Tom Bridges participates in programme on nonlinear waves at Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge

This Autumn (12 September to 16 December), Tom Bridges is a long-term participant at the programme on “Dispersive Hydrodynamics“, hosted at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge. Dispersive hydrodynamics has emerged as a unified mathematical framework for the description of multiscale nonlinear wave phenomena in dispersive media, encompassing both dynamic and stochastic aspects of wave propagation. A link to the programme page is here. The Newton Institute has generously provided funding for accommodation and living expenses for the 3 months. Indeed they even provide a bicycle! Tom has also been elected an Associate Member of Churchill College for the duration of the programme. The photo below shows Tom on the bicycle in front of the Newton Institute.