Main Workshop Website (hosted by ICMS): http://www.icms.org.uk/workshops/stochasticdynamicalsystems
The programme will feature three workshops at the Isaac Newton Institute (INI), as well as this Satellite Meeting organised at the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS) in Edinburgh. The first workshop will take place in January in Cambridge and coincides with the beginning of the programme. Its main aims are to establish a common language between the programme participants and highlight major open problems relating to the themes of the other workshops.
The Satellite Workshop at ICMS is organised as the second workshop of the programme. It is jointly funded by the programme and the ICMS.
Three main objectives of the Satellite Meeting are:
The speakers of this Satellite Workshop will deal with issues relating to multiple temporal and spatial scales. In particular, this workshop will cover the two main themes of the INI programme and will be both a dedicated research workshop, and an introduction to the INI programme. The participants of the workshop will be encouraged to contribute to the programme by working on research topics investigated by Cambridge-based research participants, and by attending the third and fourth workshops organized in Cambridge in April and June, 2016. These two follow up workshops will be dedicated to each of the two main themes of the INI programme (spatial and non-spatial modelling).
Fellowships are available to partially cover travel costs for some junior US participants thanks to a grant from the NSF. Graduate students and postdocs should send:
1. A current CV.
2. A short letter of recommendation from a professor at your home institution. This letter must attest to the relevance of the workshop/programme to the applicant’s career and research interests, and briefly summarise any previous research by the applicant.
3. Information on which workshop you are applying to attend and what type of support you are requesting. If you are an invited speaker or invited programme participant please note this in your email.
Please send all information by email to sdb_nsf_funding[at]math.bu[dot]edu.
Priority for funding will be given to applicants, particularly those from underrepresented groups, who are actively working in areas directly related to the programme and workshop themes.
Review of applications will begin on 11 October 2015.
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