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The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences is a national and international visitor research institute. It runs research programmes on selected themes in mathematics and the mathematical sciences with applications over a wide range of science and technology. You can receive regular information by email on Institute seminars and events by subscribing to our mailing lists: follow the instructions at http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/mailing.html. There are lists for each individual Institute programme. If you have a question about this list, please contact: Jonathan H N Chin; Chie Sibley Obata; Kathryn de Ridder; Clare Merritt; info@newton.ac.uk; Vincenzo Abete; ss917; ad864. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser. 92 upcoming talks and 7990 talks in the archive: show all (slow!). Information-theoretic perspectives on learning algorithmsSTS - Statistical scalability Varun Jog (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 22 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 Information-theoretic perspectives on learning algorithmsSTS - Statistical scalability Varun Jog (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 22 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 Bayesian Quadrature for Multiple Related IntegralsUNQ - Uncertainty quantification for complex systems: theory and methodologies Francois-Xavier Briol (Imperial College London; University of Warwick; University of Oxford). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 21 February 2018, 11:00-13:00 Bayesian Quadrature for Multiple Related IntegralsUNQ - Uncertainty quantification for complex systems: theory and methodologies Francois-Xavier Briol (Imperial College London; University of Warwick; University of Oxford). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 21 February 2018, 11:00-13:00 A Hybrid Block Bootstrap For Sample Quantiles Under Weak DependenceSTS - Statistical scalability Alastair Young (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 20 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 A Hybrid Block Bootstrap For Sample Quantiles Under Weak DependenceSTS - Statistical scalability Alastair Young (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 20 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 Nonlinear Shrinkage Estimation in Quadratic Inference Function Analysis for Correlated DataSTS - Statistical scalability Clifford Lam (London School of Economics). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 Nonlinear Shrinkage Estimation in Quadratic Inference Function Analysis for Correlated DataSTS - Statistical scalability Clifford Lam (London School of Economics). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 Uncertainty Quantification of geochemical and mechanical compaction in layered sedimentary basinsUNQ - Uncertainty quantification for complex systems: theory and methodologies Lorenzo Tamellini (Istituto di Matematica Applicata e Tecnologie Informatiche (IMATI)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 February 2018, 11:00-13:00 Uncertainty Quantification of geochemical and mechanical compaction in layered sedimentary basinsUNQ - Uncertainty quantification for complex systems: theory and methodologies Lorenzo Tamellini (Istituto di Matematica Applicata e Tecnologie Informatiche (IMATI)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 February 2018, 11:00-13:00 Adaptation in log-concave density estimationSTS - Statistical scalability Arlene Kim (Sungshin Women’s University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 Adaptation in log-concave density estimationSTS - Statistical scalability Arlene Kim (Sungshin Women’s University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 Future directions panelUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 14:30-15:30 Future directions panelUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 14:30-15:30 Replication or exploration? Sequential design for stochastic simulation experimentsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Robert Gramacy (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 13:30-14:30 Replication or exploration? Sequential design for stochastic simulation experimentsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Robert Gramacy (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 13:30-14:30 High-Dimensional Collocation for Lognormal Diffusion ProblemsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Oliver Ernst (Technische Universität Chemnitz). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 11:30-12:30 High-Dimensional Collocation for Lognormal Diffusion ProblemsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Oliver Ernst (Technische Universität Chemnitz). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 11:30-12:30 Nonstationary Gaussian process emulators with covariance mixturesUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Daniel Williamson (University of Exeter). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 10:00-11:00 Nonstationary Gaussian process emulators with covariance mixturesUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Daniel Williamson (University of Exeter). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 10:00-11:00 Group covariance functions for Gaussian process metamodels with categorical inputsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Olivier Roustant (Mines Saint-Étienne ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 09:00-10:00 Group covariance functions for Gaussian process metamodels with categorical inputsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Olivier Roustant (Mines Saint-Étienne ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 February 2018, 09:00-10:00 Bayesian optimal design for Gaussian process modelUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Maria Adamou (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 16:00-17:00 Bayesian optimal design for Gaussian process modelUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Maria Adamou (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 16:00-17:00 Uncertainty Quantification with Multi-Level and Multi-Index methodsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Raul Fidel Tempone (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 14:30-15:30 Uncertainty Quantification with Multi-Level and Multi-Index methodsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Raul Fidel Tempone (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 14:30-15:30 Positive definite kernels for deterministic and stochastic approximations of (invariant) functionsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems David Ginsbourger (Other; Universität Bern). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 13:30-14:30 Positive definite kernels for deterministic and stochastic approximations of (invariant) functionsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems David Ginsbourger (Other; Universität Bern). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 13:30-14:30 Surrogate models in Bayesian Inverse ProblemsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Aretha Teckentrup (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 11:30-12:30 Surrogate models in Bayesian Inverse ProblemsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Aretha Teckentrup (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 11:30-12:30 A compositional approach to scalable statistical modelling and computationSTS - Statistical scalability Darren Wilkinson (Newcastle University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 A compositional approach to scalable statistical modelling and computationSTS - Statistical scalability Darren Wilkinson (Newcastle University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 Deterministic RBF Surrogate Methods for Uncertainty Quantification, Global Optimization and Parallel HPC ApplicationsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Christine Shoemaker (National University of Singapore). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 10:00-11:00 Deterministic RBF Surrogate Methods for Uncertainty Quantification, Global Optimization and Parallel HPC ApplicationsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Christine Shoemaker (National University of Singapore). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 10:00-11:00 Polynomial approximation of high-dimensional functions on irregular domainsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Ben Adcock (Simon Fraser University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 09:00-10:00 Polynomial approximation of high-dimensional functions on irregular domainsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Ben Adcock (Simon Fraser University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 February 2018, 09:00-10:00 Panel comparisons: Challenor, Ginsbourger, Nobile, Teckentrup and BeckUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 February 2018, 11:30-12:30 Panel comparisons: Challenor, Ginsbourger, Nobile, Teckentrup and BeckUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 February 2018, 11:30-12:30 tbaUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Elaine Spiller (None). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 February 2018, 10:00-11:00 Emulators for forecasting and UQ of natural hazardsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Elaine Spiller (None). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 February 2018, 10:00-11:00 Aspects of adaptive Galerkin FE for stochastic direct and inverse problemsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Martin Eigel (Weierstraß-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 February 2018, 09:00-10:00 Aspects of adaptive Galerkin FE for stochastic direct and inverse problemsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Martin Eigel (Weierstraß-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 February 2018, 09:00-10:00 A domain-decomposition-based model reduction method for convection-diffusion equations with random coefficientsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Guannan Zhang (Oak Ridge National Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 February 2018, 14:30-15:30 Modelling discontinuities in simulator output using Voronoi tessellationsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems John Paul Gosling (University of Leeds). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 February 2018, 13:30-14:30 Multi-Index Stochastic Collocation (MISC) for Elliptic PDEs with random dataUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Lorenzo Tamellini (Università degli Studi di Pavia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 February 2018, 11:30-12:30 Random Feature Expansions for Deep Gaussian ProcessesUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Maurizio Filippone (EURECOM). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 February 2018, 10:00-11:00 Recovery conditions of compressed sensing approach to uncertainty quantificationUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Hoang Tran (Oak Ridge National Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 February 2018, 09:00-10:00 Domain Uncertainty QuantificationUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Christoph Schwab (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 February 2018, 16:00-17:00 Active Subspace Techniques to Construct Surrogate Models for Complex Physical and Biological ModelsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Ralph Smith (North Carolina State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 February 2018, 14:30-15:30 Emulation for model discrepancyUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Michael Goldstein (Durham University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 February 2018, 13:30-14:30 Adaptive Stochastic Galerkin Finite Element Approximation for Elliptic PDEs with Random CoefficientsUNQW02 - Surrogate models for UQ in complex systems Catherine Powell (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 February 2018, 11:30-12:30 Questions, Discussion and Wrap-UpOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 15:55-16:30 Uncertainties and Modelling in the Management of Coronary Heart DiseaseOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors Julian Gunn (University of Sheffield). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 15:30-15:55 Questions and DiscussionOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 14:50-15:10 Modelling Financial Uncertainty for Regulated Insurance Companies: the Case of Equity RiskOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors Mikhail Derevyanko (Aviva Plc). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 14:25-14:50 Understanding and Mitigating the Impacts of Natural Catastrophes: Models, Uncertainties and ApplicationsOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors Stephen Jewson (RMS Ltd). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 14:00-14:25 Questions and DiscussionOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 12:40-13:00 Challenges of Modelling and Parameter Uncertainties in Aeronautical ApplicationsOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors Sanjiv Sharma (Airbus). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 12:15-12:40 Uncertainty Management During the Design of Advanced Aero EnginesOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors Alexander Karl (Rolls-Royce Corporation). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 11:50-12:15 Testing for High-dimensional White NoiseSTS - Statistical scalability Qiwei Yao (London School of Economics). