Annual Manchester SIAM Student Chapter
Conference 2014 (AMSSCC14)

2nd May 2014.
Alan Turing Building
University of Manchester

A one day conference for all interested or working in applied or industrial mathematics, including undergraduates, postgraduates and staff, will take place on the 2nd May 2014 in the Alan Turing Building, University of Manchester.

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Abstract and poster submission:14/4/2014.

Plenary speakers

Mr Pete Lomas, Co-Founder of Raspberry Pi Charity, Cambridge.
Prof. Oliver Jensen, University of Manchester, Manchester.
Dr. Timothy Butters, Sabisu.


09.30 Opening
09.45 James Blair - Optimal Liquidation in Limit Order Books Under General Uncertainties
10.15 Florian Kleinert - Meromorphic Levy Processes and some Applications
10.45 Coffee Break
11.15 Francis Watson - SVD Analysis of GPR Full-Waveform Inversion
11.45 Mr Pete Lomas (RPi) - Super Computing with Raspberry Pi?
12.35 Group Photo
12.45 Lunch and posters
14.00 Prof. Oliver Jensen (Manc) - Modelling Plant Growth
14.50 Michael Coughlan - The Hunt for Antarctic Meteorites: A Free Boundary Problem
15.20 Coffee Break
15.50 Denny Vitasari - Surfactant Transport onto a Foam Lamella in the presence of Surface Viscous Stress
16.20 Dr Timothy Butters - Dealing with Data: Mathematical Solutions to Industrial Problems
16.50 Closing and Awards


Duncan JoyceThe Higher Order Integral Equation Method for Antiplane Wave Propagation in Fibre Reinforced Composites
Denny VitasariSurfactant Transport onto a Foam Lamella in the Presence of Surface Viscous Stress
Nor Alisa Mohd DamanhuriNumerical Approximation for the Stress Field Governing the Plastic Deformation of a Granular Material
Vedran SegoThe Hyperbolic Schur Decomposition and the SVD it implies
Mario BerljafaTowards a Parallel Rational Arnoldi Algorithm: Numerical Comparison of Various Parallelization Strategies
James WebberReal Time Scattering Tomography in 3D
Abdullah A.I. AlnajemA Copula-based Fraud Detection (CFD) Method for Detecting Evasive Fraud Patterns in a Corporate Mobile Banking Context
Thomas WardHigh-Rayleigh-number dissolution-driven convection of a reactive solute in a porous medium

Organising Committee

Samuel Relton, University of Manchester
Christopher Mower, University of Manchester
Mary Aprahamian, University of Manchester
Zehui Jin, University of Manchester
Sophia Bethany Coban, University of Manchester

Additional information

Directions to Alan Turing Building




Numerical Algorithms Group