Welcome to the "A in ANM", a workshop celebrating the sixtieth birthday of Professor S. J. Hogan on 18 -19 September 2014.
Hosted by the Bristol Centre for Applied Nonlinear Mathematics, topics will include:
We will be celebrating advances in applied nonlinear mathematics over the last thirty-five years, and looking forward to where the field is going.
If you would like to be kept informed of the latest developments email us to register your interest.
Please visit the link to download a full preliminary programme [PDF 44 kB]
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Early registration is now closed.
If you would still like to attend then email email@example.com and we will try to accommodate you. The registration fee of £150 includes all workshop activities, with drinks reception on Thursday. All talks have now been confirmed, see the "Confirmed Speakers" tab.
If you would like to present a poster include a title and abstract in your email..
A collected volume of invited papers will be published following the event.
This event will be held in the City of Bristol, home of the Applied Nonlinear Mathematics (ANM) research group of which Prof Hogan is Director. The conference meeting will be held 10-15 minutes walk from the University of Bristol precinct, at Engineer's House, and the conference dinner nearby at the Mansion House.
Accommodation is recommended at the
In your email ask for the `University of Bristol' rate, which is £85 for a village view room or £95 for a gorge view room, including breakfast. Don't forget to tell them the dates of your stay but you might also consider:
The hotels listed under 'Venue' are all close to Engineers House and travel directions can be found on your chosen hotel's website.
Directions to the University precinct can be found on the University of Bristol website.
Engineers House is located on The Promenade, Clifton, Bristol, Avon BS8 3NB:
The first point of contact is the workshop email address.
The organisers are: