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Seminars archive

E.g., 2018-09-20
E.g., 2018-09-20
Event Code Date Speaker Seminar Title
ITSW02 16th August 2001 Number theory and the symmetry classification of integrable systems
SWWW03 16th August 2001 G Schneider The validity of 2D water wave models
ITSW02 16th August 2001 Discussion/problem solving
SWWW03 16th August 2001 A new type of codimension-one bifurcation for infinite dimensional reversable vector fields with application to water waves
SWWW03 16th August 2001 B van Groesen Construction and {a priori} justification of low-dimensional models water waves
ITSW02 16th August 2001 The Painlev\'e property and the poly-Painlev\'e test
SWWW03 16th August 2001 Resonances in Hamiltonian systems and water waves
ITSW02 16th August 2001 Tutorial on formal recursion operators and canonical conservation laws
ITSW02 16th August 2001 S Novikov Discrete integrable systems and discrete symmetries
ITSW02 16th August 2001 A Mikhailov Necessary conditions for integrability
ITSW02 15th August 2001 A Degasperis Multiscale expansion and integrability of dispersive wave equations
SWW 15th August 2001 CC Mei Wave-sealed interactions
ITSW02 15th August 2001 Tutorial on the Painlev\'e property
SWW 15th August 2001 Dispersive dynamics of waves in Euler systems
ITSW02 15th August 2001 A Mikhailov Symmetries and conservation laws - Formal recursion operators
ITSW02 15th August 2001 Twistor theory and integrability
ITSW02 15th August 2001 A Shabat Dressing chains and darboux transformations
ITSW02 15th August 2001 S Novikov Discrete integrable systems and discrete symmetries
SWWW02 14th August 2001 Capillary-gravity waves of exponentially small amplitude
SWWW02 14th August 2001 Travelling waves of permanent form
ITSW02 14th August 2001 The Painlev\'e property and the poly-Painlev\'e test
SWWW02 14th August 2001 The statistics of wave breaking at the ocean surface: theory and observations
ITSW02 14th August 2001 Anti-seld-duality and integrability
SWWW02 14th August 2001 F Dias A new three-dimensional numerical wave tank - Description and applications
SWWW02 14th August 2001 Water waves and nearshore zone sediment transport
ITSW02 14th August 2001 V Sokolov Integrability of finite dimensional dynamical systems
SWWW02 14th August 2001 MS Longuet-Higgins Jets and breaking in standing water waves of large amplitude, and in steep waves reflected from vertical walls
ITSW02 14th August 2001 Tutorial on multiscale expansion
ITSW02 14th August 2001 A Degasperis Multiscale expansion and integrability of dispersive wave equations
ITSW02 14th August 2001 A Shabat Classical heirarchies of integrable equations
ITSW02 13th August 2001 On some integrable and non-integrable equations
SWW 13th August 2001 Waves, bubbles and turbulence inthe ocean mixed layer
SWW 13th August 2001 Why model waves?
SWW 13th August 2001 Ocean wave forecasting at the Met Office
ITSW02 13th August 2001 A Degasperis Multiscale expansion and integrability of dispersive wave equations
SWW 13th August 2001 Aspects of water wave breaking
ITSW02 13th August 2001 The Painlev\'e property and the poly-Painlev\'e test
SWW 13th August 2001 PAE Janssen Extreme sea state forecasting
SWW 13th August 2001 JCR Hunt Welcome and introduction
ITSW02 13th August 2001 SP Novikov Discrete integrable systems and discrete symmetries
ITSW02 13th August 2001 A Mikhailov Introduction: What is Integrability?
MUC 9th August 2001 MUC final discussion
MUC 9th August 2001 Recent advances in the application of copulae to non-linear value-at- risk
MUC 9th August 2001 Max-stable processes and value at risk
MUC 8th August 2001 Real option games with incomplete information an learning spillovers
ITS 8th August 2001 Transient vortex events and the initial value problem for turbulence
MUC 8th August 2001 General state space modelling and its applications to analysis of financial and economic time series
MUC 7th August 2001 Modelling financial data as a max-stable process
MUC 6th August 2001 Market equilibrium with coherent measures of risk
MUC 6th August 2001 Nonparametric implied volatility: a single number based on no arbitrage
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