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Activities & Events

Information on the following activities/events will be updated regularly:

  • Spectral theory network conference VI: This three day meeting took place in Cardiff on 23 - 25 July 2004.**
  • Spectral theory network conference V: This three day meeting took place in Cardiff on 15 - 17 December 2003.**
  • Spectral theory network conference IV: This three day meeting took place in Edinburgh on 23 - 25 June 2003.**
  • Spectral theory network conference III: This three day meeting took place in Sussex on 16-18 December 2002.**
  • Spectral theory network conference II: This two day meeting took place in Cardiff on 27-28 June 2002.**
  • Spectral theory network conference I: This two day meeting took place in Cardiff on 19-20 October 2001.**

**Talk abstracts are available in .pdf format to download

About the Network

The Brirish EPSRC has recently funded a research network in spectral theory. The objective of the network is to bring together groups in the UK interested in both pure and applied spectral theory of differential equations, and scientists whose interests lie in the numerical analysis and scientific computations associated with spectral problems, with the goal of producing greater synergy.

Initially the network will be built around nodes at Bristol, Cardiff, Herriot Watt, Hull, King's College London, Leicester and Loughborough. These groups represent diverse aspects of spectral theory: both pure and applied, and both direct and inverse. The expectation of is that the facilities provided by the network will create and further develop links between these groups and other scientists within the UK community and elsewhere. This will be achieved by providing funds for scientific work within and between groups and also by funding a series of for a, to which the scientific community will be invited, where an exchange of ideas can take place and new alliances be formed. It is recognised that there are other groups in the UK also working on spectral problems and we have the agreement of most of these to be part of the network.

     
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