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  1. MPhil in Computational Biology at the University of Cambridge

    ... This will give you an opportunity to find out more about the course and meet the teaching staff and students. Anyone is welcome ...

    Norman McBreen - 25/01/2010 - 3:22pm

  2. Boris Khoruzhenko gives his Inaugural Lecture

    ... random matrices. In this non-technical lecture I will talk about some of these puzzles and random matrix signatures. After obtaining ...

    Vivien Easson - 21/01/2010 - 2:38pm

  3. Analytic results for a model of collective human behaviour

    ... series:  Complex Systems We shall talk about several specific Heterogeneous Interacting Agent Models. Such models have ...

    Wolfram Just - 18/01/2010 - 10:28am

  4. How many eigenvalues of a Gaussian matrix are positive?

    ... eigenvalues) is a random variable providing information about the stability of stationary points in high-dimensional potential ...

    Wolfram Just - 17/01/2010 - 9:50pm

  5. Classical mechanics is Lagrangian; it is not Hamiltonian

    ... two technical results, inspired by simple physical arguments about the generic properties of classical systems, to the effect that, in a ...

    Hugo Touchette - 16/12/2009 - 4:48pm

  6. Planetary Formation and Dynamics

      Follow the links below for more information about ... Research highlights List of PhD projects in planetary ...

    David Burgess - 11/12/2009 - 2:58pm

  7. CANCELLED - Classical mechanics is Lagrangian; it is not Hamiltonian

    ... two technical results, inspired by simple physical arguments about the generic properties of classical systems, to the effect that, in a ...

    Wolfram Just - 04/12/2009 - 1:33pm

  8. Combinatorial approaches to injectivity of functions with applications to multiple equilibria in dynamical systems

    ... generalised graphs with a function, and make claims about injectivity based on (finite) computations on these matrices or graphs. ...

    Wolfram Just - 04/12/2009 - 1:31pm

  9. The Banach-Tarsky paradox and Bayesian games

    ... Do they have finitely additively measurable equilibria? What about two-person games? The main arguments come from ergodic theory. ...

    Wolfram Just - 30/11/2009 - 9:07am

  10. Carl Murray on BBC News

    Professor Carl Murray talks about the discovery of a ring around Saturn. BBC News story ...

    Vivien Easson - 03/11/2009 - 4:02pm

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