4pm - 5pm
Wednesday 21 November 2018

Invasion fronts near the edge of the homoclinic snake

David Lloyd will be speaking.


Thomas Telford building, floor 4, room 39
Department of Mathematics
University of Surrey
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Homoclinic snaking is a well-studied phenomena in reaction-diffusion systems and fluid dynamic models that explains the co-existence of infinitely-many, stationary, localised patterns with a spatially periodic core connecting to a quiescent state.

In 2016 at the Lorentz Centre, it was posed as an open problem to explain and investigate what happens outside the homoclinic snaking region. In this presentation, i will talk about my attempt to address this problem.

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