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What we have been doing while at INI for the last 5 weeks: a mathematical study on anomalous diffusion

Presented by: 
Kevin Burrage Queensland University of Technology, Queensland University of Technology, University of Oxford
Date: 
Wednesday 18th May 2016 - 15:00 to 16:00
Venue: 
INI Seminar Room 2
Abstract: 
The field of anomalous diffusion can be very polarising, with some saying that there is little basis for such studies in biology to those saying most of spatial crowding effects lead to these ideas.  This presentation  will be mainly extempore and off the top of my head but I will try to put some of these ideas in context, warts and all.  I will then branch off into such esoteric fields as fractional differential equations, fractional stochastic differential equations, Poisson tau leap with memory, fractional Poisson processes, Mittag Leffler waiting times and finish with a new Poisson tau leap method for anomalous diffusive effects. This will be very much seat of the pants and I hope there is lots of discussion.
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