Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Cesare Tronci gives talks in France, Italy, and Spain

Cesare Tronci has been travelling through Europe giving talks over the past month.  The week of 3-7 April he attended and gave a talk at KineMa 2017: Numerical Modeling of Kinetic Magnetized Plasmas, which was held in Cargese, France. He spoke on “Modeling efforts in hybrid kinetic-MHD systems“.  On the 25th April he gave an […]


Cheng-Tronci paper to appear in the Proceedings of the LMS

The paper “Existence of global weak solutions to a hybrid Vlasov-MHD model for magnetized plasmas” co-authored by Bin Cheng, Endre Süli (Oxford) and Cesare Tronci, has been accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society.  The paper proves global-in-time existence of large-data finite-energy weak solutions to an incompressible hybrid Vlasov-magnetohydrodynamic model in […]


Alessandro Torrielli organises two-month programme at Galilei Institute in Italy

Alessandro Torrielli is at the Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics for two months this spring (20 March to 12 May) organising a programme on “New Developments in AdS3/CFT2 Holography“.  In addition to focussed research interaction, the  programme hosts a Conference on classical and quantum aspects of AdS3/CFT2, a Focus Week on recent developments on […]


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