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Coupling Geometric PDEs with Physics for Cell Morphology, Motility and Pattern Formation

13th July 2015 to 18th December 2015

The aim of this six-month research programme is to create a unique forum to strengthen and develop research links between state-of-the-art experimental "wet" sciences (biology, medicine, bio-physics) and theoretical "dry" sciences (pure, applied and computational mathematics, theoretical physics, statistics). In this programme we will discuss and present in a hands-on format current experimental methodology for cell motility and pattern formation. We will emphasise interactions between experimentalists and theoreticians, with the dual goals of understanding how current mathematical techniques from physics, differential geometry, mathematical modelling and numerical analysis can help to understand current problems in the areas of cell motility and pattern formation, and what new mathematical techniques may emerge in the process.

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Metric and Analytic Aspects of Moduli Spaces

20th July 2015 to 14th August 2015

The term ‘moduli space’ has its origins in the classification of conformal structures on two-dimensional surfaces. Closed surfaces are classified topologically by their genus, but for fixed genus, the set of inequivalent conformal structures is essentially a smooth finite- dimensional manifold, a first example of a moduli space.

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Multimodal Monitoring of Cell Migration

27th July 2015 to 31st July 2015

OrganisersBernd Hoffmann (Juelich)Rudolf Leube (Aachen)Rudolf Merkel (Juelich), and Reinhard Windoffer (Aachen)  

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Metric and Analytic Aspects of Moduli Spaces

27th July 2015 to 31st July 2015

Organisers: Sergey Cherkis (Arizona), Nigel Hitchin (Oxford), Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford), Michael Singer (UCL) and Anda Degeratu (Freiburg)

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