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The seminar meets regularly on Mondays (during autumn and spring terms) at 3pm in Pevensey III, room 5C11.

Extra seminars and unusual times will be indicated.

(Spring 2017 Schedule)

Autumn Term 2016 Schedule




Title and Abstract

7 November

Charles Morris

University of Sussex

From Weyl Chambers to Weyl's law: The spectral counting function of a compact Lie group (abstract)

14 November

Gianluca Lauteri

Max-Planck, Leipzig

The Emergence of Cosserat-Type Structures in Metal Plasticity (abstract)

21 November

David Bourne

Durham University

Energy-driven pattern formation in elastic films (abstract)

28 November

Wojciech Ożański

Warwick University

Weak solutions to the Navier-Stokes inequality with internal singularities (abstract)

5 December


Frederic Zongo

Institut Des Sciences, Burkina Faso

Existence of renormalized solutions to nonlinear multivalued parabolic problem with homogeneous Dirichlet boundary conditions involving variable exponent. (abstract)

Spring Term 2017 Schedule




Title and Abstract

13 February

Codina Cotar


Density functional theory and many-marginals optimal transport with Coulomb cost (abstract)

27 February

Andrew Lorent

University of Cincinnati

The Aviles Giga functional. A history, a survey and some new results (abstract)

6 March

Kirill Cherednichenko

University of Bath

Extreme localisation property for eigenfunctions of one-dimensional high-contrast periodic problems with a defect (abstract)

20 March

Grant Lythe

University of Leeds

Astronomical immunology (abstract)

27 March



24 April

Davide Catania

Università degli Studi di Brescia

On the Euler-Voigt system in a 3D bounded domain (abstract)

8 May

Steven Roper

University of Glasgow

Centroidal power diagrams, numerical analysis and applications (abstract)

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