Oxford Conference on Challenges in Applied Mathematics

St Anne's College, Oxford

Monday 1st - Friday 5th July, 2013

Organiser: Prof. Alain Goriely

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OCCAM is delighted to announce a major conference celebrating five years of OCCAM to be held in St Anne’s College, Oxford from 1st - 5th July 2013. The Oxford Conference on Challenges in Applied Mathematics (OCCAM) will cover the four keys areas of:

  • Continuum Mechanics (Monday, 1st July)
  • Energy and Resources (Tuesday, 2nd July)
  • Bioscience (Wednesday, 3rd July)
  • Methodologies (Thursday, 4th and Friday, 5th July)

The conference will be both a celebration of what we and our partners have achieved so far and an insight in to the latest thinking from scientists across the academic world. In the spirit of OCCAM there will be plenty of time for delegates to get involved via Q & A, discussion and informal collaboration.

Confirmed speakers:

  • David Abrahams, University of Manchester
  • Martine Ben Amar, Ecole Normale Supérieure
  • Henri Berestycki, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
  • Jon Chapman, University of Oxford
  • Troy Farrell, QUT
  • Bengt Fornberg, University of Colorado at Boulder
  • Krishna Garikipati, University of Michigan
  • Ahmed Ghoniem, MIT
  • Ibrahim Hoteit, KAUST
  • Herbert Huppert, University of Cambridge
  • David Ketcheson, KAUST
  • Yannis Kevrekidis, Princeton University
  • John King, University of Nottingham
  • Omar Knio, Duke University
  • Natalia Komarova, University of California, Irvine
  • Ellen Kuhl, Stanford University
  • Mark Lewis, University of Alberta
  • John Maddocks, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
  • Peter Markowich, KAUST
  • Hans Othmer, University of Minnesota
  • Michael Shelley, New York University 
  • Jonathan Sherratt, Heriot-Watt University
  • Gil Strang, MIT
  • Simon Tavener, Colorado State University
  • Sigurdur Thoroddsen, KAUST
  • Nick Trefethen, University of Oxford
  • John Wettlaufer, Yale University
  • Tom Witelski, Duke University

More information about this event will be posted here as it is confirmed.