Surrey team attends British Applied Mathematics Colloquium 2019 in Bath

A team of six from Surrey are attending the 2019 British Applied Mathematics Colloquium this week (24-26 April) being held at the University of Bath in Claverton Down.  The team consists of 3 academic staff (Naratip Santitissadeekorn, Anne Skeldon, Matt Turner) and 3 PhD students (Nicholas Burgess, Dan Hill, Jane Lyle).  Dan gave a talk on “Localised radial spots on the free surface of a ferrofluid“, Jane gave a talk on “New information from old signals: a novel approach for the analysis of ECG waveforms“, Naratip gave a talk on “Approximate filtering of intensity process for Poisson count data“, Anne gave a talk on “The non-smooth dynamics of sleep-wake regulation“, and Matt gave a talk on “Shallow-water sloshing with wetting and drying“.