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  1. How do networks shape the spread of disease and gossip?

    ... Black Death) and when long-range connections, such as air travel, enable it to seemingly jump over long distances and emerge in locations ...

    lumbard - 2015-07-22 09:28

  2. Mathematics and Politics: The International Congresses of Mathematicians

    ... scientific community, the ability of Soviet academics to travel to foreign conferences was gradually curtailed. At the Oslo ... in the History of Mathematics at The Queen's College. More about the relations between the mathematicians of the East and the West can be ...

    lumbard - 2017-02-21 18:03

  3. Absences

    ... scheme) will be withheld. Any information about your absence is confidential and will not be circulated to other members ... office hours or on non-working days whenever possible. When travel times to/from appointments are significant and would disrupt the working ...

    bevan - 2017-05-23 15:01

  4. Applied Mathematics Open Day

    ... 18:00 In Your Third Year & want to find out about opportunities for summer placements and future graduate study? ... splash flows Complementary Lunch & Drinks Reception - TRAVEL BURSARIES AVAILABLE (up to £50)   Please RSVP to  ...

    dawes - 2017-01-18 08:35

  5. Applied Mathematics Open Day

    In Your Third Year & want to find out about opportunities for summer placements and future graduate study? Why not visit Oxford and hear from graduate students about their research Saturday 21 January 2017: 1-6pm ... flows Complementary Lunch & Drinks Reception - TRAVEL BURSARIES AVAILABLE (up to £50) Please RSVP to ...

    dawes - 2017-01-12 09:17

  6. Carers' expenses for conference attendance

    ... the employee, incidental costs would include the additional travel or child care costs made necessary by the training course, but not the ... information and guidance for both employers and employees about tax contributions on employer-supported childcare.  This can be found on ...

    mullins - 2017-02-09 12:21

  7. PhD studentship in algorithms and mathematics related to Chebfun (Oxford Numerical Analysis Group, Mathematical Institute and Balliol College)

    ... full university and college fees, plus additional funds for travel and books, and it comes with a place in Balliol College, founded in ... computing since the 1960s and consists of about 7 faculty, 6 postdocs, and 15 Dphil students ( ... to the Graduate Studies Assistant. For further details about the project and the application process, see ...

    brenda - 2014-08-19 15:25

  8. OWL Meeting 2006

    ... to attend. Students wanting to claim support should bring travel receipts. For further information, please contact Alex Scott ... polynomial T(G;x,y) that encodes much information about G. The number of spanning trees in G, the number of acyclic orientations ...

    riordan - 2015-07-24 11:37

  9. DPhil in Geometry and Analysis

    ... activities and meetings of the Collaboration, and to learn about the wider fields the Collaboration concerns and current research in them, rather than just about  his or her own DPhil project. Travel funds will be available for this purpose. Applications should be ...

    mielczarek - 2016-10-31 09:40

  10. Postgraduate Studentship in Bayesian Inverse Problems and Seismic Inversion

    ... of £4,000 per year.  There is also a budget for travel and subsistence for the student and for visiting collaborating ... project. See http://www.bp.com/ for further information about BP, one of the world's major oil companies. For further project ... Science and Engineering (MSE). For more information about OCCAM, see http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/occam .   Applications ...

    brenda - 2012-05-09 13:10

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