This minisymposium will be split into two parts. First part will introduce theoretical and applied aspects of preconditioning and will be suitable for a broad audience.
We are delighted to have Dr John Curtis of AWE and UCL deliver a short intensive course in Methods of Industrial Mathematics.
The course will provide a good understanding of industrial mathematics from a practitioner, who has first hand experience of working in industry and academia.
We are happy to announce that the Maxwell Institute Graduate School in Analysis and its Applications (MIGSAA) will hold the Summer School in Analysis of PDEs and Fluid Dynamics in the Bayes Centre, Edinburgh, on 23-26 July 2019.
Heriot-Watt will award a honorary degree to Maria J. Esteban on June 21st, the current president of ICIAM and a world leader in the analysis of nonlinear PDES, variational methods and analytical methods in mathematical physics.
We're excited to offer places on our newly funded MAC-MIGS programme!
Kindly organised by Jonas Azzam, this short mini course will be an insight into Cheeger's Theorem in Geometric Measure Theory.
Venue: 5.20 ICMS Lecture Theatre, 5th Floor, 47 Potterow, Edinburgh EH8 9BT.
Time: 9 am - 11 am
Everyone is welcome to the 5th MIGSAA Annual Student Colloquium, to be held on Friday 21 September in The Bayes Center, Ground Floor Lecture Theatre, G.03.
Dates & Venue: Monday 18 June - Friday 22 June 2018 in Lecture Theatre 1, Appleton Tower, 11 Crichton Street, Edinburgh EH8 9LE, UK.
Held in the David Hume Tower, George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9JX, in Lecture Theatre C, from 26th – 29th June 2018 (with Tuesday – Thursday full days and Friday half day), this event promises to be a constructive workshop for PhD students working with SPDEs.
As part of the 6th Scottish PDE Colloquium to be held at the University of Edinburgh May 31st and June 1st, there will be a 2-hour MIGSAA colloquium about PDEs applied to the social sciences aimed at PhD students. See details below:
Time: May 31st, 14:30-17:00, JCMB
John Ball will deliver a series of 16 lectures on Nonlinear Analysis in April and May. Note the different times and venues for the dates.