Friday, 8 October, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Steve Donkin (QMW) 
Some remarks on characters and Hecke algebras of type A 

Saturday, 9 October, 1999 
11:00 am 
Room GLT1 
Honour of Roger Carter's 65th Birthday 
M. Geck (University of Lyon 1) 
KazhdanLusztig cells and decomposition numbers 

Saturday, 9 October, 1999 
12:05 pm 
Room GLT1 
Honour of Roger Carter's 65th Birthday 
H. H. Anderson (University of Aarhus) 
Weyl Modules and their Duals 

Saturday, 9 October, 1999 
2:15 pm 
Room GLT1 
Honour of Roger Carter's Birthday 
P. Littlelmann (IRMA, Strasbourg) 
Twisted flags of Verma modules and bases for representations 

Saturday, 9 October, 1999 
4:30 pm 
Room GLT1 
Honour of Roger Carter's Birthday 
G. Lusztig (MIT) 
Semicanonical bases arising from enveloping algebras 

Monday, 11 October, 1999 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry and...... 
Andrew Stacey (Warwick) 
From manifolds to mechanics 

Tuesday, 12 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory & Dynamical systems 
Charles Walkden (Manchester) 
Invariant graphs in skew product systems 

Wednesday, 13 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability Theory 
Dmitri Kramkov (Mitzabishi Bank of Tokyo) 
On hedging under transaction costs 

Wednesday, 13 October, 1999 
3:30 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability Theory 
Jonathan Warren (University of Warwick) 
Chasing the burgler: skew products and flows 

Wednesday, 13 October, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Lie Theory Seminar 
James Humphreys (University of Massachusetts) 
Shuffled modules in Lie Theory 

Thursday, 14 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Mechanics and Symmetry Seminars 
Luciano Buono (Warwick) 
Locomotor central pattern generators and symmetric networks of ODEs. 

Friday, 15 October, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
James Humphreys (University of Massachusetts) 
Nilpotent orbits and representation theory: two examples 

Friday, 15 October, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
James Humphreys (Massachussetts, Amherst) 
Nilpotent Orbits and Representation Theory: Two Examples 

Monday, 18 October, 1999 
1:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W  Numerical Methods for Largescale Bifurcation Problems 
R. B. Lehoucq (Sandia National Laboratories) 
Linear Stability Analysis of LargeScale Incompressible Flow Calculations on Massively Parallel Computers 

Monday, 18 October, 1999 
1:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme 
Kurt Lust (Warwick) 
Numerical Methods for LargeScale Bifurcation Problems 

Monday, 18 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W  Numerical Methods for Largescale Bifurcation Problems 
Karl Meerbergen (RutherfordAppleton Laboratory) 
The rational Lanczos method for the Hermitian eigenvalue 

Monday, 18 October, 1999 
3:30 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W  Numerical Methods for Largescale Bifurcation Problems 
Kurt Lust (Warwick  visiting) 
Continuation and bifurcation analysis of periodic solutions of partial differential equations 

Tuesday, 19 October, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room 123 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Scott Crass (Warwick) 
Solving the sextic by iteration: Two dimensional complex dynamics with symmetry 

Wednesday, 20 October, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Lie Theory 
Roger Carter (Warwick) 
Unipotent Representations of padic Groups 

Wednesday, 20 October, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room 100 
Fluid Dynamics 
Sergey Nazarenko (Warwick) 
Strain Reduction by Turbulence in the Taylor FourRoller Mill Flow 

Thursday, 21 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Mechanics and Symmetry Seminars 
Sebastian Reich (Surrey) 
The MultiSymplectic Structure of Ideal Fluid Dynamics 

Monday, 25 October, 1999 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Diego Matessi (Warwick) 
Introduction to complex manifolds 

Tuesday, 26 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Dynamical Systems 
Stefano Luzzatto and Mark Holland (Warwick) 
The dynamics of Henon maps 

Wednesday, 27 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 100 
Riemannian Geometry (for graduate students) 
Mario Micallef (Warwick) 
Introduction, including the structure equations and various curvature notions. 

