Applied and computational complex analysis
May 08, 2017 - May 12, 2017
ICMS, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9AA
|Clarkson, Peter||University of Kent|
|Crowdy, Darren||Imperial College London|
|Fokas, Thanasis||University of Cambridge|
|McDonald, Robb||University College London|
|Pelloni, Beatrice||Heriot-Watt University|
|Pelloni1, Beatrice||Heriot-Watt University|
Bringing together mathematicians, at all career stages, who share an interest in using fundamental complex analysis methods this workshop will explore new and deep mathematical connections between shapes, transforms, spectral analysis and inverse problems. The programme is deliberately wide in scope with participants having research interests covering aspects of the theoretical development of complex analysis, associated computational methods and application to problems of medical, industrial and geophysical importance.The following challenges will be addressed at the workshop:
• Shape evolution in interface dynamics.
• Shape emergence in the Painlevé equations.
• Special function theory and asymptotics.
• Spectral analysis, transforms and medical imaging.
The organisers expect that the workshop will: allow for an an exchange of the latest developments and results of researchers covering a wide range of applied and computational complex analysis and, consequently, raising of the awareness of the power of these approaches to the next generation of applied mathematicians; that outstanding problems will be identified, both theoretical and applied, which can be tackled using complex analysis and associated numerical methods; and importantly that there will be the initiation of collaborations, especially between researchers working in different areas of applied and computational complex analysis. Ultimately, it is anticipated that the mathematical techniques discussed and developed as a result of the workshop should eventually become widely used in industrial, biological and physical applications.
The workshop will be held at ICMS, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9AA.
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