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Seminar Archive

E.g., 2015-03-27
E.g., 2015-03-27
Event Code Date Speaker Seminar Title
SWWW01 29th August 2001 MS Longuet-Higgins Asymtotic forms for jets formed from large standing waves
SWWW01 29th August 2001 D Chalikov Direct modelling of 2-D and 3-D surface waves
SWWW01 29th August 2001 ME McIntyre Wind-generated water waves: two overlooked mechanisms?
SWWW01 29th August 2001 J Willemsen Deterministic modelling of deep water gravity waves, including driving and dissipation
SWWW01 29th August 2001 L Wyatt The impact of non-linearities on HF radar ocean wave measurement
SWWW01 29th August 2001 V Makin Impact of dominant waves on sea drag
SWWW01 28th August 2001 ADD Craik Stokes and his precursors on water wave theory
SWWW01 28th August 2001 DH Peregrine Violent water wave impact on walls
SWWW01 28th August 2001 M Brown Freak waves as catastrophes
SWWW01 28th August 2001 E Kuznetsov Cherenkov interaction of vortices with a free surface
SWWW01 28th August 2001 C Swan Modelling extreme ocean waves
SWWW01 28th August 2001 J Duncan The three-dimensional surface structure of the crests of weak spilling breakers
SWWW01 28th August 2001 H Brednose A new breaking formulation for deterministic wave evolution equations
SWWW01 28th August 2001 M Stiassne Nonlinear interactions of inhomogeneous random water waves
SWWW01 28th August 2001 VE Zakharov Recent achievments in the dynamical and the statistical theory of surface water waves
SWWW01 28th August 2001 HK Moffatt Welcome from the Director of the Newton Institute
ITSW02 24th August 2001 Final discussion - What is integrability?
ITSW02 24th August 2001 H Flaschka Representation theory and integrability
ITSW02 24th August 2001 T Miwa Quantum integrable systems
SWW 24th August 2001 WK Melville Laboratory measurements of the intiation of waves and currents
ITSW02 24th August 2001 Tutorial on links
ITSW02 24th August 2001 P Olver Multi-Hamiltonian structures and integrability
ITSW02 24th August 2001 P Winternitz Superintegrability, multiseparability and exact solvability in quantum mechanics II
ITSW02 23rd August 2001 T Miwa Quantum integrable systems
ITSW02 23rd August 2001 Discussion/problem solving
ITSW02 23rd August 2001 P Winternitz Superintegrability, multiseparability and exact solvability in quantum mechanics I
SWW 23rd August 2001 Informal discussion
ITSW02 23rd August 2001 Tutorial on symmetry and integrability
ITSW02 23rd August 2001 P Clarkson Symmetry, the Chazy equation and Chazy hierarchies
ITSW02 23rd August 2001 V Zakharov Multidimensional perturbation theory
ITSW02 22nd August 2001 P Olver Multi-Hamiltonian structures and integrability
SWW 22nd August 2001 MAC Teixeira Interaction between turbulence, shear and surface waves: a linear approach
ITSW02 22nd August 2001 PA Clarkson The inverse scattering transform
SWW 22nd August 2001 V Kudryavtsev Coupled dynamics of short wind waves and the airflow over long surface waves
SWW 22nd August 2001 T Hara Air-sea momentum flux and equilibrium surface wave spectra
SWW 22nd August 2001 G Caulliez Breaking of short gravity wind waves observed in the laboratory
ITSW02 22nd August 2001 H Flaschka Representation theory and integrability
SWW 22nd August 2001 VI Shrira On the laminar-turbulent transition in wind-driven shear flows
SWW 22nd August 2001 D Nicholls Analyticity and computation of travelling water waves
ITSW02 22nd August 2001 Tutorial on quantum integrable systems
ITSW02 22nd August 2001 A Shabat Integrable Lagrangian equations
ITSW02 22nd August 2001 P Clarkson Symmetry, the Chazy equation and Chazy hierarchies
ITSW02 21st August 2001 V Zakharov Multidimensional perturbation theory
ITSW02 21st August 2001 T Miwa Quantum integrable systems
ITSW02 21st August 2001 Tutorial on normal forms and solitons
ITSW02 21st August 2001 J Hietarinta Hirota's bilinear method and its connection with integrability
ITSW02 21st August 2001 Y Kodama Normal forms and solitons
ITSW02 20th August 2001 JA Sanders Number theory and the symmetry classifiction of integrable systems
ITSW02 20th August 2001 Tutorial on Hirota's bilinear method
ITSW02 20th August 2001 J Hietarinta Hirota's bilinear method and its connection with integrability
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