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7th December 2020 to 11th December 2020
Stefano Trillo
Gennady El
Mark Hoefer
Ezio Iacocca
Ken McLaughlin

**Following the outbreak of COVID19, the start date of this workshop has been deferred to 2022. Please visit the new workshop webpage here**


Workshop theme:

This workshop aims to bring together experts in different areas of applied mathematics, physics, and engineering where dispersive hydrodynamics can play a crucial role, providing a forum to cross-fertilize ideas amongst domain specialists and mathematicians. The goal is to expose the underlying mathematical similarities between phenomena which occur on vastly different scales, involving studies that range from the characterisation of dispersive waves to the fully nonlinear regime including dispersive shocks, solitons, and wave interactions. The theme is designed to be broad, featuring participants specializing in a variety of subjects that share similar mathematical models embracing, but not being limited to, (i) fluid dynamics including oceanic and atmospheric phenomena, (ii) nonlinear optics, (iii) Bose-Einstein condensates, (iv) magnetism, (v) plasma physics, (vi) cooperative and granular systems.


Cancelled On: 
Wednesday 24th June 2020 - 17:05
University of Cambridge Research Councils UK
    Clay Mathematics Institute London Mathematical Society NM Rothschild and Sons