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 11:00-12:00 An Overview of Stochastic Finite Element Methods for PDE Models with Uncertain InputsOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors Catherine Powell (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 10:50-11:30 Uncertainty Quantification in Complex Models - A Statistical PerspectiveOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors Peter Challenor (University of Exeter). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 10:10-10:50 Welcome and IntroductionOFBW37 - Taming Uncertainty in Mathematical Models Used in the Private and Public Sectors Christie Marr (Isaac Newton Institute); Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 10:00-10:10 OfB UQ for Complex SystemsOFB - Open for Business . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 February 2018, 09:00-17:00 Revisiting Huber’s M-Estimation: A Tuning-Free ApproachSTS - Statistical scalability Chao Zheng (Lancaster University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 January 2018, 11:00-12:00 Multivariate intensity estimation via hyperbolic wavelet selectionSTS - Statistical scalability Nathalie Akakpo (Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 January 2018, 11:00-12:00 Singular Value Decomposition for High-dimensional High-order DataSTS - Statistical scalability Anru Zhang (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 23 January 2018, 11:00-12:00 Variable selection and classification with large-scale presence only dataSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Garvesh Raskutti (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 19 January 2018, 11:45-12:30 An optimal unrestricted learning procedureSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Shahar Mendelson (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology; Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 19 January 2018, 11:00-11:45 Learning determinantal point processesSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Philippe Rigollet (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 19 January 2018, 09:45-10:30 Falkon: fast and optimal kernel method for large scale machine learningSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Alessandro Rudi (INRIA; ENS - Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 19 January 2018, 09:00-09:45 The xyz algorithm for fast interaction search in high-dimensional dataSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Rajen Shah (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 January 2018, 16:00-16:45 Sharp oracle inequalities for stationary points of nonconvex penalised M-estimatorsSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Andreas Elsener (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 January 2018, 14:45-15:30 Asymptotics for ABC algorithmsSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Judith Rousseau (University of Oxford; Université Paris-Dauphine). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 January 2018, 14:00-14:45 Small Big Data: Temporal structure in discrete time seriesSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Ioannis Kontoyiannis (University of Cambridge; Athens University of Economics and Business). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 January 2018, 11:45-12:30 On the gap between local recovery guarantees in structured compressed sensing and oracle estimatesSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Claire Boyer (Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 January 2018, 11:00-11:45 Adaptive estimation of functionals under sparsitySTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Alexandre Tsybakov (CREST: Centre de Recherche en Économie et Statistique; Université Pierre & Marie Curie-Paris VI ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 January 2018, 09:45-10:30 Optimal Covariance Change Point Detection in High DimensionSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Yi Yu (University of Cambridge; University of Bristol). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 January 2018, 09:00-09:45 Learning from mistakes - learning optimally sparse image filters by quotient minimisationSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 January 2018, 11:45-12:30 Nonlinear Models for Matrix CompletionSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Rebecca Willett (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 January 2018, 11:00-11:45 Probability paradigms in Uncertainty QuantificationUNQ - Uncertainty quantification for complex systems: theory and methodologies Hermann Matthies (Technische Universität Braunschweig). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 January 2018, 11:00-13:00 Optimal and efficient learning with random featuresSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Lorenzo Rosasco (Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Università degli Studi di Genova; Istituto Italiano di Tecnologica (IIT)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 January 2018, 09:45-10:30 Sharpness, Restart and Compressed Sensing PerformanceSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Alex d'Aspremont (CNRS - Ecole Normale Superieure Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 January 2018, 09:00-09:45 Selecting Groups of Variables for Prediction Problems in Chemometrics: Recent Regularization ApproachesSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Rainer von Sachs (Université Catholique de Louvain ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 16 January 2018, 14:45-15:30 Optimal Link Prediction with Matrix Logistic RegressionSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Quentin Berthet (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 16 January 2018, 14:00-14:45 Learning and inference in probabilistic submodular modelsSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Andreas Krause (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 16 January 2018, 11:45-12:30 RANK: Large-Scale Inference with Graphical Nonlinear KnockoffsSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Yingying Fan (University of Southern California). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 16 January 2018, 11:00-11:45 The Expxorcist: Nonparametric Graphical Models Via Conditional Exponential DensitiesSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Pradeep Ravikumar (Carnegie Mellon University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 16 January 2018, 09:45-10:30 An Instability in Variational Methods for Learning Topic ModelsSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Andrea Montanari (Stanford University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 16 January 2018, 09:00-09:45 The zig-zag and super-efficient sampling for Bayesian analysis of big dataSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Gareth Roberts (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 15 January 2018, 16:10-16:55 Instruments, Images, and AnchorsSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Nicolai Meinshausen (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 15 January 2018, 14:55-15:40 Uniform pertubation analysis of eigenspaces and its applications to Community Detection, Ranking and BeyondSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Jianqing Fan (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 15 January 2018, 14:10-14:55 The Hardness of Conditional Independence TestingSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Jonas Peters (University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 15 January 2018, 11:55-12:40 Robust inference with the knockoff filterSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Rina Foygel Barber (University of Chicago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 15 January 2018, 11:10-11:55 On Gradient-Based Optimization: Accelerated, Stochastic and NonconvexSTSW01 - Theoretical and algorithmic underpinnings of Big Data Michael Jordan (University of California, Berkeley). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 15 January 2018, 10:00-10:45 UQ perspectives on approximate Bayesian computation (ABC)UNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Richard Wilkinson (University of Sheffield). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 12 January 2018, 13:30-14:30 Analysis of Ensemble Kalman InversionUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Claudia Schillings (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 12 January 2018, 11:30-12:30 Variations on the Expected ImprovementUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications David Ginsbourger (Other; Universität Bern). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 12 January 2018, 10:00-11:00 Multilevel Monte Carlo MethodsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Robert Scheichl (University of Bath). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 12 January 2018, 09:00-10:00 Computational models of the heart: Why they are useful, and how they would benefit from UQUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Richard Clayton (University of Sheffield). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 11 January 2018, 16:00-17:00 Uncertainty Quantification (UQ) and Communication for Chemical and Biological Hazard ResponseUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Ronni Bowman (Defence Science and Technology Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 11 January 2018, 14:30-15:30 The Bayesian approach to inverse problemsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Masoumeh Dashti (University of Sussex). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 11 January 2018, 11:30-12:30 Gaussian process emulationUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Tony O'Hagan (University of Sheffield). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 11 January 2018, 10:00-11:00 Low-rank approximations for parametric and random PDEsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Markus Bachmayr (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 11 January 2018, 09:00-10:00 Linear Algebra Methods for Parameter-Dependent Partial Differential EquationsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Howard Elman (University of Maryland). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 10 January 2018, 11:30-12:30 Bayesian Probabilistic Numerical MethodsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Chris Oates (Newcastle University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 10 January 2018, 10:00-11:00 A few elements of numerical analysis for PDEs with random coefficients of lognormal typeUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Julia Charrier (Aix Marseille Université). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 10 January 2018, 09:00-10:00 Uncertainty quantification in demography: Challenges and possible solutionsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Jakub Bijak (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 09 January 2018, 16:00-17:00 Sequential Bayesian Inference in high-dimensional geoscience applicationsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Peter Jan van Leeuwen (University of Reading). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 09 January 2018, 14:30-15:30 UQ in earth sciences: applications and challengesUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Lindsay Lee (University of Leeds). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 09 January 2018, 13:30-14:30 Experimental design in computer experiments: review and recent researchUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Henry Wynn (London School of Economics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 09 January 2018, 11:30-12:30 Uncertainty quantification for partial differential equations: going beyond Monte CarloUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Max Gunzburger (Florida State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 09 January 2018, 10:00-11:00 Uncertainty analysis for complex systems modelled by computer simulatorsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Michael Goldstein (Durham University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 09 January 2018, 09:00-10:00 Philosophical Approaches to Uncertainty and its MeasurementUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Richard Bradley (London School of Economics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 08 January 2018, 16:30-17:30 Machine learning techniques for uncertainty quantification of subsurface reservoir modelsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Ahmed ElSheikh (Heriot-Watt University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 08 January 2018, 15:00-16:00 Uncertainty quantification of numerical experiments: Several issues in industrial applicationsUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Bertrand Iooss (Electricté de France; Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 08 January 2018, 14:00-15:00 Poster Blitz IUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 08 January 2018, 12:30-13:00 Uncertainty Quantification from a Mathematical PerspectiveUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Ralph Smith (North Carolina State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 08 January 2018, 11:30-12:30 Statistical perspectives on UQ, past and presentUNQW01 - Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications Jim Berger (Duke University; University of Chicago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 08 January 2018, 10:00-11:00 An interpolating distance between Wasserstein and Fisher-RaoVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes François-Xavier Vialard (Université Paris-Dauphine; INRIA Paris - Rocquencourt). