Manchester Stochastic Networks Meeting
The Manchester Stochastic Networks Day on Monday 13th June is intended as an informal yet collaborative meeting between researchers interested in probability and networks both inside and outside The University of Manchester.
The talks will discuss mathematics techniques used to understand and analyse network phenomenon in different application areas: epidemics, chemical reaction networks, Internet advertising, call centers and network congestion.
The speakers are as follows:
Thomas House (The University of Manchester)
Rouba Ibrahim (University College London)
Peter Key (Microsoft Research)
Mark Muldoon (The University of Manchester)
Neil Walton (The University of Manchester)
To find out out more about the Networks Day, you should visit the website. You can register by sending an email entitled 'register' with your name and affiliation to: email@example.com
Although registration is free, it is essential for the provision of lunch and space. The deadline for registration is 3rd June 2016. If you are a PhD student and require funds to assist with travel, please do specify this when registering. For more information about the event, you should contact Dr Neil Walton.