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Workshop on Coagulation-Fragmentation Processes: Theory and Applications

Edinburgh, 4 - 8 July 2005


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Organising Committee


Fernando da Costa (CAMGSD, Institute Supérior Técnico, Lisboa)
Michael Grinfeld (Mathematics, University of Strathclyde)
Wilson Lamb (Mathematics, University of Strathclyde)
Jonathan Wattis (Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham)

The meeting is organised in collaboration with The Centro de Análise Matemática, Geometria e Sistemas Dinâmicos (CAMGSD) of Institute Supérior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal

Workshop Summary
The Workshop starts with Registration (between 09.00 and 09.45) on Monday 4 July and finishes on Friday 8 July at around 17.00.

Direct link to speakers here.

The aim of this workshop is to bring together the many disparate groups of researchers who work on coagulation-fragmentation (CF) equations and related processes. It will be of particular interest to:
  • Mathematicians, such as Applied Analysts who study mathematical aspects of deterministic systems of CF equations, Numerical Analysts working towards resolving the computational challenges that CF equations present, and Probabilists who investigate the structure of stochastic models of CF processes;
  • Physicists and Chemists who derive CF equations in areas of the natural sciences, such as polymerisation processes, formation of galaxies, aerosol science, colloidal science, phase transitions and phase separation in alloys;
  • Industrialists and Engineers who apply processes involving coagulation and fragmentation in the design of new materials and of efficient manufacturing techniques.
A key feature will be the exchange of ideas between theoreticians and practitioners involved with CF equations. This should promote a greater awareness of existing results and outstanding problems in this area and provide mathematicians with new mathematical challenges and experimental scientists, engineers and industrialists with new analytical, modelling, and numerical techniques.

Administrative contacts
enquiries@icms.org.uk 

ICMS, 14 India St, Edinburgh EH3 6EZ
tel 0131 220 1777; Fax 0131 220 1053

This meeting's pages updated 17 June 2005

This workshop is made possible by grants awarded to ICMS from EPSRC Mathematical Sciences Programme, the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council and the London Mathematical Society.
 
The Workshop is also supported by The Centro de Análise Matemática, Geometria e Sistemas Dinâmicos (CAMGSD) of Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal

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