Wales Mathematics Colloquium 2010

June 2, 2010

The Mathematics group at the University of Glamorgan, including members of the Applied Maths and Stats Research Unit, organised the program for last week’s Wales Mathematics Colloquium, held at Gregynog Hall.

The Wales Mathematics Colloquium, held at Gregynog Hall, is an annual gathering of members of the mathematics departments from the universities of Aberystwth, Cardiff, Glamorgan and Swansea (along with others who wish to participate) and these departmants take it in turn to organise the scientific and social program and invite external speakers. In 2010 the University of Glamorgan was responsible for organising the program. Thanks to funding from the London Mathematical Society, three external speakers were invited:


and all of whom gave excellent and well-received talks.

The colloquium also featured contributed talks from members of the research unit

  • Stephen Hopkins: “A hybrid mathematical model of fungal growth”
  • Tatiana Tatarinova: “A unifying theory for GC3 biology in plants and animals”

The full program can be found here.

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