Model reduction across disciplines

19-22 of August 2014, University of Leicester, UK

This conference is dedicated to the 60th birthday of Alexander Gorban

 

The list of speakers and talks (in alphabetic order)

 

The programme is here

 

Samad Ahmadi
De Montfort University, Leicester
Search space reductions in large neighbourhoods in combinatorial optimization

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Luc Berthouze
Sussex Neuroscience, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
Identification of criticality in neuronal avalanches

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Vadim Biktashev
University of Exeter
Asymptotic dynamics of spiral and scroll waves

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Roman Borisyuk
Plymouth University
Brain structure and brain dynamics: Mathematical perspectives

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Nikolai Brilliantov
Kinetic Theory of Ballistic Aggregation and Fragmentation
(Application to Planetary Rings)

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Viatcheslav Bykov
Karlsruher Institut fr Technologie
On local and global approaches in model reduction of mechanisms of chemical kinetics

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Stephen Coombes
School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham
Model reduction in mathematical neuroscience

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Jochen Einbeck,
Durham University
Data visualization (and beyond) with local principal curves and manifolds

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Sergei Fedotov
University of Manchester
Random walk models and nonlinear fractional subdiffusive equations:
Applications in physics and biology

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Gennadiy Fridman
Novosibirsk Academytown - the Land of Science and Freedom.

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Alexander Gorban
University of Leicester
Elusive slow manifold

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Dima Grigoriev
Directeur de Recherche au CNRS
On Nash conjecture for toric varieties

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Katalin M. Hangos, Gabor Szederkenyi
Computer and Automation Research Institute, Budapest, Hungary
Conservation and entropy-inspired Lyapunov functions for positive polynomial systems

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Natalia Janson
Loughborough University
Breathing with delayed feedback

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Ioannis Kevrekidis
University of Princeton
Coarse-graining the dynamics of (and on) complex networks

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Ilya Karlin
ETH Zürich
Entropy-Assisted Computing and “Guardian Angels” of Low-Dissipative Systems

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Ben Leimkuhler
The University of Edinburgh.
Algorithms for ensemble control

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Robert MacKay
Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick
Hierarchical aggregation procedures for complex systems

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Kenneth Mease
and Marco Maggia
University of California, Irvine
Model Reduction via Finite-Time Lyapunov Analysis

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Alexander Mikhailov
University of Leeds,
Long Wave Etudes

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Robert Niven
UNCW Canberra
Model Reduction of Flow Systems and Networks by the Maximum Entropy Method

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Hans Christian Öttinger
and Carl Zinner
ETH Zürich
Numerics for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws with the Help from Physical Entropy

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David Packwood
University of Warwick, UK
Enhancement of the Stability of Lattice Boltzmann Methods by Dissipation Control

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Elena Panteley and Ali El Ati LSS-CNRS
On practical stability of a network of coupled nonlinear limit-cycle oscillators

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Tiago Pereira
Imperial College London
Dynamics in Heterogeneous Networks: Emergence at Various Scales

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Marc R. Roussel
Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Lethbridge
Lumping, transformation of variables, and invariant manifolds

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Sergey Saveliev
Loughborough University
Nano and bio-devices driven by noise

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Vladimir Shaidurov
Institute of Computational Modelling Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch
Semi-Lagrangian reduction of time-dependent Navier-Stokes Equations

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Marshall Slemrod
Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Department of Mathematics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot
From Boltzmann to Euler: Hilbert’s 6th problem revisited

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Erik Steur
KU Leuven, Belgium
Partial synchronization in networks of systems with linear time-delay coupling

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Ivan Tyukin
University of Leicester
The second Lyapunov method for unstable attractors

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Cees van Leeuwen
KU Leuven, Belgium
Extreme model reduction in neuroscience: Principles before Realism

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Chris Welshman
University of Manchester
Reducing a family of attractors: parameter dependence in the reduced model

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Donald C. Wunsch, Stephen Damelin, and Rui Xu
Missouri University of Science & Technology 
Adaptive Resonance Theory and Diffusion Maps for Clustering Applications in Pattern Analysis

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Gregory Yablonsky*
Denis Constales**, Eugene Redekop**, Guy B. Marin**
* Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology, Saint Louis University,
St. Louis, MO
** Ghent University, Gent
When Are Two Eyes Still Better Than One: Model Construction vs Model Reduction

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Andrei Zinovyev
Computational Systems Biology of Cancer group, Institut Curie
Fighting with complexity of biological systems

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