th August 2001 Stokes and his precursors on water wave theory
SWWW01 28th August 2001 Violent water wave impact on walls
SWWW01 28th August 2001 M Brown Freak waves as catastrophes
SWWW01 28th August 2001 E Kuznetsov Cherenkov interaction of vortices with a free surface
SWWW01 28th August 2001 Modelling extreme ocean waves
SWWW01 28th August 2001 The three-dimensional surface structure of the crests of weak spilling breakers
SWWW01 28th August 2001 A new breaking formulation for deterministic wave evolution equations
SWWW01 28th August 2001 M Stiassne Nonlinear interactions of inhomogeneous random water waves
SWWW01 28th August 2001 VE Zakharov Recent achievments in the dynamical and the statistical theory of surface water waves
SWWW01 28th August 2001 Welcome from the Director of the Newton Institute
ITSW02 24th August 2001 Final discussion - What is integrability?
ITSW02 24th August 2001 Representation theory and integrability
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