Wednesday, 27 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 123 
Algebraic Geometry 
Discussion (Warwick) 
FAC §4 Comparison between cohomology groups for different covers 

Wednesday, 27 October, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Lie Theory 
Dmitriy Rumynin (Warwick) 
Quantizations of simple singularities and Xalgebras 

Wednesday, 27 October, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Birational Geometry 
Dan Ryder (Warwick) 
Cremona transformations 

Thursday, 28 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Mechanics and Symmetry Seminars 
Luca Sbano (Warwick) 
Variational methods and the topology of reduced threebody problems with symmetries 

Friday, 29 October, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Symplectic Geometry 
John Rawnsley (Warwick) 
Curvature decompositions 

Monday, 1 November, 1999 
1:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme 
Dwight Barkley (Warwick, organiser) 
MagnetoHydrodynamics 

Monday, 1 November, 1999 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Diego Matessi (Warwick) 
Deformations of complex structure 

Wednesday, 3 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Karen Vogtmann (Cornell) 
The geometry of spaces of phylogenetic trees 

Thursday, 4 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Mechanics and Symmetry Seminars 
Jeroen Lamb (Imperial College) 
Bifurcations of periodic orbits with spatiotemporal symmetries 

Thursday, 4 November, 1999 
3:05 pm 
Room MI1 
Holomorphic dynamics 
Marcio Soares (University of Minas Gerais) 
Existence of rational first integrals for meromorphic vector fields on projective spaces 

Friday, 5 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Probability 
Alexander Veretennikov (Moscow) 
On the regularity of an invariant measure for a diffusion and a solution of a Poisson equation 

Monday, 8 November, 1999 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Rui Albuquerque (Warwick) 
Introduction to Symplectic Geometry 

Monday, 8 November, 1999 
4:30 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
V. M. Buchstaber (Moscow & Edinburgh) 
Groups of polynomial transformations and symplectic nilmanifolds 

Tuesday, 9 November, 1999 
3:00 pm 
Room 123 
Lie Theory 
Bruce Westbury (Warwick) 
Character Tables of Quantum Doubles of Classical Groups 

Wednesday, 10 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Birational Geometry 
Miles Reid (Warwick) 
Mori contractions: and a first introduction to divisorial contractions, flips and flops 

Thursday, 11 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room Room 26 
Mechanics and symmetry seminar 
Gregor Tanner (Nottingham) 
Graphs, Combinatorics and Quantum Chaos 

Thursday, 11 November, 1999 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Topology and Geometry 
Yuri Chekanov (Moscow) 
Arnolds 'fourcusp' conjecture and invariants of Legendrian knots 

Thursday, 11 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Hyperbolic geometry 
David Epstein (Warwick) 
Compact metric spaces as boundaries of hyperbolic spaces and a constructive approach to topology 

Friday, 12 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Symplectic Geometry 
Paul Cooper (Warwick) 
Twistor Quantization 

Friday, 12 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Henk Bruin (Caltech) 
Complex quadratic maps, Hubbard trees and symbolic dynamics 

Monday, 15 November, 1999 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Rebecca Leng (Warwick) 
Introduction to Algebraic Geometry 

Monday, 15 November, 1999 
4:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry Plus 
John Rawnsley (Warwick) 
Introduction to geometric quantisation 

Tuesday, 16 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Henon maps 
Mark Holland (Warwick) 
L.S. Young towers for Henon maps 

Tuesday, 16 November, 1999 
3:00 pm 
Room 123 
Lie Theory 
Robert Marsh (Leicester) 
Quantum Groups and Quivers 

Tuesday, 16 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Manfred L Einsiedler (University of East Anglia) 
Algebraic dynamical systems and Amoeba sets 

Wednesday, 17 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability Theory 
Ron Doney (University of Manchester) 
Fluctuation Theory for Levy Processes 

