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.
We're delighted that Hiro Oh has organised a short introductory course on Regularity Structures.
Speaker: Ajay Chandra (Imperial)
Time: 14.00 - 16.00 pm
Dates: Monday 30 April to Wed 2 May 2018
Place: Lecture Theatre C, JCMB
MIGSAA’s 4th Industrial Sandpit held on 24 November 2017 in ICMS highlighted three industry speakers for an afternoon of integrative learning. The industry guests presented topics, which will form projects for the upcoming Modelling Camp to be held 7th to 11th Ma
Moving on up: A half day career event aimed at final year MIGSAA PhD students.
The next Maxwell Institute Graduate School in Evolution Equations will be held in ICMS Wednesday 15th to Friday 17th November.
Preparations are underway for the fourth MIGSAA annual student Colloquium in ICMS, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh EH8 9AA.
13.30: Registration and Coffee in the Chapterhouse
14.00: Melanie Rupflin, Newhaven Lecture Theatre
We are delighted to announce a pre conference mini course for graduate students on Sunday 16 JULY, 2 pm - 5 pm ICMS, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh EH8 9AA.
This summer school will provide a broad-ranging introduction to multiscale problems, in particular covering the analytical and applied aspects of scale interactions in nonlinear PDEs.
We are delighted to announce a 5 day workshop celebrating groundbreaking research by Tony Carbery from 9 am Monday 17th July until 12 pm on Friday 21st July 2017. The workshop will be held at Appleton Tower, 11 Crichton
The next Edinburgh International Science Festival will include Maths: Connecting our World. Have you ever wondered how your google maps or satnav works so quickly and efficiently? During Thursday 6th to Monday 10th April, MIGSAA will invite the audience to discover basic m
Featuring guest speakers Bin Cheng (Surrey), Ton S. van den Bremer (Edinburgh) and Michael J.P. Cullen (Met Office).
3:00-3:40 Bin Cheng (Surrey)
Error Estimates and 2nd Order Corrections to Approximate Fluid Models
3:40–4:20 Ton S. van den Bremer (Edinburgh)