Complex Systems Dynamics
A London Mathematical Society Scheme 3 network CoSyDy to bring together UK mathematicians investigating Complex Systems Dynamics, funded from 29 Jan - 30 Sep 2010.
Coordinator: Robert MacKay (Warwick).
Seconders: Henrik Jensen (Imperial), David Broomhead (Manchester).
Chair: Mauro Mobilia (Leeds).
Principal nodes: Warwick, Imperial, Manchester, Leeds, Bath, Queen Mary.
Network Dynamics, The University of Manchester - Wednesday 10 March 2010
This second meeting will be on “Network Dynamics” and will take place at the University of Manchester. The meeting will address in particular problems in neuroscience. There will also be contributed talks on social
applications of network theory.
Directions to the Alan Turing Building
The Alan Turing Building is home to the School of Mathematics at the University of Manchester. It is easily accessible by train and also by car. For further information about travelling to the Alan Turing Building, and for a pdf map of the University campus, please click here
Please let Helen Harper (Helen.Harper@manchester.ac.uk) if you intend coming to the Network Dynamics meeting before Monday 1 March 2010 so appropriate catering arrangements can be made.
In addition, please inform Helen Harper of any special dietary or other requirements (such as mobility issues) that you have so that these can be taken into account.
There is some financial support available for travel for members of the Network nodes. Postgraduate students will have priority, then the most deserving cases will be considered. If you require further information, please contact Helen Harper (Helen.Harper at manchester.ac.uk).
The programme is currently provisional and is subject to change, so please check regularly for any updates.
- Professor Stephen Coombes, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham
Dynamics of Morris-Lecar networks
- Dr Natalia Janson, School of Mathematics, University of Loughborough
Stochastic Networks and their Control
- Mr Stephen Gin, Warwick Maths Institute, University of Warwick
Synchronisation of non-autonomous oscillators
- Professor Paul Glendinning, School of Mathematics, University of Manchester
Pairing off in dynamic networks
- Dr Rasmus Petersen, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester
What the rat's whiskers tell the rat's brain
- Dr Tobias Galla, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester
Agent-based modelling of nest-site choice in honeybees
List of Participants
- Fatimah Abdul-Razak (Imperial)
- Peter Ashwin (Exeter)
- John Brooke (Manchester)
- Martin Brown (Manchester)
- Tim Brown (Manchester)
- Manuela Bujorianu (Manchester)
- Marius Bujorianu (Manchester)
- Rebekah Carter (Manchester)
- Younes Chahlaoui (Manchester)
- Quentin Caudron (Warwick)
- Stephen Coombes (Nottingham)
- Paul Expert (Imperial)
- Tobias Galla (Manchester)
- Stephen Gin (Warwick)
- Marc Goodfellow (Manchester)
- James Hook (Manchester)
- Paul Glendinning (Manchester)
- Andrew Howes (Manchester)
- Robin Ince (Manchester)
- Natalia Janson (Loughborough)
- Markus Kirkilionis (Warwick)
- Margarita Korovina (Manchester)
- Piotr Kowalczyk (Manchester)
- Janus Kuliukowski (Manchester)
- Robert MacKay (Warwick)
- Marcelo Montemurro (Manchester)
- Mark Muldoon (Manchester)
- Eva Navarro (Manchester)
- Ebrahim Patel (Manchester)
- Rasmus Petersen (Manchester
- Anas Ahmad Rana (Warwick)
- Jon Shapiro (Manchester)
- Sohail Siadatnejad (Manchester)
- Kieran Smallbone (Manchester)
- Natalie Stanford (Manchester)
- Riccardo Storchi (Manchester)
- Peter Taylor (Manchester)
- Michael Tennekoon (Manchester)
- Zoltan Toth (Manchester)
- Colin Tucker
- Chris Welshman (Manchester)
- Nicky Zachariou (Imperial)
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