Wednesday, 17 November, 1999 
3:30 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability Theory 
J Toland (University of Bath) 
The role of L^2 in Positive Integral Operator Theory (with an example from WienerHopf) 

Wednesday, 17 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Birational Geometry 
D. Ryder (Warwick) 
Factorisation of maps between rational surfaces (Castelnuovo's proof of Max Noether's theorem) 

Thursday, 18 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Mechanics and Symmetry Seminars 
Igor Kozin (Warwick) 
Bifurcations of relative equilibria in molecular spectra 

Thursday, 18 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room in Cambridge 
CALF Junior Algebraic Geometry Seminar 
Alessandro Chiodo (Cambridge) 
Moduli of curves with thetacharacteristic 

Thursday, 18 November, 1999 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology Symposium 
Jozef Przytycki (George Washington University) 
Skein modules and geometry of 3manifolds 

Thursday, 18 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Hyperbolic geometry 
Fred Gardiner (CUNY New York) 
Comparing Poincare metrics 

Thursday, 18 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room in Cambridge 
CALF Junior Algebraic Geometry Seminar 
Balázs Szendröi (Warwick) 
The unbearable lightness of deformation theory 

Friday, 19 November, 1999 
11:00 am 
Room 123 
Differential Geometry 
Simon Salamon (Oxford) 
Complex structures on Lie groups 

Friday, 19 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Differential Geometry 
Francis Burstall (Bath) 
Isothermic submanifolds of symmetric Rspaces 

Friday, 19 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Theodore Voronov (UMIST) 
Supermanifolds and quantization of forms on the cotangent bundle 

Monday, 22 November, 1999 
4:30 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry plus 
John Rawnsley (Warwick) 
Introduction to geometric quantisation (II) 

Tuesday, 23 November, 1999 
3:00 pm 
Room 123 
Lie Theory 
Roger Carter (Warwick) 
Representations of groups over local fieldsinduced modules and endomorphism algebras 

Tuesday, 23 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Yurij Suhov (Cambridge) 
The spectrum of the generator of an infinitedimensional diffusion 

Wednesday, 24 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability 
Terry Lyons (Oxford) 
Tensor products and Levy area 

Wednesday, 24 November, 1999 
3:30 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability 
Konstantin Khanin (HerriotWatt) 
Thermodynamic Formalism for Random Transformations 

Wednesday, 24 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Birational geometry 
Daniel Ryder (Warwick) 
Factorisation of maps between rational surfaces (Castelnuovo's proof of Max Noether's theorem) 

Thursday, 25 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Mechanics and Symmetry Seminars 
Alan Champneys (Bristol) 
The 'Indian rope trick' for a continuously flexible rod 

Thursday, 25 November, 1999 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology Symopsium 
Victor Pidstrigatch (Warwick) 
Topological properties of moduli spaces of instantons on R^4 

Thursday, 25 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Hyperbolic geometry 
Yohei Komori (Osaka City University) 
On the Bers embedding of the Teichmuller space of punctured tori 

Friday, 26 November, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Symplectic Geometry 
George Terizakis (Warwick) 
Quantization of singular circle actions 

Friday, 26 November, 1999 
2:30 pm 
Room 123 
Applied Mathematics 
Oleg Zaboronski (Warwick) 
An introduction to modern methods of non equilibrium statistical mechanics 

Friday, 26 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Andrew Stuart (Warwick) 
Statistics from Computations 

Monday, 29 November, 1999 
10:00 am 
Room BSR 5 
MIR@W Programme  Near Wall Turbulence 
Friedrich Busse (Bayreuth) 
Tertiary and Quaternary States of Fluid Flow in the PlaneCouette and EkmanCouette Layers and Bursts in the Inclined Convection Layer 

Monday, 29 November, 1999 
11:00 am 
Room BSR 5 
MIR@W Programme  Near Wall Turbulence 
Neil Sandham (Southampton) 
Statistics and structures in turbulent channel flow 

