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Theory of Water Waves - Water Waves Theories and the Marine Industries, 30 July 2014

Water waves are a dramatic phenomena that can impact every aspect of life on the planet. At smaller length scales the ripples driven by surface tension affect remote sensing.

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Upcoming Event Quantum System

Quantum Control Engineering: Mathematical Solutions for Industry - 7 August 2014

We are currently entering a new technological era in which we are able to build systems whose performance is limited by quantum physical effects and in which it may be possible to exploit non-classical phenomena in novel ways.

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NC3Rs/POEMS Network Maths Study Group: Mathematical Approaches to 3Rs Problems in Medicine and Healthcare, 8-12 September 2014

A Study Group to connect mathematicians and biomedical scientists to tackle research problems which, if addressed, could help to replace, reduce or refine the use of animals in research.

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Upcoming Event Post-Quantum Research

Post-Quantum Research - Addressing Future Challenges and Directions - 18-19 September

This two day event aims to take forward ideas generated in a first workshop in May 2014.

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Free Boundary Problems - Interfaces and Free Boundaries in Biology and Medicine - 24 June 2014

Free boundary problems are today considered to be one of the most important directions in the mainstream analysis of partial differential equations, with an abundance of applications to real world problems.

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