All twelve MIGSAA programme extended project presentations showed the progress made during a fruitful year of training in generic skills and mathematical theory. Each presentation had depth of understanding in varied topics from “Aspects of Mathematical Biology” and “Stochastic Luria-Delbruck Ev
Organised by Dominic Breit, Ben Goddard and Markus Schmuck this summer school will provide a broad-ranging introduction to mathematical fluid mechanics, in particular covering the analytical and applied aspects of PDEs arising in the dynamics of viscous flows. Each of the invited speakers will g
MIGSAA is delighted to support a mini course in analysis led by Soonsik Kwon (KAIST, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) and organised by Tadahiro Oh. The three day course in Multilinear L^2 convolution estimates of Schrödinger waves will be held in James Clerk Maxwell Building.
On Monday 23rd May a short MIGSAA Colloquium will take place in the Newhaven Lecture Theatre, International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh, from 16.10 pm till 17.00 pm. Professor Peter Clarkson (University of Kent) will preside.
Staff and students loved their visit to The Burn in Edzell for the first MIGSAA Residential Symposium, arriving on 2nd and leaving on 4th May 2016.
A new MIGSAA short course in harmonic analysis is taking place 21st and 22nd April in University of Edinburgh.
Title: 'Smoothing of commutators for certain classes of bilinear operators'
When: 3 pm - 5 pm on Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd April 2016
We are delighted to host in Edinburgh two renowned researchers: Mireille Bossy, INRIA Sophia Antipolis, and Peter Imkeller, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. They will deliver courses on two exciting strands of mathematics:
On Tuesday 23rd February 2016, in ICMS, 15 South College Street, esteemed academic Professor Gui-Qiang Chen gave a talk on "Partial Differential Equations of Mixed Type in Mechanics and Geometry" during an afternoon of presentations preceding the MIGSAA Advisory Board meeting. The talk showed th