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Last updated: 21 June 2017, 10:23

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  Monday, 26 September, 2016 — Friday, 7 July, 2017  
Symposium 2016-2017
Organisers: Charlie Elliott, Andreas Dedner, Christoph Ortner, José Rodrigo
2016-2017 Warwick EPSRC Symposium on Partial Differential Equations and their Applications

  Wednesday, 21 June, 2017 — Friday, 23 June, 2017  
Non-Symposium
Organiser: Magnus Richardson
Introduction to Machine Learning Summer School

  Wednesday, 21 June, 201712:00 pmRoom MS.04  
Postgaduate Seminar
James Plowman (Warwick)
GRR: The Origins of algebraic K-theory in intersection theory

  Wednesday, 21 June, 20171:00 pmRoom MS.05  
Introduction to Machine Learning
Dr Christopher Yau (University of Birmingham)
Machine Learning and Human Health

  Wednesday, 21 June, 20174:00 pmRoom B3.02  
Probability Seminar
Arianna Giunti (Leipzig)
Quenched invariance principles for interacting particles systems

  Thursday, 22 June, 2017 — Friday, 23 June, 2017  
Symposium
Organisers: Bjorn Stinner, Vanessa Styles
Partial Differential Equations in Biology

  Thursday, 22 June, 201710:40 amRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
Helen Byrne (Oxford)
PDE Models of Angiogenesis

  Thursday, 22 June, 201711:30 amRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
Kei Fong Lam (Regensburg)
Diffuse interface models for tumour growth

  Thursday, 22 June, 20171:30 pmRoom B3.03  
Introduction to Machine Learning
Dr David Barber (UCL)
Machine Learning: Past, Present and Future

  Thursday, 22 June, 20172:00 pmRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
Robert Nürnberg (Imperial)
Coupling Navier–Stokes to Willmore: Numerical approximation of dynamic biomembranes

  Thursday, 22 June, 20172:00 pmRoom B3.02  
Algebraic Geometry
Angela Gibney (UGA)
On finite generation of the section ring of the determinant� line bundle

  Thursday, 22 June, 20172:30 pmRoom B3.03  
Introduction to Machine Learning
Dr Maria Liakata (Warwick)
Using NLP for mood prediction and opinion mining from online and heterogeneous data

  Thursday, 22 June, 20172:50 pmRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
Balázs Kovács (Tübingen)
Convergence of finite elements on an evolving surface driven by diffusion on the surface

  Thursday, 22 June, 20173:00 pmRoom MS.04  
Joint between Algebra and GT Seminars
Derek Holt
A New Method for Verifying the Hyperbolicity of a Finitely Presented Group

  Thursday, 22 June, 20174:00 pmRoom B3.03  
Introduction to Machine Learning
Dr Silvia Chiappa (Google DeepMind)
Environment Simulators for Agent Planning

  Thursday, 22 June, 20174:00 pmRoom MS.04  
Geometry and Toplogy
Mark Bell (UIUC)
Trisections of 4-manifolds

  Thursday, 22 June, 20174:10 pmRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
Dumitru Trucu (Dundee)
Structured Models of Cell Migration Incorporating Membrane Reactions

  Thursday, 22 June, 20175:00 pmRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
Anotida Madzvamuse (Sussex)
A robust and efficient adaptive multigrid solver for the optimal control of phase field formulations of geometric evolution laws

  Friday, 23 June, 20179:30 amRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
John King (Nottingham)
Mathematical modelling of biological tissue growth

  Friday, 23 June, 201710:50 amRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
Andreas Rätz (Dortmund)
Modelling and Simulation of Lipid Raft Formation in Biological Membranes

  Friday, 23 June, 201711:40 amRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
John Mackenzie (Strathclyde)
An Adaptive Moving Mesh Method for Geometric Evolutions Laws and Bulk-Surface PDEs: Application to a Model of Cell Migration and Chemotaxis

  Friday, 23 June, 20171:30 pmRoom B3.02  
Introduction to Machine Learning
Matthew Lawrence and Carys Roberts (Institute for Public Policy Research)
From 'peak human' to 'post human' - how will automation shift the economy?

  Friday, 23 June, 20172:00 pmRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
Nigel Burroughs (Warwick)
CO2 transport in plant cells - carbon assimilation and cellular geometry

  Friday, 23 June, 20172:00 pmRoom MS.04  
Combinatorics Seminar
Janos Pach (EPFL)
The translative covering conjecture

  Friday, 23 June, 20172:30 pmRoom B3.02  
Introduction to Machine Learning
Dr Jan-Peter Calliess (Oxford)
Lipschitz Continuity for Inference and Decision Making

  Friday, 23 June, 20172:50 pmRoom MS.05  
PDEs in Biology
Chandrasekhar Venkataraman (St Andrews)
Modelling phenotypic heterogeneity in solid tumours

  Friday, 23 June, 20174:00 pmRoom B3.03  
Introduction to Machine Learning
Dr Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (Cambridge)
PDEs and variational approaches in inverse imaging and their adaption via learning

  Monday, 26 June, 20173:00 pmRoom B3.03  
Number Theory
Andrew Booker (Bristol)
My converse theorem obsession

  Tuesday, 27 June, 2017Room Zeeman Building  
LMS Women in Maths Day
Organiser: Women in Maths Committee
LMS Women in Maths Day

  Wednesday, 28 June, 201712:00 pmRoom MS.04  
Postgraduate Seminar
Marco Caselli (Warwick)
On the proportion of everywhere locally solvable plane quartics

  Monday, 3 July, 2017 — Friday, 7 July, 2017  
Symposium
Organisers: Christoph Ortner (Warwick), Eric Cances (Paris), Gabor Csanyi (Cambridge)
Density Functional Theory and Beyond: Analysis and Computation (Symposium)

  Monday, 10 July, 2017 — Friday, 14 July, 2017  
Non Symposium
Organisers: David Preiss, Giovanni Alberti
Geometric Measure Theory

  Thursday, 13 July, 2017 — Saturday, 15 July, 2017Room B3.02  
Non Symposium
Organiser: Miles Reid
Higher Dimensional Birational Geometry

  Sunday, 16 July, 20174:00 pmRoom MS.05  
Speaking with Style talks
1st year PhD students

  Thursday, 27 July, 2017  
MiR@W Day
Organisers: Anirudh Rana, James Sprittles
Recent Developments in the Kinetic Theory of Gases

  Tuesday, 1 August, 2017 — Friday, 4 August, 2017  
Non Symposium
Organiser: Weiyi Zhang
Interactions of Symplectic and Algebraic Geometry

  Monday, 4 September, 2017 — Friday, 8 September, 2017  
Non Symposium
Organising committee - Colm Connaughton, Robert MacKay, Florian Theil, David Wood
European Study Group with Industry

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