Applied Mathematics Seminars / Talks 2020 - 2021

The seminar is meant to highlight major topics of recent interest to both senior and junior researchers in the field.

For questions and inquiries, please contact the seminar coordinators Dr. Philipp Hoevel (philipp.hoevel@ucc.ie, semester 1) and Dr. Andrew Keane (andrew.keane@ucc.ie, semester 2).

Semester 1

Location: Western Gateway Building WGB G08 (unless the presentation is given online)

Time: 16.00 - 17.00 on Wednesdays

COVID-19 regulations: Full information can be found here.

Please note that face coverings are:

  • Required to be worn by all students whilst in teaching spaces and lab spaces where less than 2m Social Distancing is not achievable 
  • Recommended to be worn indoors when moving through corridors and where it is difficult to maintain 2m distance
Date Speaker Title (Topic)
30.09.2020

Chris Budd
(University of Bath)

Is the Mid-Pleistocene Transition a Grazing Bifurcation?

Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Philipp Hoevel (philipp.hoevel@ucc.ie) for details.

07.10.2020

No seminar due to an Applied Mathematics Meeting

14.10.2020

Doireann O'Kiely
(University of Limerick)

Hamilton, De Valera, Schrodinger and Tinney - some Irish maths stories

Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Philipp Hoevel (philipp.hoevel@ucc.ie) for details.

21.10.2020

No seminar 

 

28.10.2020

No seminar due to an Applied Mathematics Meeting

04.11.2020

Levke Caesar
(Maynooth University) 

Slowdown of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation

Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Philipp Hoevel (philipp.hoevel@ucc.ie) for details.

11.11.2020

No seminar due to an Applied Mathematics Meeting  

18.11.2020

Valerio Lucarini
(University of Reading)

Fingerprinting Heatwaves and Cold Spells and Assessing Their Response to Climate Change using Large Deviation Theory

Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Philipp Hoevel (philipp.hoevel@ucc.ie) for details. 

25.11.2020

Taha Yasseri
(University College Dublin) 

Studying Armies of Bots and Humans in the Lab: towards a sociology of humans and machines

Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Philipp Hoevel (philipp.hoevel@ucc.ie) for details. 

 

02.12.2020

  No seminar due to an Applied Mathematics Meeting

09.12.2020

   

16.12.2020

Applied Mathematics Christmas Party

Semester 2

Location: Western Gateway Building WGB G02 (unless the presentation is given online)

Time: 12.00 - 13.00 on Thursdays

COVID-19 regulations: Full information can be found here

 

Date Speaker Title (Topic)
28.01.2021

 

 
04.02.2021

Anca Mustata
(University College Cork)

Algebraic Geometry in Robotics

Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Andrew Keane (andrew.keane@ucc.ie) for details.

11.02.2021

Paul Ritchie
(University of Exeter)

Overshooting Tipping Point Thresholds in A Changing Climate

Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Andrew Keane (andrew.keane@ucc.ie) for details.

18.02.2021

 

 
25.02.2021

No seminar due to an Applied Mathematics Meeting 

04.03.2021

 No seminar due to an Applied Mathematics Meeting 

11.03.2021

Andrea Ceni
(University of Exeter)

Multistability in recurrent neural networks

Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Andrew Keane (andrew.keane@ucc.ie) for details. 

18.03.2021

No seminar due to an Applied Mathematics Meeting

25.03.2021

Jessica Enright
(University of Glasgow) 

TBA

 Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Andrew Keane (andrew.keane@ucc.ie) for details. 

01.04.2021

   

08.04.2021

No seminar due to Easter Recess

15.04.2021

 No seminar due to an Applied Mathematics Meeting

22.04.2021

Johanne Hizanidis
(University of Crete) 

Localized patterns in star networks of class-B lasers with optoelectronic feedback (TBC) 

Note that the presentation will be given online using MS Teams. Please contact Dr. Andrew Keane (andrew.keane@ucc.ie) for details.

School of Mathematical Sciences

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Room 1-57, First Floor floor, T12 XF62

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