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Participants willing to speak elsewhere

All long-term participants in Newton Institute programmes are encouraged to give seminars at, or to make short visits to, UK institutions outside Cambridge during their stay. To support this activity, the Institute will cover the travel expenses involved for any participant who is formally invited to speak at another institution; the host institution is expected to cover any accommodation and incidental costs.

To assist organizers of seminar series at UK Universities in their search for relevant speakers, the Newton Institute maintains a register of those of its participants who are visiting from overseas for a period of at least two weeks, and who have indicated their willingness to give lectures or seminars elsewhere during their stay. This register lists their contact details, visit dates and key subject areas. Arrangements are normally made directly with the speaker via the email address given in the register; but the Institute will be happy to assist in cases where there are difficulties in making direct arrangements.

A complete list of all participants in each programme may be found by visiting the relevant programme's web page.


Periodic and Ergodic Spectral Problems

5 Jan - 26 Jun 2015

Name: Lukic, M
Home Institution: University of Toronto
Date of visits: 5 Jan - 24 Jan, 22 Mar - 26 Jun
Area of Expertise: Spectral theory, mathematical physics
Possible titles for seminars:
Isospectral torus of quasi-periodic Schroedinger operators
Wigner--von Neumann type perturbations of Schroedinger operators
Higher-order Szego theorems
Periodic block-Jacobi matrices and the XY spin chain
Name: Rojas-Molina, C
Home Institution: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Date of visits: 4 Jan - 28 Jan, 23 Mar - 27 Mar, 6 Apr - 26 Jun
Area of Expertise: Mathematical Physics, random Schrödinger operators
Possible titles for seminars:
Ergodicity and localization for the Delone-Anderson model
The use of quantitative unique continuation principles in Anderson localization
Localization in the Anderson model with a quasicrystalline underlying structure

Name: Tchoulaevski, V
Home Institution: Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne
Date of visits: 5 Jan - 26 Jun
Area of Expertise: Mathematical physics: spectral theory, random operators
Possible titles for seminars:
Eigenvalue concentration estimates for multi-particle Anderson Hamiltonians
Multi-particle Anderson localisation
Localisation in almost-periodic and other deterministic media
Uniform exponential localisation and simple spectrum for a class of deterministic Anderson Hamil

Systemic Risk: Mathematical Modelling and Interdisciplinary Approaches

18 Aug - 19 Dec 2014

Name: Amini, H
Home Institution: EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Date of visits: 18 Aug - 19 Dec
Area of Expertise: Systemic Risk, Random Graphs
Possible titles for seminars:
Default Cascades in Random Financial Networks
Systemic Risk and Central Counterparty Clearing
Shortest-Weight Paths in Random Graphs

Name: Brummitt, CD
Home Institution: Columbia University
Date of visits: 24 Aug - 19 Dec
Area of Expertise: Networks, dynamical systems
Possible titles for seminars:
Tipping points in coupled systems: A simple model, applied to the Arab Spring
Inside money, procyclical leverage, and banking catastrophes
Jigsaw percolation: What social networks can solve a puzzle?
Optimal interdependence among coupled systems and the tradeoffs of controlling systemic risk in...
Name: Minca, A
Home Institution: Cornell University
Date of visits: 15 Dec - 19 Dec, 15 Dec - 19 Dec, 19 Aug - 11 Oct, 19 Aug - 11 Oct
Area of Expertise:
Possible titles for seminars:




Name: Minca, A
Home Institution: Cornell University
Date of visits: 15 Dec - 19 Dec, 15 Dec - 19 Dec, 19 Aug - 11 Oct, 19 Aug - 11 Oct
Area of Expertise: Systemic Risk; Financial Networks; Liquidity risk
Possible titles for seminars:
Control of interbank contagion under partial information
Optimal Investment Under Funding Liquidity Risk
Systemic risk with central counterparty clearing
A game theoretic approach to funding liquidity modeling

Understanding Microbial Communities; Function, Structure and Dynamics

11 Aug - 19 Dec 2014

Name: Huisman, J
Home Institution: Universiteit van Amsterdam
Date of visits: 18 Aug - 3 Sep, 10 Sep - 19 Dec
Area of Expertise: Aquatic Ecology, Microbial Ecology, Theoretical Ecology
Possible titles for seminars:
The paradox of the plankton
Chaos and biodiversity
Impacts of rising CO2 on phytoplankton blooms
How vibrations of water molecule have shaped the spectral niches of photosynethic pigments of Earth
Name: Parsons, TL
Home Institution: Université Pierre & Marie Curie-Paris VI
Date of visits: 11 Aug - 19 Dec
Area of Expertise: Stochastic models in population dynamics/genetics
Possible titles for seminars:
The 'Conventional Wisdom' Redux? Stochastic Evolution in Multi-strain Epidemics
Limit Theorems for the Unified Neutral Theory of Biodiversity [...]
Inferring Diversity Dynamics
Neturality, Epistasis & Evolvability: what can graphs tell us about molecular evolution?
Name: Picioreanu, C
Home Institution: Delft University of Technology
Date of visits: 1 Sep - 20 Sep, 30 Sep - 4 Oct, 18 Oct - 9 Nov, 25 Nov - 13 Dec
Area of Expertise: Biofilm modelling
Possible titles for seminars:
Individual-based modelling of biofilms and microbial ecology
Modelling biofilms in porous media and membrane processes
Modelling dental plaque and caries formation
Modelling electroactive biofilms (microbial fuel cells, biocorrosion)

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