Monday, 29 November, 1999 
1:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Near Wall Turbulence 
Roger Hoxey (Silsoe Research Institute) 
Three component velocity measurements in the lower 10 m of the atmospheric boundary layer 

Monday, 29 November, 1999 
1:50 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Near Wall Turbulence 
Martin Oberlack (RWTH Aachen) 
Transformation Group Properties of Turbulent Flows 

Monday, 29 November, 1999 
2:40 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Near Wall Turbulence 
Sergey Nazarenko (Warwick) 
Rapid Distortion Theory for the nearwall turbulence problems 

Monday, 29 November, 1999 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Ricardo Castano (Warwick) 
Symplectic reduction 

Monday, 29 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Near Wall Turbulence 
Julian C R Hunt (University College London) 
Eddy structures in turbulent boundary layer 

Monday, 29 November, 1999 
4:30 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry plus 
Vistor Pidstrigatch (Warwick) 
Lagrangians of gauge theories 

Monday, 29 November, 1999 
4:50 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Near Wall Turbulence 
P. Carlotti (Cambridge) 
Spectra of turbulence in boundary layers 

Tuesday, 30 November, 1999 
3:00 pm 
Room 123 
Lie Theory 
Roger Carter (Warwick) 
Representations of groups over local fields 

Tuesday, 30 November, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Jens Marklof (Bristol) 
Mathematical aspects of quantum chaos 

Wednesday, 1 December, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Birational geometry 
Balazs Szendroi (Warwick) 
\C^* actions and flips 

Thursday, 2 December, 1999 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology Symopsium 
Andrei Pajitnov (Nantes University) 
The Novikov complex and closed orbits of the gradient flow 

Thursday, 2 December, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Hyperbolic geometry 
Jack Button (Oxford) 
The spaces of 2generator Mobius groups 

Friday, 3 December, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Philip Candelas (Oxford) 
Toric Geometry, CalabiYau Manifolds and String Dualities 

Monday, 6 December, 1999 
1:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W  Modelling Spatial Processes in Plant Populations 
Howard Wilson (Imperial College) 
Antplants: Empirical Models of Species Coexistence 

Monday, 6 December, 1999 
1:50 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W  Modelling Spatial Processes in Plant Populations 
Gavin Gibson (Biomathematics & Statistics Scotland/University of Edinburgh) 
Inference and Prediction with SpatioTemporal Stochastic Models: Methods and Examples 

Monday, 6 December, 1999 
3:10 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W  Modelling Spatial Processes in Plant Populations 
Markus Kirkilionis (University of Heidelberg) 
Continuous Spatial Stochastic Processes and Cluster Approximations 

Monday, 6 December, 1999 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Paul Cooper (Warwick) 
Simple deformation quantization 

Monday, 6 December, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W  Modelling Spatial Processes in Plant Populations 
Chris Bauch (Warwick) 
Infections on a Perturbed Lattice: Planting the Seeds of a Deterministic Approach 

Monday, 6 December, 1999 
4:30 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry plus 
Donal O'Driscoll (Swansea) 
Riemann Theta Functions and Supersymmetry 

Tuesday, 7 December, 1999 
10:00 am 
Room 100 
Aplied MathematicsTheoretical Physics 
Oleg Zaboronski (Warwick) 
An introduction to modern methods of non equilibrium statistical mechanics  (Part II) 

Tuesday, 7 December, 1999 
3:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Midlands Probability 
Rachel Kuske (Minnesota/Bath) 
Competition between noise and exponential asymptotics 

Wednesday, 8 December, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Birational geometry 
Gavin Brown (Oxford) 
\C^* actions and flips, cont'd 

Thursday, 9 December, 1999 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Mechanics and Symmetry Seminars 
Stephen Creagh (Nottingham) 
The signatures of chaos in tunnelling 

Thursday, 9 December, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Hyperbolic Geometry 
Raquel Diaz (Warwick) 
Computing some pleating varieties for the twice punctured torus 