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Compensated convexity, multiscale medial axis maps, and sharp regularity of the squared distance functionVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Elaine Crooks (Swansea University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 Formulations of community detection in terms of total variation and surface tensionVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Zachary Boyd (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 December 2017, 09:00-10:00 Stochastic Metamorphosis in Imaging ScienceVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Darryl Holm (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 December 2017, 16:00-17:00 Biophysical force regulation in cell migrationGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Mingming Wu (Cornell University; Cornell University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 December 2017, 15:00-16:30 When to lift (a function to higher dimensions) and when notVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Christopher Zach (Toshiba Research Europe Ltd). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 December 2017, 14:30-15:30 Nonlinear elasticity and image processingVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes John Ball (University of Oxford; Heriot-Watt University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 December 2017, 13:30-14:30 Geometry and learning in 3D correspondence problemsVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Alex Bronstein (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Optimal Transport and Deep Generative ModelsVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Gabriel Peyre (CNRS - Ecole Normale Superieure Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 Soliton solutions for the elastic metric on spaces of curvesVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Peter Michor (Universität Wien; Universität Wien). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 December 2017, 09:00-10:00 More Tales of our ForefathersBarry Simon (CALTECH - California Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 December 2017, 14:00-15:30 Langevin equations for landmark image registration with uncertaintyVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Stephen Marsland (Massey University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Inversion of waves and current profiles using X-band radar in coastal zoneSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Pavel Chernyshov (Tel Aviv University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Two- and three-dimensional effects in spatial and temporal evolution of water waves excited by wind and generated mechanicallySIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Anna Chernyshova (Tel Aviv University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 December 2017, 11:00-11:30 Two-Stage/Three-Stage Method for Image SegmentationVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Tieyong Zeng (Hong Kong Baptist University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 Low-order graphical models for shapes and hierarchies in segmentationVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Yuri Boykov (University of Western Ontario; University of Western Ontario). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 December 2017, 09:00-10:00 Konrad Bajer Commemorative SymposiumGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Maria Ekiel-Jezewska (Polish Academy of Sciences; Polish Academy of Sciences). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 17:45-17:50 Konrad Bajer Commemorative SymposiumGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Keith Moffatt (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 17:00-17:45 Konrad Bajer Commemorative SymposiumGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Andrew Gilbert (University of Exeter). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 16:15-17:00 Compact Rank Models and OptimizationVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Carl Olsson (Lund University; Chalmers University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 16:00-17:00 Konrad Bajer Commemorative SymposiumGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Tomasz Lipniacki (). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 15:45-16:15 Konrad Bajer Commemorative Symposium - TEA BREAKGFS - Growth form and self-organisation . Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 15:15-15:45 Konrad Bajer Commemorative SymposiumGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Marek Dudynski (University of Warsaw). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 14:45-15:15 Simultaneous Image Segmentation and Registration and ApplicationsVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Weihong Guo (Case Western Reserve University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 14:30-15:30 Konrad Bajer Commemorative SymposiumGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Krzyszlof Mizerski (Polish Academy of Sciences). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 14:15-14:45 Konrad Bajer Commemorative SymposiumGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Maciej Lisicki (University of Cambridge; Trinity College, Cambridge; Uniwersytet Warszawski). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 13:45-14:15 Konrad Bajer Commemorative SymposiumGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Andrzej Herczyński (Boston College). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 13:30-13:45 Efficient regularization of functional map computationsVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Maks Ovsjanikov (École Polytechnique). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 13:30-14:30 Capturing 3D models of deformable objects from monocular sequencesVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Lourdes Agapito (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Experimental modelling of waves in ice coverSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Vitaliy Zemlyak (Other). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Recent advances of Computational Quasiconformal Geometry in Imaging, Graphics and VisionsVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Lok Ming Lui (Chinese University of Hong Kong). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 Riemannian Diffeomorphic Mapping and Some ApplicationsVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Laurent Younes (Johns Hopkins University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 December 2017, 09:00-10:00 3D Shape Inference from Images using Deep LearningVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Andrew Zisserman (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 11 December 2017, 16:00-17:00 Euler's elastica based segmentation models and the fast algorithmsVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Wei Zhu (University of Alabama at Birmingham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 11 December 2017, 14:30-15:30 Spectral approaches to partial deformable 3D shape correspondenceVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Emanuele Rodolà (Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 11 December 2017, 13:30-14:30 Convexity and Other Shape priors for Single and Multiple Object SegmentationVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Olga Veksler (University of Western Ontario). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 11 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Point correspondences in the functional map frameworkVMVW03 - Flows, mappings and shapes Nir Sochen (Tel Aviv University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 11 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 Fracture Mechanics Applied To Ice IhSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks John Dempsey (Clarkson University; Aalto University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 08 December 2017, 14:30-15:30 Anisotropic sea ice mechanicsSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Daniel Feltham (University of Reading). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 08 December 2017, 13:30-14:30 An anisotropic elastic-decohesive constitutive relation for sea iceSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Han Duc Tran (Vietnamese-German University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 08 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Evaluation of an Elastic-Decohesive Rheology for Sea IceSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Kara Peterson (Sandia National Laboratories). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 08 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 A Maxwell-Elasto-Brittle model for the drift and deformation of sea iceSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Veronique Dansereau (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 08 December 2017, 09:00-10:00 Global Ice Fracture Experiments at Spitsbergen and Its Impact on Numerical Simulation of Ice ActionsSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Sveinung Loset (Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Norwegian University of Science and Technology; University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 07 December 2017, 14:30-15:30 Coulomb’s mechanics of sea ice: From geophysical evidences to experimental modelingSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Jerome Weiss (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 07 December 2017, 13:30-14:30 Cracks in ice and their role in brittle compressive failureSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Erland Schulson (Dartmouth College; Dartmouth College). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 07 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Micromechanics of sea ice frictional slip from test basin scale experimentsSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Peter Sammonds (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 07 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 Hydrofracture Propagation from Supraglacial Lake DrainageSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Victor Tsai (CALTECH (California Institute of Technology)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 07 December 2017, 09:00-10:00 Potential new pathways in modelling sea ice phenomena coming from the analysis of multiscale solids with defectsSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Michael Nieves (Keele University; University of Cagliari; University of Liverpool). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 06 December 2017, 15:30-16:30 Impact of the hydraulically induced shear stress on hydraulic fractureSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Gennady Mishuris (Aberystwyth University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 06 December 2017, 14:30-15:30 Issues on modeling river ice dynamicsSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Hung Tao Shen (Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 06 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Sea ice break-up in the marginal ice zoneSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Dany Dumont (Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 06 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 River Ice BreakupSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Steven Daly (United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 06 December 2017, 09:00-10:00 Integrating Elastic and Viscous Properties of Ice for Ocean Wave PropagationSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Hayley Shen (Clarkson University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 05 December 2017, 16:00-17:00 Breaking Pattern of Ice Cover during its Collision with Ship/Offshore StructuresSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Shunying Ji (Dalian University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 05 December 2017, 14:30-15:30 Deformation and failure of sea ice coverSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Jukka Tuhkuri (Aalto University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 05 December 2017, 13:30-14:30 The Physics of Ice Crushing Associated with Indentation and ImpactSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Robert Gagnon (National Research Council of Canada). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 05 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Crack nucleation in ice – a historical review and research challengesSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Mao See Wu (Nanyang Technological University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 05 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 Structural adaptation - a statistical concept for image denoisingVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Joerg Polzehl (Weierstraß-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 05 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 Ice edge failure processSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Kaj Riska (Total E&P UK Limited; NTNU). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 05 December 2017, 09:00-10:00 Peridynamic Modelling of Ice FractureSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Erkan Oterkus (University of Strathclyde). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 04 December 2017, 16:00-17:00 On the Formation and Evolution of Rifts in Ice ShelvesSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Roiy Sayag (Ben-Gurion University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 04 December 2017, 14:30-15:30 Continuum damage models for fracturing and weakening of Antarctic ice shelvesSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Chris Borstad (University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 04 December 2017, 13:30-14:30 Probabilistic Fracture Mechanics and Its Implications on IceSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Sze Dai Pang (National University of Singapore). