London Mathematical Society -- EPSRC Durham Symposium

Mathematical and Computational Aspects of Maxwell's Equations

2016-07-11 to 2016-07-21

Slides and Movies of Talks

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Speaker | Title | MP4 | Extras | |
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Arridge | Direct Inversion for Quantitative PhotoAcoustic Tomography | |||

Bennett | The Brascamp-Lieb inequality in harmonic analysis and dispersive PDE | |||

Betcke | Fast boundary element solution of Maxwell problems with BEM++ | |||

Byrne | Welcome from the LMS | |||

Cakoni | A Qualitative Approach to Inverse Electromagnetic Scattering for Inhomogeneous Media | |||

Cakoni | Nondestructive testing of the delaminated interface between two materials | |||

Capdeboscq | Open Problem Session | |||

Cassier | Bounds on Stieltjes functions and their applications to fundamental limits of broadband passive cloaking in the quasi-static regime | |||

Chandler-Wilde | Numerical-Asymptotic Approximation at High Frequency | |||

Chandler-Wilde | Open Problem Session | |||

Cherednichenko | Homogenisation of the system of high-contrast Maxwell equations | |||

Comech | Point eigenvalues of the Dirac operators | |||

Dohnal | Dirac Type Asymptotics for Wavepackets in Periodic Media of Finite Contrast | |||

Figotin | Neoclassical Theory of Electromagnetic Interactions, I | |||

Figotin | Neoclassical Theory of Electromagnetic Interactions, II | |||

Fliss | Higher order transmission conditions for the homogenization of interface problems | |||

Gaburro | EIT: anisotropy within reach via curved interfaces | |||

Greenleaf | Electrical Impedance Tomography and hybrid imaging | |||

Greenleaf | Virtual Hybrid Edge Detection: recovery of singularities in Calderonâ€™s inverse conductivity problem | |||

Hundertmark | The solution of the Gevrey smoothing conjecture for the non-cutoff homogenous Boltzmann equation for Maxwellian molecules | |||

Johnson | Nonlinear resonances and the SALT model of lasing | |||

Joly | Introduction to Perfectly Matched Layers and wave propagation electromagnetic dispersive media | |||

Joly | Time domain Perfectly Matched Layers for wave propagation in dispersive media | |||

Kamotski | On the gaps in the spectrum of the Maxwell operator | |||

Kurylev | Geometric Whitney problem and interior inverse spectral problem | |||

Ledger | Characterising the shape of and material properties of hidden conducting targets in metal detection | |||

Leonhardt | Transformation optics | |||

Leonhardt | Cosmology in the laboratory | |||

Liu | Controlling electromagnetic waves in a class of invisible materials | |||

Milton | Brief review of parts of "Extending the Theory of Composites to Other Areas of Science" | |||

Milton | The Intriguing Story of Anomalous Resonance, Ghost Sources, and Superlenses (The translation of Dolin's 1961 paper is available on the website of Distinguished Professor Graeme Milton.) | |||

Moiola | Space-time Trefftz discontinuous Galerkin methods for wave problems | |||

Monk | Stekloff Eigenvalues in Inverse Scattering | |||

Nguyen | Cloaking and superlensing using negative index materials | |||

Oksanen | Open Problem Session | |||

Pelinovsky | Open Problem Session | |||

Pelinovsky | Introduction to nonlinear PDEs on graphs | |||

Pelinovsky | Validity of the NLS approximation on periodic graphs | |||

Plum | Spectrum generated by waveguides in photonic crystals | |||

Salo | Recent progress in the Calderon problem | |||

Salo | Inverse problems for time-harmonic Maxwell equations | |||

Simpson | Coherent Structures and Shocks in a Periodic Nonlinear Maxwell System | |||

Smyshlyaev | Coercivity of high-frequency scattering problems | |||

Spence | Wavenumber-explicit numerical analysis of high-frequency scattering problems | |||

Suslina | Spectral approach to homogenization of periodic differential operators | |||

Suslina | Homogenization of a stationary Maxwell system with periodic coefficients | |||

Vassiliev | First order systems of PDEs on manifolds without boundary: understanding neutrinos and photons | |||

Watson | Dynamics of wavepackets in spatially inhomogeneous crystals by multi-scale analysis | |||

Wood | Wrap-up session |