Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Aston-Derks paper accepted in J Math Biology

The paper “A mathematical analysis of rebound in a target-mediated drug disposition model. I. without feedback” by Philip Aston and Gianne Derks (in collaboration with Balaji Agoram and Piet van der Graaf at Pfizer) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Mathematical Biology.  In the paper, they consider the possibility of free receptor […]


String-Maths UK to be held at Surrey in 2013

String-Maths UK will be held at the University of Surrey on 10-11 May in the Surrey Space Centre, organized by Martin Wolf and Jock McOrist at Surrey in collaboration with Sakura Schafer-Nameki (Kings College London) and David Berman (Queen Mary College London). The main aim of the conference to is to bring together mathematicians and […]


Roulstone interviewed on science radio show

Ian Roulstone was interviewed for a special session on mathematics and weather, on the Groks Science Radio Show, to discuss his new book, Invisible in the Storm: The Role of Mathematics in Understanding Weather. The interview discusses the history of mathematics in weather forecasting, data assimilation, and the general applicability of those mathematics to other […]


Roulstone interviewed on science radio show

Ian Roulstone was interviewed for a special session on mathematics and weather, on the Groks Science Radio Show, to discuss his new book, Invisible in the Storm: The Role of Mathematics in Understanding Weather. The interview discusses the history of mathematics in weather forecasting, data assimilation, and the general applicability of those mathematics to other […]


Aston's paper chosen EPL highlight of 2012

Philip Aston’s paper “Is radioactive decay really exponential?” that was published in Europhysics Letters has been selected as one of the highlights of 2012. The highlights are a selection of 32 papers from over 800 published during 2012, and this paper is one of four selected in the category of Elementary Particles, Fields & Nuclear […]


Aston's paper chosen EPL highlight of 2012

Philip Aston’s paper “Is radioactive decay really exponential?” that was published in Europhysics Letters has been selected as one of the highlights of 2012. The highlights are a selection of 32 papers from over 800 published during 2012, and this paper is one of four selected in the category of Elementary Particles, Fields & Nuclear […]


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