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 04 December 2017, 11:30-12:30 Growth process and structure of refrozen cracks in sea iceSIPW04 - Ice fracture and cracks Chris Petrich (Norut Northern Research Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 04 December 2017, 10:00-11:00 Questions/DiscussionsOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 16:50-17:00 A World From a Sheet of PaperOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Tadashi Tokieda (Stanford University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 16:10-16:50 Form and Shape for Lighting Virtual WorldsOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Graham Hazel (Geomerics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 15:10-15:40 On Form and Function in Board GamesOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Chris Sangwin (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 14:35-15:10 Mathematical Approaches to ToysOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Christopher Budd (University of Bath). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 14:00-14:35 Re-Constructing Illuminated Manuscripts and PaintingsOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge); Stella Panayotova (Fitzwilliam Museum). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 12:40-13:10 How Quantum Physics Democratised Music: A Meditation on Physics and TechnologyOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Sir Michael Berry (University of Bristol). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 12:10-12:40 Hearing Your Genes EvolveOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Deirdre Gribbin (Composer). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 11:35-12:10 Growth and Form: From Stalactites to PonytailsOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Raymond Goldstein (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 10:45-11:15 Light Echoes in Art and Science: How far do the Two Constituencies Reflect Each Other in Theory and Practice?OFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Siân Ede (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 10:15-10:45 Welcome and IntroductionOFBW36 - Form & Deformation in Art, Toys and Games Christie Marr (Isaac Newton Institute); Andrzej Herczynski (Boston College); Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 01 December 2017, 10:00-10:15 Forms in Olympic GamesGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Christophe Clanet (École Polytechnique; CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 17:10-17:50 Physics of SportsGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Raymond Penner (Vancouver Island University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 16:30-17:10 An Introduction to the Mechanics of the LassoGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Neil Ribe (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 16:00-16:30 Geometry and probability in perception and actionGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games L Mahadevan (Harvard University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 14:50-15:30 On the terminal motion of sliding/spinning discsGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Patrick Weidman (University of Colorado). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 14:10-14:50 Self-propelled wedgeGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Yuli D Chashechkin (Institute for Problems in Mechanics of Russian Academy of Sciences; Institute for Problems in Mechanics of Russian Academy of Sciences). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 13:30-14:10 Collective dynamics of bristlebotsGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Pierre Degond (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 11:50-12:30 Playing with magnetic chains: from self-buckling to self-assemblyGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Alain Goriely (University of Oxford; University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 11:10-11:50 “Fun”-damental physics: robophysical models for General Relativity and Quantum MechanicsGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Daniel Goldman (Georgia Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 10:10-10:50 The beaver ball: a chaotic rolling robotGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Keith Moffatt (University of Cambridge; University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 November 2017, 09:30-10:10 Artists' Session: Serendipity & the waveGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Paul Friedlander (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 15:30-15:45 Multi-Region Image Segmentation using Generalized Averages and One Level Set FunctionVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Haider Ali (University of Peshawar ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 15:30-16:30 Artists' Session: Material and MetaphorGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Melissa Murray (None). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 15:15-15:30 Artists' Session: Perception of form. Lessons form art historyGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Ulyana Gumeniuk-Parker (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 15:00-15:15 Artists' Session: How science inspired my workGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Manoel Veiga (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 14:45-15:00 Artists' Session: On the Border of ConsciousnessGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Nedyalka Panova (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 14:30-14:45 Artists' Session: The Human Form - In Search of the UniversalGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Henry Jabbour (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 14:15-14:30 Artists' Session: Emma RodgersGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Emma Rodgers (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 14:00-14:15 Artists' Session: Mark FrancisGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Mark Francis (Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 13:45-14:00 Artists’ Session: In pursuit of tipping pointGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Mella Shaw (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 13:30-13:45 Mathematical approaches for virtual art restorationGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 11:30-12:10 Art, outreach, and pattern formationGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Stephen Morris (University of Toronto). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 10:20-11:00 Art in aid of scienceGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Mimi Koehl (University of California, Berkeley). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 09:40-10:20 Art & Science, the big trailGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Jean-Marc Chomaz (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); École Polytechnique). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 November 2017, 09:00-09:40 Computational Origami DesignGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Tomohiro Tachi (University of Tokyo). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 November 2017, 16:40-17:20 Paper mosaics: an exploration of tiling’s through origamiGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Alex Bateman (European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 November 2017, 16:00-16:40 Music of falling paperGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Jane Wang (Cornell University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 November 2017, 14:50-15:15 Paul Klee notebooks: form and mathematicsGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Andrzej Herczynski (Boston College). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 November 2017, 14:10-14:50 Hydrodynamic instabilties and modern artistic paintingGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Roberto Zenit (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM); Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 November 2017, 13:30-14:10 Catastrophe theory and artGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Allan McRobie (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 November 2017, 11:50-12:30 Physics and mathematics of marblingGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Aubrey Jaffer (Digilant). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 November 2017, 11:10-11:50 Artful foams: in memoriam Cyril Stanley SmithGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Denis Weaire (Trinity College Dublin). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 November 2017, 10:10-10:50 Magic mirrors and magic windowsGFSW04 - Form in art, toys and games Michael Berry (University of Bristol). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 November 2017, 09:30-10:10 The suitability of the effective wavefield as a tool to predict wave attenuation over long distancesSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Malte Peter (Universität Augsburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 27 November 2017, 15:00-16:30 Combining Reconstruction and Classification with some applications in non-linear inverse problemsSimon Arridge (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 24 November 2017, 12:00-12:50 Novel inversion methods for magnetoenchephalograpgy(MEG)and for single photon emission computerised tomography(SPECT)Thanasis Fokas (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 24 November 2017, 11:10-12:00 Fast Data Driven Compressed Sensing (with application to Compressed Quantitative MRI)Mike Davies (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 24 November 2017, 09:50-10:40 Acceleration of primal-dual minimization: deterministic vs stochasticAntonin Chambolle (CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 24 November 2017, 09:00-09:50 Model-Based Learning in ImagingCarola-Bibiane Schonlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 November 2017, 16:10-17:00 Exact discretization and solution of continuous-world inverse problemsMichael Unser (EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 November 2017, 15:20-16:10 Mechanics of a Volvox Embryo Turning Itself Inside OutGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Pierre Haas (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 November 2017, 15:00-16:30 Multi-Dimensional Sparse Super-resolutionP C Poon (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 November 2017, 13:55-14:45 Regularization Theory in Infinite Dimensions and Applications to Photoacoustics ImagingOtmar Scherzer (Universität Wien). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 November 2017, 13:05-13:55 Panel Discussion SessionTGMW49 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Gabriel Paternain (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 November 2017, 16:00-17:00 Using Data to Improve Decision Making in a Complex WorldTGMW49 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Rob Armstrong (Tesco). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 November 2017, 15:00-15:35 Sequential Decision-Making under Uncertainty: Bandit OptimisationTGMW49 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Quentin Berthet (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 November 2017, 14:25-15:00 Modelling Volatility Surfaces - Dimension Reduction Techniques to Extract Structure from Option Price DataTGMW49 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Samuel Jones (Cantab Capital Partners). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 November 2017, 13:50-14:25 Calculating for Pleasure – Modelling and Maths in Ice Cream Research at UnileverTGMW49 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Peter Schuetz (Unilever R&D). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 November 2017, 12:20-12:50 Measurement Traceability and New Measurement ModalitiesTGMW49 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Alistair Forbes (National Physical Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 November 2017, 11:50-12:20 Analysis of Nonlinear Equations in the Power GridTGMW49 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Krishnamurthy Dvijotham (Google DeepMind Technologies Limited). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 November 2017, 10:55-11:30 Polynomial Optimisation and Semidefinite ProgrammingTGMW49 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Hamza Fawzi (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 November 2017, 10:20-10:55 Welcome and Introduction - Update from Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of InformationTGMW49 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Matthew Killeya (Cantab Capital Partners); Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 November 2017, 10:00-10:20 Mixed boundary-value problems (tutorial)SIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Alexander Korobkin (University of East Anglia). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 20 November 2017, 14:30-16:30 Around unbalanced optimal transport: fluid dynamic, growth model, applications.GFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy François-Xavier Vialard (Université Paris-Dauphine; INRIA Paris - Rocquencourt). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 17 November 2017, 14:00-14:45 3D normal coordinate systems for the cortex: applications in the deafened cortices in babies, adults and catsGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Tilak Ratnanather (Johns Hopkins University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 17 November 2017, 11:30-12:15 Shell Shape of SnailsGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Jenny Larsson (University of Sheffield). