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Mathematics of Splashing - KT afternoon

During the week 28-30th May ICMS (The International Centre for Mathematical Sciences), Edinburgh will host a workshop on Mathematics of Splashing.

The workshop at ICMS will allow researchers who are working in the mathematical and experimental fields of splashing, to become more aware of theoretical developments in this field. This will be the first-ever workshop focused on fundamental mathematical aspects of splashing across many time and length scales.

On Tuesday 28th May 2013 there will be an industry-relevant splashing problem session chaired by Session chaired by J.R. Ockendon.  For further details, including the programme, please see the website.

Delegates who are interested in attending this session should email Dawn Wasley (Dawn.Wasley@icms.org.uk).  There is NO registration fee for the single afternoon session. 

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