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7 March 2022: Katharina Schratz (Sorbonne University) - Resonances as a computational tool

Katharina Schratz (Sorbonne University) - Resonances as a computational tool This recording is subtitled. You can turn off the subtitles by pressing CC.

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Climate Solutions: India Trailer (Short)

Climate Solutions: India trailer (short version).

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Climate Solutions: India (English) Course Trailer

Tackle the climate emergency in India Climate Change is one of the greatest threats we face. The impacts of climate change are already being felt around the world, affecting both natural and human…

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Philip Pearce, University College London

This recording is in the process of being subtitled. We aim to have edited captions available within 2 weeks of publishing.Title: Emergent robustness of bacterial quorum sensing in fluid…

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Ryan McClarren (University of Notre Dame) - Intrusive Uncertainty Quantification for Hyperbolic Equations

4 June 2021 Ryan McClarren (University of Notre Dame) - Intrusive Uncertainty Quantification for Hyperbolic Equations In this talk I will cover numerical techniques for quantifying parametric…

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Climate Solutions trailer

We are in a Climate Emergency. The actions we all choose to take over the next decade will decide whether we succeed or fail to meet the biggest challenge to our civilisation in the 21st…

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Higgs Hour with Florian Beutler: 'Expanding the BAO science case'

Speaker: Florian Beutler (University of Edinburgh) Cosmology has the potential to test fundamental physics through the discovery of new particles (e.g. dark matter) and new fields that governed…

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Partial Differential Equations, Lecture 8a: Monotone Methods for Conservation Laws

In this lecture we look at schemes which are not prone to producing the spurious "Gibbs" oscillations we saw in the last lecture. We start b talking about TVD schemes

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