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 17 November 2017, 11:00-11:30 The Morphology of Cellular MotilityGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Kirsty Wan (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 17 November 2017, 09:45-10:30 Measuring shape change by registrationGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Mads Nielsen (University of Copenhagen; Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 17 November 2017, 09:00-09:45 Machine Learning Approaches for Deformable Image RegistrationGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Marc Niethammer (University of North Carolina ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 November 2017, 16:00-16:45 Distortion minimizing geodesic subspaces on shape ensemblesGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Alain Trouve (CNRS - Ecole Normale Superieure Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 November 2017, 14:45-15:30 Statistical Inference in Nonlinear Spaces via Maximum Likelihood and Diffusion Bridge SimulationGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Stefan Sommer (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 November 2017, 14:00-14:45 How to deform and shake images?GFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Alexis Arnaudon (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 November 2017, 11:30-12:15 Learning distributions of shape trajectories: a hierarchical model on a manifold of diffeomorphismsGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Alexandre Bône (INSERM; INRIA; Université Pierre & Marie Curie-Paris VI ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 November 2017, 11:00-11:30 Template shape estimation: correcting an asymptotic biasGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Nina Miolane (INRIA). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 November 2017, 09:45-10:30 What can we learn from large deformation diffeomorphic metric mapping on spaces of rigid bodies?GFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Laurent Younes (Johns Hopkins University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 November 2017, 09:00-09:45 Monotone properties of Barzilai-Borwein MethodVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Ya-xiang Yuan (). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 15 November 2017, 15:00-16:00 The elastic metric for surfaces and its useGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Ian Jermyn (Durham University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 15 November 2017, 11:30-12:15 Reconstructing leaf morphogenesis using two-dimensional shape analysisGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Arezki Boudaoud (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 15 November 2017, 11:00-11:30 Bayesian analysis of object data using Top Space and Quotient Space modelsGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Ian Dryden (University of Nottingham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 15 November 2017, 09:45-10:30 How organisms shape themselves: using geometric morphometrics for understanding evolution and developmentGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Chris Klingenberg (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 15 November 2017, 09:00-09:45 Geometrical Growth Models for Computational AnatomyGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Irene Kaltenmark (Aix Marseille Université). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 November 2017, 16:00-16:45 Interaction of wave with a body floating on a wide polynyaSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Guo Xiong Wu (University College London; University College London). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 November 2017, 15:00-16:30 Shape analysis through a deformation priorGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Barbara Gris (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 November 2017, 14:45-15:30 Differential invariants for the actions of planar Lie groupsGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Stephen Marsland (Massey University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 November 2017, 14:00-14:45 On loss of form in cancer growthGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Krastan Blagoev (National Science Foundation; Johns Hopkins University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 November 2017, 11:30-12:15 Incompressible limit of a mechanical models for tissue growthGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Sophie Hecht (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 November 2017, 11:00-11:30 Accelerated optimization on manifoldsGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Ganesh Sundaramoorthi (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 November 2017, 09:45-10:30 Bridge Simulation and Metric Estimation on Lie Groups and Orbit SpacesGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Sarang Joshi (University of Utah). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 November 2017, 09:00-09:45 Towards a geometric variational discretization of compressible fluid dynamicsGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy François Gay-Balmaz (CNRS - Ecole Normale Superieure Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 November 2017, 16:00-16:45 Morphoelasticity and the Geometry of GrowthGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Alain Goriely (University of Oxford; University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 November 2017, 14:45-15:30 Riemannian Gradient Flows in Shape AnalysisGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Klas Modin (Chalmers University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 November 2017, 14:00-14:45 tbaGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 November 2017, 11:30-12:15 An efficient kernel product for automatic differentiation libraries, with applications to measure transportGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Jean Feydy (École Normale Supérieure; ENS de Cachan). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 November 2017, 11:00-11:30 General Sobolev metrics on the manifold of all Riemannian metricsGFSW03 - Shape analysis and computational anatomy Peter Michor (Universität Wien; Universität Wien). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 November 2017, 09:45-10:30 Discontinuous Galerkin method for numerical simulation of ice flow impact on vertical cylinder offshore structureSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Vladislav Miryaha (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 10 November 2017, 15:00-15:30 Generation of wave motion in fluid with inhomogeneous ice coverSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Izolda Sturova (Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 10 November 2017, 14:30-15:00 DEM modelling of wave-induced floe-floe (and floe-structure) collisionsSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Agnieszka Herman (University of Gdansk). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 10 November 2017, 13:30-14:30 Discrete Element Simulation of Ice-Structure InteractionSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Jukka Tuhkuri (Aalto University); Arttu Polojarvi (Aalto University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 10 November 2017, 11:30-12:30 Determining global ice loads on offshore structuresSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Renate van Vliet (Shell Global Solutions; Delft University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 10 November 2017, 10:00-11:00 Using DEM to model ice sheets and structuresSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Mark Hopkins (U.S. Army Research Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 10 November 2017, 09:00-10:00 Modelling Brittle Failure of IceSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Kari Kolari (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 November 2017, 16:00-17:00 Geometric control of active matterGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Francis Woodhouse (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 November 2017, 15:00-16:30 Probabilistic aspects of multi-element systems failureSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Dmitry Onishchenko (Gazprom VNIIGAZ; Ishlinsky Institute for Problems in Mechanics RAS ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 November 2017, 14:30-15:30 Ice-induced vibrations in offshore structures: coupled dynamic ice-structure interactions over multiple scalesSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Rocky Taylor (Centre for Arctic Resource Development (CARD); Memorial University of Newfoundland). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 November 2017, 13:30-14:30 Passive, nanoengineered anti-icing: An experimental perspectiveSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Manish Tiwari (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 November 2017, 10:00-11:00 Impacts, ice growth and related modellingSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Frank Thomas Smith (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 November 2017, 09:00-10:00 A convexity based method for approximation and interpolation of sampled functionsVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Kewei Zhang (University of Nottingham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 08 November 2017, 15:30-16:30 Correlation of local ice forces across the width of a structure during ice-structure interactionSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Devinder Sodhi (U.S. Army Research Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 08 November 2017, 11:30-12:30 Effect of uncertainties in ice loading on design of Arctic installationsSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Kenneth Johannessen Eik (Statoil Research Centre). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 08 November 2017, 10:00-11:00 How ought we to structure research so as to make progress in understanding ice interaction?SIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Andrew Palmer (National University of Singapore). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 08 November 2017, 09:00-10:00 Nonlinear numerical modeling of impact loads of ship sections and floating iceSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Kevin Maki (University of Michigan). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 November 2017, 16:00-17:00 Safer Operations in the Sea Ice-covered Oceans: The Tale of the Two ProjectsSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Yevgeny Aksenov (National Oceanography Centre, Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 November 2017, 14:30-15:30 Hydroelastic waves and their interaction with structuresSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Alexander Korobkin (University of East Anglia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 November 2017, 13:30-14:30 Influence of broken ice on marine operations – identification of important processesSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Robert Bridges (Total E&P UK Limited). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 November 2017, 11:30-12:30 Shape Analysis — An Introduction to Its Ideas, Methods and QuestionsGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Martins Bruveris (Brunel University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 November 2017, 11:00-12:00 Design and Assessment Methods for Ships in IceSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Claude Daley (Memorial University of Newfoundland). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 November 2017, 10:00-11:00 Theoretical modelling of ship-ice interactionSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Kaj Riska (Total E&P UK Limited; NTNU). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 November 2017, 09:00-10:00 Thermo-mechanical loads of sea ice on structuresSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Aleksey Marchenko (University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 06 November 2017, 16:00-17:00 Ice-induced vibrations of offshore structures: physics of the process, modelling and remaining challengesSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Andrei Metrikine (Technische Universiteit Delft; Norwegian University of Science and Technology); Hayo Hendrikse (Technische Universiteit Delft). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 06 November 2017, 14:30-15:30 Structure-property relationships for sea ice: Modeling and experimental validationSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction David Cole (U.S. Army Research Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 06 November 2017, 13:30-14:30 Ice-structure interaction in the Sakhalin-II (Sea of Okhotsk) and Kashagan (NE Caspian) projectSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Paul Verlaan (Shell Global Solutions). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 06 November 2017, 11:30-12:30 Friction of Sea IceSIPW03 - Ice-structure interaction Erland Schulson (Dartmouth College). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 06 November 2017, 10:00-11:00 The weighted p-Laplacian and semi-supervised learningVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Jeff Calder (University of Minnesota). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 November 2017, 14:50-15:40 Sparse Recovery Algorithms for 3D Imaging using Point Spread Function EngineeringVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Robert Plemmons (Wake Forest University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 November 2017, 14:00-14:50 From spatial learning to machine learning: an unsupervised approach with applications to behavioral scienceVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Mihaela Pricop-jeckstadt (Technische Universität Dresden). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 November 2017, 12:00-12:50 A Nuclear-norm Model for Multi-Frame Super-resolution ReconstructionVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Raymond Chan (Chinese University of Hong Kong). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 November 2017, 11:10-12:00 Analysis and applications of structural-prior-based total variation regularization for inverse problemsVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Martin Holler (University of Graz). