Professor J Bryce McLeod FRS FRSE Memorial Meeting


11.00am, Saturday 30 May 2015 - L3, Andrew Wiles Building

Scientific conference held at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford. A sandwich lunch will be provided.

Elaine Crooks – University of Swansea
Compensated convexity, Hausdorff-stable singularity extraction, and image processing
Norman Dancer – University of Sydney and University of Swansea
Stable and finite Morse index solutions
Gero Friesecke – TU Munich
X-rays with a twist: solutions to Maxwell's equations yielding discrete diffraction patterns for helical structures
Stuart Hastings - University of Pittsburgh
How on earth did he think of that? A brief retrospective on the work of J. Bryce McLeod
John Toland - Isaac Newton Institute
The Fourier Series of Stokes Waves

5.30pm, Saturday 30 May 2015 - The Chapel Wadham College, Oxford

More personal reflection of Bryce's life, held at Wadham College. The dress code for this part of the event is smart casual.


Registration is now closed.

Memoir by Stuart Hastings
Bryce McLeod, a Life in Mathematics In conversation with John Ball


"He solved problems with consummate skill across an extraordinary range of areas as diverse as fluid mechanics, general relativity, plasma physics, mathematical biology, superconductivity, Painlevé equations, coagulation processes, nonlinear diffusion and pantograph equations, among many others.
He had long-lasting and productive collaborations with very many distinguished mathematicians, both applied analysts like himself and modellers whose differential equation had caught his interest: he was always interested to look at new problems unearthed by colleagues working in a more applications-focused way.
His work was characterised by great lucidity of thought married to immense creativity and ingenuity of argument."
Sam Howison August 2014. Full obituary