Friday, 10 December, 1999 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Miles Reid (Warwick) 
La correspondence de McKay 

Thursday, 6 January, 2000 


Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
J Jones, V Pidstrigatch and C Rourke (Warwick) 
2day Meeting on lowdimensional topology 

Thursday, 6 January, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry and Topology Symposium  2day Meeting on lowdimensional topology 
Roger Fenn (Sussex) 
A complete invariant of links: I 

Thursday, 6 January, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry and Topology Symposium  2day Meeting on lowdimensional topology 
Marc Lackenby (Cambridge) 
The singular genus of knots 

Thursday, 6 January, 2000 
5:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry and Topology Symposium  2day Meeting on lowdimensional topology 
Colin Rourke (Warwick) 
A complete invariant of links: II 

Friday, 7 January, 2000 
9:30 am 
Room MI2 
Geometry and Topology Symposium  2day Meeting on lowdimensional topology 
Brian Sanderson (Warwick) 
There are two 2twist spun trefoils 

Friday, 7 January, 2000 
10:45 am 
Room MI2 
Geometry and Topology Symposium  2day Meeting on lowdimensional topology 
Hugh Morton (Liverpool) 
The Hopf link and the Murphy operators 

Monday, 10 January, 2000 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Jorge Neves (Warwick) 
A Z/2 Action on a K3 surface 

Wednesday, 12 January, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 26 
Fluid Dynamics 
Oleg Zaboronski (Warwick) 
The intermittency of the Decay of Burgers Turbulence 

Friday, 14 January, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
G. Friesecke (Oxford) 
Quantum mechanics at the millen ium: the exact linear manybody Scrödinger equation versus it's nonlinear approximations in physics and chemistry 

Monday, 17 January, 2000 
11:00 am 
Room BSR1 
Statistical population dynamics in ecology and epidemiology 
Qiwei Yao & Wenyang Zhang (London School of Economics) 
Statistical analysis of Canadian mink and muskrat data 

Monday, 17 January, 2000 
1:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme 
Bärbel Finkenstädt (Warwick  Statistics, organiser) 
Statistical population dynamics in ecology and epidemiology 

Monday, 17 January, 2000 
1:10 pm 
Room MI 1 
Statistical population dynamics in ecology and epidemiology 
Howell Tong (Univ of Hong Kong/London School of Economics) 
On the estimation of an instantaneous transformation for time series 

Monday, 17 January, 2000 
1:50 pm 
Room MI 1 
Statistical population dynamics in ecology and epidemiology 
Steve Buckland (St Andrews University) 
A general approach to fitting stochastic population dynamics models and its relevance to wildlife management 

Monday, 17 January, 2000 
2:45 pm 
Room MI 1 
Statistical population dynamics in ecology and epidemiology 
Peter Yong (Lancaster University) 
Databased mechanistic modelling of population dynamics 

Monday, 17 January, 2000 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Stavros Papadakis (Warwick) 
Complex surfaces 

Monday, 17 January, 2000 
3:25 pm 
Room MI 1 
Statistical population dynamics in ecology and epidemiology 
Christl Donnelly (Wellcome Centre, Oxford) 
Statistics and BSE: on and off the bone 

Monday, 17 January, 2000 
4:40 pm 
Room MI 1 
Statistical population dynamics in ecology and epidemiology 
Bryan Grenfell (University of Cambridge) 
Childhood epidemics: Waves or arm waves? 

