NAIS/CANPDE meeting and a new Dawn for Knowledge Transfer!

2011 sees ICMS getting off to a flying start.  Three working days after the winter break our first workshop of the year started.  The following week we play host to joint event from our collaborators NAIS and CANPDE.

18 January is the beginning of Advanced Numerical Studies in Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, a 4-day meeting  organized by the Numerical Algorithms and Intelligent Software Centre and the Centre for Analysis and Nonlinear PDE. The goal of this meeting is is to study problems at the interface of the numerics and PDE communities,  examining a variety of different problems in nonlinear partial differential equations for which numerical treatments and the use of high performance computers may lead to important new insight.

This event gives Dawn Wasley, ICMS’ and NAIS’ newest member of staff, her first opportunity to meet the wider NAIS community. Dawn took up her post as Knowledge Transfer Officer for ICMS and NAIS at the beginning of December and is now becoming involved both organisations’ events.  Of particular interest to Dawn will be the applications strand of meeting. All her colleagues at ICMS and NAIS welcome Dawn to their teams and, through her role, look forward to productive collaborations outside academia.


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