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SUMMARY:Arjun Berera (Edinburgh)
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URL:http://math-sciences.org/event/arjun-berera-edinburgh
CATEGORIES:Seminars,Theoretical Physics
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SUMMARY:Tom Heinzl (Plymouth)
DESCRIPTION:Integrability of Relativistic Dynamical Systems\nIn my presentation I will give a brief overview of our recent studies of relativistic dynamical systems. These are described by the Newton-Einstein-Lorentz equation generalising F = ma in the presence of external (electromagnetic) forces. I will explain how space-time and conformal symmetries may be employed to find conserved quantities that lead to integrability. In quite a few cases\, the number of these quantities is surprisingly large implying super-integrability. This feature is somewhat ‘exotic’ due to its rare occurrence. For instance\, by Bertrand’s theorem\, in classical mechanics it only holds for the Kepler problem (with its Laplace-Runge-Lenz vector) and the harmonic oscillator. Using our generalised setting we have been able to extend this list significantly. \n
URL:http://math-sciences.org/event/tom-heinzl-plymouth-2
LOCATION:2-5 Kirkby Place\, Plymouth\, PL4 6DT\, United Kingdom
CATEGORIES:Pure Mathematics,Seminars
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DTSTART;TZID=UTC+0:20180425T160000
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SUMMARY:Tim Adamo (Imperial)
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URL:http://math-sciences.org/event/tim-adamo-imperial
LOCATION:2-5 Kirkby Place\, Plymouth\, PL4 6DT\, United Kingdom
CATEGORIES:Seminars,Theoretical Physics
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DTSTART;TZID=UTC+0:20180425T170000
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SUMMARY:David Spiegelhalter (University of Cambridge)
DESCRIPTION:Trust in Numbers \nSpeaker: Prof Sir David Spiegelhalter (President of the Royal Statistical Society for 2017-2018) \nThose who value quantitative and scientific evidence are faced with claims both of a reproducibility crisis in scientific publication\, and of a post-truth society abounding in fake news and alternative facts. Both issues are of vital importance to statisticians\, and both are deeply concerned with trust in expertise. By considering the ‘pipelines’ through which scientific and political evidence is propagated\, I will consider possible ways of improving both the trustworthiness of the statistical evidence being communicated\, and the ability of audiences to assess the quality and reliability of what they are being told. There will also be cheap laughs at numerous examples of disastrous communication of statistics in the media. \n \n
URL:http://math-sciences.org/event/david-spiegelhalter-university-of-cambridge-2
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 2\, Roland Levinsky Building\, University of Plymouth\, Plymouth\, PL4 8AA
CATEGORIES:Seminars,Statistics and Data Science
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DTSTART;TZID=UTC+0:20180502T160000
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CREATED:20180206T093103Z
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SUMMARY:Kate Lancaster (York)
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URL:http://math-sciences.org/event/kate-lancaster-york
CATEGORIES:Seminars,Theoretical Physics
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