Archive for February, 2009

Network Maths Summer School, July 13th-August 13th 2009

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Following last years success, the Network Maths graduate programme will be running four new fourth-level modules in 2009. These modules will be delivered by leading experts in the field and are open to any graduate student in Ireland. For further details and to register for a place, go to the the Network Maths web site.

  • Applied Optimisation, July 13th – July 16th 2009
    Professor Venkatamaran Balakrishnan, Purdue University
  • Introduction to Markov Processes, July 20th – July 23rd 2009
    Professor Christof Schütte, FU Berlin
  • Discrete Event and Hybrid Systems, July 27th – July 30th 2009
    Professor Joerg Raisch, TU Berlin
  • Graph Theory and Network Analysis, August 10th – August 13th 2009
    Professor Paul Van Dooren, Leuven University

SFI FAME strategic research cluster announced

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

The Tanaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment announced the award of a €5.8M award to the FAME (Federated, Autonomic Management of End-to-end Communication Services) Strategic Research Cluster which is a partnership between researchers at Waterford Institute of Technology, Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, the Hamilton Institute at NUI Maynooth and University College Cork. See the official press release.

First Hamilton Workshop on HIV: Mathematics, biology and beyond

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

The First Hamilton Workshop on HIV: Mathematics, biology and beyond, hosted by the Hamilton Institute, aims to provide a forum for researchers working in the area of HIV/AIDS in the greater Dublin area (and beyond). The list of topics ranges from mathematics to microbiology and ethnography, from theory to experiments and field studies. We have scheduled talks and breaks to allow for having a chance to meet, discuss, and gain new research contacts/collaborators in the area of HIV/AIDS.

For further information, see workshop homepage.