Programme of events (2017)


09:30-10:00 Arrival and Registration

10:00-10:15 Prof. Peter Duck – Opening address
10:15-10:40 Phil Arathoon – Non-self dual representations
10:40-11:05 Steven Elsworth – Dynamic time warping

11:05-11:40 Coffee and First Poster Session

11:40-12:05 Floriana Amicone – Lie algebras and combinatorics
12:05-12:30 Filippo Pagani – MCMC in the "Big Data" regime
12:30-13:00 Dr Ed Pyzer-Knapp – Bigger, faster, smarter?

13:00-14:00 Lunch

14:00-14:25 Rudradip Biswas – Diophantine equations: how simple they appear and how important they are
14:25-14:50 Will Rowley – How long is a quarter wavelength resonator?

14:50-15:25 Coffee and Second Poster Session

15:25-15:50 Zoltan A. Kocsis – How commutative is non-commutative?
15:50-16:15 Amy Mallinson – Debris covered ice
16:15-16:45 Karen Butterworth, Careers Service – Your PhD... Secret to Career Success

16:45-17:15 Closing Remarks and Awarding of Prizes

17:15- A reception in the Alan Turing Building before the conference meal at Zouk.

Poster presentations

Adam Crowder CBS constants & a posteriori error estimation for stochastic Galerkin finite element methods
Dom Hipwood Maximal orders in the Sklyanin algebra
Ulla Karhumäki Simple groups of finite Morley rank with a finitary automorphism group
David Leahy Searching for high density material using gravity gradiometry
Elliot McKernon Modular representation theory
Craig Newsum An efficient reduced basis method for stochastic groundwater flow problems
James Rynn Quantifying uncertainty in the laser flash experiment
Helena Stage Anomalous metapopulation dynamics on scale-free networks