

Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics 

DPMMS > Research > Seminars 24Oct2005 
Monday October 24^{th}
Seminar: CMS Colloquia
Location and Time: Lecture Room 1 (INI) at 5.00pm
Speaker: Professor M. Golubitsky (Houston)
Title: Pattern Formation in Coupled Systems
Tuesday October 25^{th}
Seminar: KUWAIT LECTURE
Location and Time: Meeting Room 2 (CMS) at 5.00pm
Speaker: Professor S. Donaldson (Imperial College)
Title: Existence theorems and numerical solutions in complex differential geometry
Seminar: Number Theory Seminar
Location and Time: Meeting Room 13 (CMS) at 2.30pm
Speaker: MarieFrance Vigneras (Paris VII)
Title: On the padic local Langlands correspondence
Seminar: Category Theory Seminar
Location and Time: Meeting Room 9 (CMS) at 2.15pm
Speaker: Peter Johnstone (Cambridge)
Title: Universal Normal Covers
Seminar: Probability Seminars
Location and Time: Meeting Room 12 (CMS) at 2.00pm
Speaker: James Norris (Cambridge)
Title: Differential equation approximations to Markov chains  with an application to a virus growth model with fast and slow variables
Wednesday October 26^{th}
Seminar: Complex Analysis Seminar
Location and Time: Meeting Room 15 (CMS) at 4.00pm
Speaker: Professor Alan Beardon (University of Cambridge)
Title: Analytic maps as Euclidean contractionsSeminar: Algebra Seminar
<>Seminar: Analysis Seminar
Location and Time: Meeting Room 12 (CMS) at 4.30pm
Speaker: Rachel Camina (Cambridge)
Title: Conjugacy class sizes and the IPgraph
Location and Time: Meeting Room 12 (CMS) at 2.00pm
Speaker: András Zsák (Cambridge)
Title: The lattice of closed ideals in the Banach algebra of operators on a certain dual Banach space
Thursday October 27^{th}
Seminar: Combinatorics Seminar
Location and Time: Meeting Room 12 (CMS) at 2.15pm
Speaker: Konrad Swanepoel (Pretoria)
Title: Shortest trees and convex geometry
Firday October 28th
Seminar: Statistical Laboratory Seminar
Location and Time: Meeting Room 12 (CMS) at 2.00pm
Speaker: Steve Brooks (Statistical Laboratory)
Title: Bayesian methods for Population Ecology