DAMTP/CMS Seminar Series

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For other seminars at CMS:

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Seminar given at CMS Seminar given at CMS
[DAMTP Seminars RSS feed] DAMTP Seminars

Monday September 25 13:00

Passive and active tracer flows: Regional-scale mixing and laboratory-scale instabilities
Jared Penney, LEGOS, Toulouse
DAMTP Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics

Thursday September 28 12:00

Identifying Rossby wave packets using local finite amplitude wave activity
Paolo Ghinassi, Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Universit
DAMTP Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics

Wednesday October 4 14:15

Title to be confirmed
Andreas Ringwald, DESY
Wednesday HEP-GR Colloquium

Thursday October 5 13:00

Title to be confirmed
Miguel Paulos (CNRS)
Quantum Fields and Strings Seminars

Thursday October 5 15:00

Stable Gabor Phase Retrieval and Spectral Clustering
Philipp Grohs (University of Vienna)
Applied and Computational Analysis

[Other Seminars at CMS RSS feed] Other Seminars at CMS

Monday September 25 09:00

MAFRAN : Mathematical Frontiers in the Analysis of Many-particle Systems
Various speakers
DPMMS info aggregator

Monday September 25 09:30

Welcome& Introduction
Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics); David Abrahams (Isaa
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series

Monday September 25 09:40

Introduction to Sea Ice Climate Models
Daniel Feltham (University of Reading)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series