11am-4pm, Friday 20th January 2012, University of Leeds
The next PANDA meeting will be held in the School of Mathematics, University
of Leeds. There is a broad 'theme', combining a retrospective on the last
ten years (the first PANDA meeting was in December 2001) and a perspective
on the next.
There will be two review/pedagogical talks:
- Rebecca Hoyle (University of Surrey), Natural history of a PANDA, and nonlinear dynamics in biology and sociology
- Jonathan Dawes (University of Bath), Nonlinear dynamics in continuum mechanics: current challenges and future opportunities
remit, and particularly welcome offers of talks by postdocs and PhD students.
A limited amount of funding is available for the reimbursement of travel
expenses. We may also be able to make a contribution towards childcare
expenses incurred specifically for the purpose of attending the meeting.
Please contact Alastair Rucklidge (A.M.Rucklidge@leeds.ac.uk) if you would
like to speak at the meeting.
For further details see
The PANDA network is organised by Rebecca Hoyle (Surrey), Jon Dawes (Bath),
Paul Matthews (Nottingham) and Alastair Rucklidge (Leeds), and is supported
by a London Mathematical Society Scheme 3 grant.