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 November 2017, 09:50-10:40 Alternating projections for phase retrieval with random sensing vectorsVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Irene Waldspurger (Université Paris-Dauphine; INRIA Paris - Rocquencourt). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 November 2017, 09:00-09:50 What do regularisers do?VMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Tuomo Valkonen (University of Liverpool). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 17:20-18:10 Structured compressed sensing and recent theoretical advances on optimal samplingVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Claire Boyer (Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 16:30-17:20 Cell detection by functional inverse diffusion and group sparsityVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Pol del Aguila Pla (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 15:40-16:00 Bayesian analysis and computation for convex inverse problems: theory, methods, and algorithmsVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Marcelo Pereyra (Heriot-Watt University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 14:50-15:40 Divide and Conquer: Patch-based Image Denoising, Restoration, and BeyondVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Mario Figueiredo (Universidade de Lisboa; Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 14:00-14:50 Parametric representation in shape optimizationSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Beniamin Bogosel (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); École Polytechnique). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 13:00-14:15 Stochastic geometry for automatic object detection and trackingVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Josiane Zerubia (INRIA Sophia Antipolis). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 12:00-12:50 On computational barriers in data science and the paradoxes of deep learningVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Anders Hansen (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 11:10-12:00 Generating sampling patterns in MRIVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Pierre Weiss (Université de Toulouse). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 09:50-10:40 Krylov Subspace Methods for Sparse ReconstructionVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Silvia Gazzola (University of Bath). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 November 2017, 09:00-09:50 Sparse Recovery by l0 PenaltyVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Bangti Jin (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 01 November 2017, 12:00-12:50 High-Dimensional Mixture Models For Unsupervised Image Denoising (HDMI)VMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Julie Delon (Université Paris Descartes). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 01 November 2017, 11:10-12:00 Convolutional Neural Networks on GraphsVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Xavier Bresson (Nanyang Technological University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 01 November 2017, 09:50-10:40 Below the Surface of the Non-Local Bayesian Image Denoising MethodVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Mila Nikolova (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); ENS de Cachan). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 01 November 2017, 09:00-09:50 Learning iterative reconstruction for high resolution photoacoustic tomographyVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Andreas Hauptmann (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 October 2017, 17:20-18:10 Advancements in Hybrid Iterative Methods for Inverse ProblemsVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Julianne Chung (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 October 2017, 16:30-17:20 Learned forward operators: Variational regularization for black-box modelsVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Jonas Adler (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 October 2017, 15:40-16:00 Breaking the Curse of Dimensionality with Convex Neural NetworksVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Francis Bach (INRIA Paris - Rocquencourt; ENS - Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 October 2017, 14:50-15:40 The tensor graphical lasso (Teralasso)VMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Alfred Hero (University of Michigan). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 October 2017, 14:00-14:50 Nonlinear Eigenanalysis of sparsity-promoting regularisation operatorsVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Martin Benning (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 October 2017, 12:00-12:50 Accelerated Free-Form Model Discovery of Interpretable Models using Small DataVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Lior Horesh (IBM Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 October 2017, 11:10-12:00 Task Oriented Reconstruction using Deep LearningVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Ozan Öktem (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology ; Karolinska Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 October 2017, 09:50-10:40 Denoising Geometric Image FeaturesVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Stacey Levine (Duquesne University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 October 2017, 09:00-09:50 Structured solutions to nonlinear systems of equationsVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Justin Romberg (Georgia Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 October 2017, 17:20-18:10 Geometry and Topology of Neural Network OptimizationVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Joan Bruna (New York University; University of California, Berkeley). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 October 2017, 16:30-17:20 Enhancing fMRI Reconstruction by Means of the ICBTV-Regularisation Combined with Suitable Subsampling Strategies and Temporal SmoothingVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Eva-Maria Brinkmann (Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat Munster; Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat Munster). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 October 2017, 15:40-16:00 Optimal Approximation with Sparsely Connected Deep Neural NetworksVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Gitta Kutyniok (Technische Universität Berlin). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 October 2017, 14:50-15:40 PDE-based Algorithms for Convolution Neural NetworkVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Lars Ruthotto (Emory University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 October 2017, 14:00-14:50 Cancer ID - From Spectral Segmentation to Deep LearningVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Christoph Brune (Universiteit Twente). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 October 2017, 12:00-12:50 tbaVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity Eldad Haber (University of British Columbia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 October 2017, 11:10-12:00 Spectral Computed TomographyVMVW02 - Generative models, parameter learning and sparsity James Nagy (Emory University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 October 2017, 09:50-10:40 Denoising geometric image featuresVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Stacey Levine (Duquesne University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 October 2017, 15:30-16:30 Graph Methods for Manifold-valued DataVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Daniel Tenbrinck (Universität Münster). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 20 October 2017, 10:00-11:00 The Complexity of Motion in Medical Imaging: From Theory to PracticeTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Angelica I. Aviles-Rivero (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 16:40-17:00 Patient-specific Biomechanical Modelling in the Development of Cardiovascular DiseaseTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Yuan Huang (Centre for Mathematical Imaging in Healthcare). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 16:20-16:40 Using Machine Learning to Accelerate Treatment Workflows in Radiation OncologyTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Raj Jena (Cambridge University Hospitals ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 15:45-16:20 IntroductionTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 15:40-15:45 QuestionsTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 15:10-15:15 Functional Respiratory Imaging: The Story of a Growing ChildTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Wim Vos (FluidDa). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 14:35-15:10 From Analysis Method to Quantitative Imaging BiomarkersTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Sarah Lee (Independent Consultant). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 14:20-14:35 Routes to Market Introduction for a Promising Imaging BiomarkerTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Elizabeth Berry (Elizabeth Berry Ltd). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 14:05-14:20 IntroductionTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Fred Wilson (GlaxoSmithKline). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 14:00-14:05 MedIAN (Medical Image Analysis Network) - Collaborating Across DisciplinesTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Ben Glocker (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 12:45-13:00 Collaborations on Imaging – The Medimmune’s Innovative WayTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Jerry Wu (MedImmune). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 12:35-12:45 Digital Innovation for Imaging AgentsTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Chris Foley (GE Healthcare). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 12:25-12:35 New Technology Can Transform Low-cost MicroscopyTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Richard Williams (ioLight). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 12:15-12:25 Intraoperative Molecular Imaging in Cancer SurgeryTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry David Tuch (Lightpoint Medical). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 12:05-12:15 Challenges for Machine Learning in Clinical Decision Support : Focus on StrokeTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Ian Poole (Toshiba Medical Visualisation Systems Europe Ltd). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 11:10-11:45 Statistical Framework for Modelling Inter-object Relationships in Multi Object Image AnalysisTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Surajit Ray (University of Glasgow). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 10:35-11:10 IntroductionTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 10:30-10:35 Welcome, Introduction & Update from the Centre for Mathematical Imaging in HealthcareTGMW48 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 October 2017, 10:00-10:30 Inter-annual variability and predictability of Arctic summer sea ice - review of previous years with focus on summer 2017SIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena David Schroeder (University of Reading). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 October 2017, 15:00-16:30 How competition for light and wind resistance shape tree formsGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Christophe Eloy (École centrale de Marseille; Institut de Recherche sur les Phénomènes Hors Equilibre). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 October 2017, 15:00-16:30 Joint Motion Estimation and Image Reconstruction for Dynamic X-ray TomographyVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Lena Frerking (Universität Münster). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 October 2017, 11:00-12:00 Rothschild Lecture: On Growth and Form and Mathematics: Reading d'Arcy Thompson 100 Years OnGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Alain Goriely (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 10 October 2017, 17:00-18:00 Learning Invariants and Representation Spaces of Shapes and FormsVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Ron Kimmel (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 06 October 2017, 15:30-16:30 On acoustic-gravity waves in arctic zones with elastic ice-sheetsSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Usama Kadri (Cardiff University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 06 October 2017, 14:15-15:00 Degrees of freedom in the marginal ice zone's wave--ice systemSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Johannes E. M. Mosig (University of Otago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 06 October 2017, 13:30-14:15 Experimental study on dead water resistance of ice floe in a two-layer fluidSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Ying Gou (Dalian University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 06 October 2017, 11:45-12:30 Fully dispersive nonlinear model equations for hydroelastic wavesSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Henrik Kalisch (Universitetet i Bergen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 06 October 2017, 11:00-11:45 Impact of supercooled droplets on nanoengineered surfacesSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Manish Tiwari (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 06 October 2017, 09:45-10:30 Shear flow over patches of flexible surface and related near-surface interactionsSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Frank Thomas Smith (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 06 October 2017, 09:00-09:45 Ship-ice-fluid interaction studies on ice resistance of shipsSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Jorma Kämäräinen (Finnish Transport Safety Agency). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 05 October 2017, 15:30-16:15 Dynamic pattern evolution in growing bacterial coloniesGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Jay Tang (Brown University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 05 October 2017, 15:00-16:30 Interactions between phase change and boundary layer structureSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Alena Malyarenko (University of Otago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 05 October 2017, 14:15-15:00 Antarctic Coastal Polynyas: Do Measurements of Winter Processes give clues to modeling Improvements and better model fidelity?SIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Stephen Ackley (University of Texas at San Antonio). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 05 October 2017, 13:30-14:15 Waves and moving loads along frozen channelsSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Tatiana Khabakhpasheva (University of East Anglia; Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 05 October 2017, 11:45-12:30 Underwater noise under ice conditions: from the ice chorus to the environmental challengeSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Thomas Folegot (Quiet-Oceans). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 05 October 2017, 11:00-11:45 Variational existence and stability theory for hydroelastic solitary wavesSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Mark Groves (Universität des Saarlandes ; Loughborough University ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 05 October 2017, 09:45-10:30 Time quasi-periodic gravity water waves in finite depthSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Pietro Baldi (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 05 October 2017, 09:00-09:45 Existence of quasipatterns, solutions of the Bénard-Rayleigh convectionSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Gerard Iooss (Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis; None). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 04 October 2017, 13:30-14:30 Impacts of ocean waves on the Polar Sea Ice and OceansSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Yevgeny Aksenov (National Oceanography Centre, Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 04 October 2017, 11:45-12:30 A sea ice model with wave-ice interactions on a moving meshSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Timothy Williams (Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 04 October 2017, 11:00-11:45 Stability criteria for nonlinear waves in Hamiltonian and reversible systemsSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Mariana Haragus (Université de Franche-Comté). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 04 October 2017, 09:45-10:30 Conformal geometry and hydroelastic wavesSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Pavel Plotnikov (Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics; Novosibirsk State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 04 October 2017, 09:00-09:45 Wave patterns beneath an ice coverSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Andrej Il’ichev (Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 03 October 2017, 16:15-17:00 Asymmetric nonlinear flexural wavesSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Jean-Marc Vanden-Broeck (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 03 October 2017, 15:30-16:15 Wave Propagation in Viscoelastic Materials over WaterSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Hayley Shen (Clarkson University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 03 October 2017, 14:15-15:00 In situ detection of fluid movement in Antarctic land-fast sea iceSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Pat Langhorne (University of Otago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 03 October 2017, 13:30-14:15 Numerical study of solitary wave attenuation in a fragmented ice sheetSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Philippe Guyenne (University of Delaware). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 03 October 2017, 11:45-12:30 Computing Flexural-Gravity WavesSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Olga Trichtchenko (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 03 October 2017, 11:00-11:45 title and abstract tbaGFS - Growth form and self-organisation . Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 03 October 2017, 11:00-12:00 Nonlinear hydroelastic waves and related flowsSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Emilian I Parau (University of East Anglia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 03 October 2017, 09:45-10:30 Modelling water wave overwash of ice floesSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Luke Bennetts (University of Adelaide). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 03 October 2017, 09:00-09:45 Damping of surface wave in MIZ of the Barents Sea: field observations and modelingSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Aleksey Marchenko (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 02 October 2017, 16:15-17:00 Where ice is not: The liquid phase in the sea ice model CICESIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Elizabeth Hunke (Los Alamos National Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 02 October 2017, 15:30-16:15 Dead water effect on drift of icebergsSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction John Grue (University of Oslo). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 02 October 2017, 14:15-15:00 A different perspective on wave-ice interaction researchSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Vernon Squire (University of Otago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 02 October 2017, 13:30-14:15 Modelling dynamics of the marginal ice zone, including combined collisional and EVP rheologySIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Stefanie Rynders (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 02 October 2017, 11:45-12:30 Mathematical Challenges in Modelling Wave Scattering in the Marginal Ice ZoneSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Mike Meylan (University of Newcastle, Australia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 02 October 2017, 11:00-11:45 The Shape and Function of the Nasal CavityGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Michael Brenner (Harvard University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 02 October 2017, 11:00-12:00 River Ice – Process, Theory, and Mathematical ModelingSIPW02 - Ice-fluid interaction Hung Tao Shen (Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 02 October 2017, 09:45-10:30 Bifurcation theory in the context of nonlinear steady water wavesSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Eugen Varvaruca (Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 29 September 2017, 14:00-16:00 Rothschild Lecture: Image Compression with Differential EquationsVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Joachim Weickert (Universität des Saarlandes ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 28 September 2017, 16:00-17:00 Discrete images, continuous world: A better basis for discussion?VMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Andrew Fitzgibbon (Microsoft Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 27 September 2017, 16:00-17:00 On the existence of weak solutions of the Perona-Malik equationVMV - Variational methods and effective algorithms for imaging and vision Kewei Zhang (University of Nottingham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 26 September 2017, 15:00-16:00 Recent advances in granular rheology and possible applications to large scale sea ice dynamicsSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Nico Gray (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 26 September 2017, 15:00-16:30 Forms and Patterns of Viscous and Elastic ThreadsGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Neil Ribe (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); Université Paris-Sud 11 ; CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 26 September 2017, 11:00-12:00 Panel Discussion and Wrap-UpOFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling Daniel Feltham (University of Reading). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 16:10-16:50 Questions and DiscussionOFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 15:10-15:50 Modelling Approaches to Address Sea Ice ComplexityOFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling Elizabeth Hunke (Los Alamos National Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 14:30-15:10 Lunch and PostersOFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 13:00-14:30 Questions and DiscussionOFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 12:20-13:00 What Sea Ice Physics is Missing from Models?OFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling Cecilia Bitz (University of Washington). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 11:40-12:20 Questions and DiscussionOFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 10:40-11:20 What do Climate Models need Sea Ice for?OFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling Dirk Notz (Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 10:00-10:40 Introduction to Sea Ice Climate ModelsOFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling Daniel Feltham (University of Reading). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 09:40-10:00 Welcome & IntroductionOFBW35 - Future Developments in Climate Sea Ice Modelling Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics); David Abrahams (Isaac Newton Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 25 September 2017, 09:30-09:40 Structure formation in magnetised plasmasGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Gunnar Hornig (University of Dundee). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 22 September 2017, 14:50-15:30 Swimming of a simple vertebrate: Insights from computational and robotic models.GFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Lisa Fauci (Tulane University; Tulane University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 22 September 2017, 14:10-14:50 Modelling brain and skull morphogenesisGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Alain Goriely (University of Oxford; University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 22 September 2017, 13:30-14:10 Quantum vortex dynamics by Seifert surface informationGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Renzo Ricca (University of Milan - Bicocca). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 22 September 2017, 11:30-12:10 Stochastic partial differential fluid equations as a diffusive limit of deterministic Lagrangian multi-time dynamicsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Darryl Holm (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 22 September 2017, 10:20-11:00 Helicity, Reconnection and Seifert SurfacesGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics De Witt Sumners (Florida State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 22 September 2017, 09:40-10:20 Patterns of bacterial coloniesGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Martine Ben Amar (CNRS - Ecole Normale Superieure Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 22 September 2017, 09:00-09:40 Defects in positional and orientational order on surfaces and their potential influence on shapeGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Axel Voigt (Technische Universität Dresden). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 15:10-15:30 Thin film models for active liquid crystalsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Andreas Muench (University of Oxford; University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 14:50-15:10 Elasticity and fluid mechanics of lipid tethersGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Buddhapriya Chakrabarti (University of Sheffield; University of Sheffield). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 14:30-14:50 Dynamical remodelling of biological interfacesGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Marino Arroyo (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 14:10-14:30 Drinking and DivingGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Sunghwan (Sunny) Jung (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 13:30-14:10 Mechanics and polarity in cell motilityGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Davide Ambrosi (Politecnico di Milano; Politecnico di Milano). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 12:10-12:30 A story in shellsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Derek Moulton (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 11:30-12:10 Coarse-graining of collective dynamics modelsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Pierre Degond (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 10:20-11:00 Fibonacci phyllotaxis in plants and algae, a biological convergence with a physical originGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Yves Couder (Laboratoire Matière et Systèmes Complexes). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 09:40-10:20 Flight of the smallest insectsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Laura Miller (University of North Carolina ; University of North Carolina ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 21 September 2017, 09:00-09:40 Deformable bodies in anisotropic fluidsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Saverio Spagnolie (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 20 September 2017, 12:10-12:50 Fluid and solid mechanics in active cellular processesGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Michael Shelley (New York University; Simons Foundation). