Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Sergey Zelik visiting Lanzhou University in China

Sergey Zelik is on an extended visit to the Mathematics Department at Lanzhou University in Central China (english wiki link here).  While there he is engaged in both research and teaching.  In research he is working with colleagues at Langzhou on analysis of nonlinear PDEs.  The picture left shows Sergey giving a lecture on topology. […]


Sean Cleator at the World Climate Research Programme conference in Barcelona

Sean Cleator is attending and presenting a poster at the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Conference in Barcelona this week (25-28 March). The title of Sean’s poster is “A new multi-variable benchmark for Last Glacial Maximum simulations” and it is based on joint work with Sandy Harrison (Reading), Nancy Nichols (Reading), Iain Prentice (Imperial College) […]


Lloyd and Santitissadeekorn at Banff Mathematics Center in Canada

David Lloyd and Naratip Santitissadeekorn are at the Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery this week (17-22 March) at the programme on “Mathematical Criminology and Security“.  Dave is one of the three principal organisers and Naratip is giving a talk on Tuesday on “Approximate filtering of intensity process for Poisson count data“.  […]


Natalie Douglas invited by European Space Agency to talk to Climate Detectives

Climate Detectives is an ESA school project for students between 8 and 15 years old.  Hundreds of students in groups at schools all over the world signed up to take on the challenge of ‘making a difference’ in understanding and protecting Earth’s climate. Natalie originally gave feedback to 8 project proposals and was subsequently invited by ESA to talk […]


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