Taste of Research undergraduate seminars

The Taste of Research undergraduate seminars by PhD students are designed to introduce year two, three and four mathematics students to a taste of mathematics doctoral research.

Seminar details

The Taste of Research Undergraduate seminars are held from 3-4pm on Wednesdays. Please contact the organiser Mr Steve Falconer for further details.

These seminars are organised in collaboration with the Maths Society at the University of Surrey.

A full list of Undergraduate Mathematics seminars at the University of Surrey is available at Department of Mathematics seminars.

Upcoming seminars

Effect of compliance on the stability of jets and wakes
Speaker: Ryan Poole (Nonlinear Waves and Geometric Fluid Dynamics Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Wednesday 2 March 2022
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Modelling dynamical systems directly from data
Speaker: Steve Falconer (Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Wednesday 11 May 2022
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Past seminars

Mechanobiology: A tense situation
Speaker: Kieran Boniface (Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Wednesday 17 November 2021
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Dynamical systems and crime
Speaker: Laura Jones (Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Wednesday 20 October 2021
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Dynamic mode decomposition: finding patterns in space and time
Speaker: Steve Falconer (Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group, University of Surrey) 
Date: Wednesday 5 May 2021
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The importance of being Integrable: on the methods and usefulness of Integrability
Speaker: Leander Wyss (Fields, Strings and Geometry Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Wednesday 17 February 2021
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Something from nothing: Investigating the emergence of localised patterns
Speaker: Dan Hill (Nonlinear Waves and Geometric Fluid Dynamics Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Wednesday 2 December 2020
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Symmetric Projection Attractor Reconstruction: Multi-dimensional Embedding of Physiological Signals
Speaker: Jane Lyle (Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Wednesday 14 October 2020
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Sensing some resistance: A mechanical model of a cell
Speaker: Josephine Solowiej-Wedderburn (Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Thursday 27 February 2020
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Mathematics of the atmosphere on a large scale
Speaker: Tom O'Neill (Nonlinear Waves and Geometric Fluid Dynamics Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Thursday 7 November 2019
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New information from old signals: A novel approach to the analysis of physiological waveform
Speaker: Jane Lyle (Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Tuesday 5 March 2019
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Bayesian statistics meets burrowing lugworms: Estimating bio-irrigation in ocean sediment
Speaker: Dónal Harkin (Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Tuesday 5 February 2019
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Why is nature so unoriginal?
Speaker: Dan Hill (Nonlinear Waves and Geometric Fluid Dynamics Group, University of Surrey)
Date: Tuesday 30 October 2018
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