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 20 September 2017, 11:30-12:10 Unraveling hagfish slimeGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Jean-Luc Thiffeault (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 20 September 2017, 10:20-11:00 Packing problems, phyllotaxis and Fibonacci numbersGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Denis Weaire (Trinity College Dublin); Adil Mughal (Aberystwyth University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 20 September 2017, 09:40-10:20 Flexible tubes conveying fluid: geometric modeling, stability, and variational integratorsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics François Gay-Balmaz (CNRS - Ecole Normale Superieure Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 20 September 2017, 09:00-09:40 Coupling the Leidenfrost Effect and Elastic Deformations to Power Sustained BouncingGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Scott Waitukaitis (Universiteit Leiden; FOM Institute AMOLF). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 15:10-15:30 Wave-induced collisions of thin floating disksSIP - Mathematics of sea ice phenomena Luke Bennetts (University of Adelaide). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 15:00-16:30 Swelling and Shaping of Soft StructuresGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Douglas Holmes (Boston University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 14:50-15:10 The planar elastica, stress, and material stressGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics James Hanna (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 14:30-14:50 Fluid Mechanics of Soft Robots and ActuatorsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Amir Gat (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 14:10-14:30 Simulations of Pulsating Soft CoralsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Shilpa Khatri (University of California, Merced). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 13:30-14:10 Motility induced elongation of the vertebrate embryoGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Ido Regev (Ben-Gurion University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 12:10-12:30 How the elephant grabs with its trunkGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics David Hu (Georgia Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 11:30-12:10 Flow-mediated synchronization of swimmers and rotors at the micron scaleGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Eva Kanso (University of Southern California; New York University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 10:20-11:00 Turing revisited: the chemo-mechanical bases of morphogenesis in soft living matterGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Pasquale Ciarletta (Politecnico di Milano; CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 09:40-10:20 Indentations of plastic layersGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Neil Balmforth (University of British Columbia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 19 September 2017, 09:00-09:40 Microtubule RingsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Simon Pearce (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 18 September 2017, 15:10-15:30 Form, flow, deformation, and transport in the embryonic lungGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Sharon Lubkin (North Carolina State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 18 September 2017, 14:50-15:10 The dynamics of a packed cell tissueGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Marina Ferreira (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 18 September 2017, 14:30-14:50 The Stokes-flow parachute of the dandelion fruitGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Cathal Cummins (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 18 September 2017, 14:10-14:30 The transverse arch of human footGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Shreyas Mandre (Brown University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 18 September 2017, 13:30-14:10 Capturing gas in soft granular mediaGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Sungyon Lee (University of Minnesota). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 18 September 2017, 12:10-12:30 Some surprises in self-propulsion via self-deformation: snake scattering & supersmarticlesGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Daniel Goldman (Georgia Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 18 September 2017, 11:30-12:10 Elastocapillarity: When surface tension deforms elastic solidsGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Jose Bico (ESPCI ParisTech ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 18 September 2017, 10:20-11:00 On the robustness of morphogenesisGFSW01 - Form and deformation in solid and fluid mechanics Arezki Boudaoud (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 18 September 2017, 09:40-10:20 New insight from CryoSat-2 sea ice thickness for sea ice modellingSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour David Schroeder (University of Reading). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 17:00-17:20 Impact of initialising sea ice forecasts using CryoSat-2 thickness observations for seasonal sea ice prediction with the Met Office GloSea systemSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Ed Blockley (Met Office). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 16:40-17:00 Using Arctic ice mass balance buoys for model evaluationSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Alex West (Met Office). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 16:20-16:40 Arctic Sea Ice Thickness ChangeSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Christian Haas (Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung (AWI); Universität Bremen ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 16:00-16:20 Statistics of the sea ice thickness distributionSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Peter Wadhams (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 14:50-15:30 Challenges in estimating ocean surface stresses in sea ice covered Arctic and Antarctic regionsSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Michel Tsamados (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 14:30-14:50 Atmospheric response to marginal-ice-zone drag parameterisationSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Ian Renfrew (University of East Anglia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 14:10-14:30 Integrating Observations and Models to Better Understand a Changing Arctic Sea Ice CoverSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Julienne Stroeve (National Snow and Ice Data Center; National Snow and Ice Data Center). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 13:30-14:10 How much should we believe correlations between Arctic cyclones and sea ice extent?SIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Jamie Rae (Met Office). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 12:10-12:30 Investigating future changes in the volume budget of the Arctic sea ice in a coupled climate modelSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Ann Keen (Met Office). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 11:50-12:10 Winter-to-summer transition of Arctic sea ice breakup and floe size distribution in the Beaufort SeaSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Phil Hwang (Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 11:30-11:50 Waves, ice and ocean in the future projections of the Arctic and Southern oceansSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Yevgeny Aksenov (National Oceanography Centre, Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 11:10-11:30 Impact of surface wave mixing on sea ice and mixed layer depthSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Stefanie Rynders (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 10:20-10:40 Relationship between sea ice deformation and rheologySIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Harold Heorton (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 10:00-10:20 Frazil-ice dynamics in mixed layers and sub-ice-shelf plumesSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour David Rees Jones (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 09:40-10:00 Using sea-ice deformation fields to constrain the mechanical strength parameters of geophysical sea iceSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Bruno Tremblay (McGill University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 09:00-09:40 Opening remarks, Danny FelthamSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 15 September 2017, 08:55-09:00 Brine rejection from sea iceSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Grae Worster (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 September 2017, 16:00-17:00 Nonlinear stochastic time series analysis for sea ice and climateSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Woosok Moon (British Antarctic Survey; NORDITA). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 September 2017, 15:30-16:00 Ising model for melt ponds on Arctic sea iceSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Yiping Ma (Northumbria University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 September 2017, 14:30-15:00 Simple rules govern the patterns of Arctic sea ice melt pondsSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Predrag Popovic (University of Chicago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 September 2017, 14:00-14:30 About the wave-particle duality observed with a classical particle driven by its memory-endowed wave-fieldGFS - Growth form and self-organisation Yves Couder (Laboratoire Matière et Systèmes Complexes). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 September 2017, 14:00-15:00 Different ice observation methods in marine operationsSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Erik Almkvist (Viking Ice Concultancy). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 September 2017, 11:45-12:30 Sea ice research - needs and gapsSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Robert Bridges (Total E&P UK Limited). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 September 2017, 11:00-11:45 Modeling Arctic melt pondsSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Daniela Flocco (University of Reading). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 September 2017, 09:45-10:30 Models of multi-scale and multi-phase sea ice thermodynamicsSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Andrew Wells (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 14 September 2017, 09:00-09:45 Changes to sea ice thickness distribution due to Ice Shelf WaterSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Pat Langhorne (University of Otago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 September 2017, 11:45-12:30 When is all the sea ice gone?SIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Dirk Notz (Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 September 2017, 11:00-11:45 Modeling macro-porosity of ridged sea ice in basin-scale modelsSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Andrew Roberts (Naval Postgraduate School). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 September 2017, 09:45-10:30 Sea ice stability and rapid retreatSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Ian Eisenman (University of California, San Diego). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 13 September 2017, 09:00-09:45 Advection enhanced diffusion processesSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Noa Kraitzman (University of Utah). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 September 2017, 16:00-16:30 Flow-induced Coordinates for Transient Advection-Diffusion Equations with Multiple ScalesSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Konrad Simon (Universität Hamburg). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 September 2017, 15:30-16:00 Effective Rheology and Wave Propagation in the Marginal Ice ZoneSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Christian Samspon (University of Utah; University of Utah; UNC Chapel Hill and RIMS). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 September 2017, 14:30-15:00 A viscoelastic model for wave propagation in the marginal ice zoneSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Sukun Cheng (Clarkson University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 September 2017, 14:00-14:30 Sensitivity of Arctic sea ice state to model parameter space, resolved processes and climate couplingSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Wieslaw Maslowski (Naval Postgraduate School). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 September 2017, 11:45-12:30 Sea ice model physics: in search of fidelitySIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Daniel Feltham (University of Reading). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 September 2017, 11:00-11:45 A compilation of research and thoughts on the future of sea ice models.SIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Martin Vancoppenolle (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); Université Pierre & Marie Curie-Paris VI ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 September 2017, 09:45-10:30 Marginal Ice Zone Evolution due to Wave-Induced BreakingSIPW01 - Multi-scale modelling of ice characteristics and behaviour Vernon Squire (University of Otago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 12 September 2017, 09:00-09:45 Please see above for contact details for this list. |
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