Anne Skeldon is visiting the School of Mathematics at the University of Manchester today (Monday 4 December) to give a seminar and for research interaction with Paul Glendinning. Her seminar is in the “Mathematics of Life Sciences” series and the title is “Mathematical modelling of sleep and (other) daily biological rhythms: light, clocks and social jetlag“. It is based on joint work with Derk-Jan Dijk of the Surrey Sleep Research Centre. A link to the seminar page with abstract is here. The Alan Turing Building which houses the Department of Mathematics is shown left.