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1 - 5 Aug 2005

PFDw01 - Training Course

in association with the PFD programme

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For the full list of seminars given during this programme, see:
http://www.newton.ac.uk/programmes/PFD/seminars/


5 Aug 2005: Symmetric bifurcation theory 4 : Heteroclinic cycles and networks
JHP. Dawes
5 Aug 2005: Numerical methods 4 : Case Studies
L. Tuckerman & D. Barkley
4 Aug 2005: Pattern formation in coupled cell systems
M. Golubitsky
4 Aug 2005: Numerical methods 3 : Steady state solving and branch following
L. Tuckerman & D. Barkley
4 Aug 2005: Symmetric bifurcation theory 3 : From PDEs to ODEs
JHP. Dawes
4 Aug 2005: Numerical methods 2 : Linearisation
L. Tuckerman & D. Barkley
3 Aug 2005: Numerical methods 1 : Integration of partial differential equations
L. Tuckerman & D. Barkley
3 Aug 2005: Symmetric bifurcation theory 2 : Amplitude equations and Hopf bifurcations
JHP. Dawes
3 Aug 2005: Spatially extended pattern formation 4 : Spatiotemporal chaos
M. Cross
2 Aug 2005: Spatio-temporal dynamics in Rayleigh-Benard convection
R. Ecke
2 Aug 2005: Spatially extended pattern formation 3 : Oscillatory patterns
M. Cross
2 Aug 2005: Symmetric bifurcation theory 1 : Groups, representations and linear theory
JHP. Dawes
2 Aug 2005: Spatially extended pattern formation 2 : Stripe patterns II - symmetry and phase equations
M. Cross
1 Aug 2005: Experimental illustrations of pattern-forming phenomena : Examples from Rayleigh-Benard and electro convection
G. Ahlers
1 Aug 2005: Spatially extended pattern formation 1 : Stripe patterns I - basic ideas and amplitude equations
M. Cross
1 Aug 2005: Introductury Lecture 2 : Review of dynamical systems concepts
R. Hoyle & P. Matthews
1 Aug 2005: Introductury Lecture 1 : Pattern forming systems
R. Hoyle & A. Rucklidge
1 - 5 Aug 2005: PFDw01 - References, problem sheets & solutions
in association with the PFD programme

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