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29/03 - 02/04/04 OCIAM Oxford University
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Programme

Presentations, group work, lectures, coffee and tea will be in the Mathematical Institute. Lunch, dinner, the discussion on Wednesday, and residents' accommodation will be in St Anne's College.

Telephone, fax, email, computing and library facilities will be available at the Mathematical Institute.

Monday 29th March

0800-0850

Breakfast for residents

0830-0855

Registration

0900-0905

Welcome

0905-0915

Logistics

0915-0945

Uncertainty in flow in porous media Daniel Busby and Chris Farmer, Schlumberger Abingdon

0945-1015

Distribution-independent safety analysis Keith Slater and Paul Cowell, National Air Traffic Services

1015-1045

Models of consumer behaviour Shail Patel and Antoine Schlijper, Unilever

1045-1115

Coffee and tea

1115-1145

The design of robust networks for massive parallel micro-fluidic devices John Melrose, Unilever

1145-1215

Modelling of melt on spinning wheels and the impact of scale up on the various parameters Gary Jubb, Thermal Ceramics UK

1215-1245

Data packet loss in a queue with limited buffer space Jose Gil, Motorola Research

1300-1415

Lunch

1415-1445

Real time traffic monitoring using mobile phone data Michael Alger, Vodafone Pilotentwicklung GmbH

1445-1515

Optical measurement of glucose content of the aqueous humor Dan Daly and Graeme Clarke, Lein Applied Diagnostics

1515-1545

Coffee/Tea

1545-1745

Initial Discussions

1745-1845

Reception

1900

Dinner

2000-2300

Bar

Tuesday March 30th

0800-0850

Breakfast for residents

0900-1045

Group work

1045-1115

Coffee and tea

1115-1215

Professor Colin Please (University of Southampton): Study Groups' Greatest Hits

1115-1250

Group work

1300-1350

Lunch

1400-1545

Group work

1530-1600

Coffee and tea

1600-1700

Group work

1715-1845

Meet the Brewer - talk on the Brewing process by Sidney Liddiard and David Waller from Adnams PLC

1900

Dinner for residents

2000

Bar

Wednesday March 31st

0800-0850

Breakfast for residents

0900-1045

Group work

1045-1115

Coffee and tea

1115-1250

Group work

1300-1350

Lunch

1400-1500

Dr John Ockendon: The globalisation of mathematics in industry

1500-1530

Group work

1530-1600

Coffee and tea

1600-1700

Group work

1700-1815

Brief reports of progress so far (Chair: Dr Paul Dellar)

1900

Dinner for all participants

2030

Discussion: Ethical issues in applications of mathematics (Chair: Dr Robert Leese)

2130-2300

Bar

Thursday April 1st

0800-0850

Breakfast for residents

0900-1045

Group work

1045-1115

Coffee and tea

1115-1250

Group work

1300-1350

Lunch

1400-1600

Group work

1600-1630

Coffee and tea

1630-1845

Group work

1900

Dinner for residents

2000-2200

Bar/group work

Friday April 2nd

0800-0850

Breakfast for residents

0900-0905

Warm up

0905-0930

Uncertainty in flow in porous media - Schlumberger

0930-0955

Distribution-independent safety analysis - NATS

0955-1020

Models of consumer behaviour - Unilever

1020-1045

The design of robust networks for massive parallel micro-fluidic devices - Unilever

1045-1100

Coffee/tea

1100-1125

Modelling of melt on spinning wheels and the impact of scale up on the various parameters - Thermal Ceramics UK

1125-1150

Data packet loss in a queue with limited buffer space - Motorola

1150-1215

Real time traffic monitoring using mobile phone data - Vodafone

1215-1240

Optical measurement of glucose content of the aqueous humor - Lein Applied Diagnostics

1240-1250

Colemanballs (Dr Sam Howison)

1250-1300

Wrap up

1300

Lunch

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