Monday, 17 January, 2000 
5:20 pm 
Room MI 1 
Statistical population dynamics in ecology and epidemiology 
Bärbel Finkenstädt (University of Warwick) 
A time series model for recurrent childhood epidemics 

Tuesday, 18 January, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical Systems 
Jiazhong Yang 
Finite determinancy of vector fields 

Wednesday, 19 January, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability 
JeanSebastien Giet (Nancy) 
Branching process associated with the 3dNavier Stokes equation in a bounded domain 

Thursday, 20 January, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Robert MacKay (Cambridge, Warwick) 
Optic discrete breather and defects in solids 

Thursday, 20 January, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology Symposium 
Max Forester (Warwick) 
Splittings of generalized BaumslagSolitar groups 

Friday, 21 January, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
David Epstein (Warwick) 
Construction of compact metric spaces 

Monday, 24 January, 2000 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Mohan Bhupal (Warwick) 
Introduction to generating functions 

Monday, 24 January, 2000 
4:30 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
John Rawnsley (Warwick) 
The BohrSommerfeld condition 

Thursday, 27 January, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Algebra 
I. Dokas (Warwick) 
P Lie Algebras, Cotriples and Homology 

Thursday, 27 January, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Algebra 
I. Dokas (Warwick) 
p Lie algebras, cotriples and homology 

Monday, 31 January, 2000 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Simone Pavanelli (Warwick) 
Moduli space theory 

Wednesday, 2 February, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability 
Philippe Marchal (Paris VI) 
Selfsimilar processes on the boundary of a tree 

Thursday, 3 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Algebra 
John Moody (Warwick) 
On resolving singularities 

Monday, 7 February, 2000 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Andrew Stacey (Warwick) 
Cohomology theories 

Wednesday, 9 February, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Mechanics & Symmetry 
Luca Sbano (Warwick) 
Non collision periodic orbits in the planar 3body problem 

Thursday, 10 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Erik van Vleck (Colorado School of Mines, Sussex) 
Analysis and computation of traveling wave solutions of bistable differentialdifference equations 

Thursday, 10 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Algebra 
Richard Lissaman (Warwick) 
Projective prime ideals and localization in polynomial identity rings 

Thursday, 10 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Algebra 
Richard Lissaman (Warwick) 
Projective prime ideals and localization in polynomial identity rings 

Friday, 11 February, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Topology and Geometry Symposium Colloquium 
Mark Gross (Warwick) 
Topological Mirror Symmetry 

Monday, 14 February, 2000 
1:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Computational Molecular Dynamics 
Ben Leimkuhler (Mathematics, Leicester) 
Overview of computational molecular dynamics 

Monday, 14 February, 2000 
1:20 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Computational Molecular Dynamics 
David Heyes (Chemistry, Surrey) 
Deterministic and stochastic simulations of steeply repulsive particle systems 

Monday, 14 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Computational Molecular Dynamics 
David Pettifor (Material Science, Oxford) 
Bondorder potentials: bridging the electronic to atomistic modelling hierarchies. 

Monday, 14 February, 2000 
2:40 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Computational Molecular Dynamics 
M P Allen (Physics, Bristol) 
Computers and the virtual world of molecules 

Monday, 14 February, 2000 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Jonathan Munn (Warwick) 
A primer on gauge theory, part I 

Monday, 14 February, 2000 
3:50 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Computational Molecular Dynamics 
Ben Leimkuhler (Mathematics, Leicester) 
Geometric integrators for the canonical ensemble 

Monday, 14 February, 2000 
4:30 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Computational Molecular Dynamics 
Sebastian Reich (Mathematics, Surrey) 
Multiple time scales, averaging, and constraints in molecular dynamics 

Monday, 14 February, 2000 
4:30 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Yorgos Terisakis (Warwick) 
The BohrSommerfeld condition II 

Monday, 14 February, 2000 
5:10 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Computational Molecular Dynamics 
David Wales (Chemistry, Cambridge) 
Global analysis of potential energy surfaces 

Tuesday, 15 February, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Robert MacKay (Warwick) 
Poincare's orbites a chocs 

Wednesday, 16 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability 
Matthew Penrose (Durham) 
Central limit Theorems in spatial probability via martingales 

Wednesday, 16 February, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability 
John Haigh (Sussex) 
On the mathematics of spread betting 

Thursday, 17 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
John Barrett (Imperial) 
Finite element approximation of an AllenCahn/CahnHilliard system 

Thursday, 17 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Algebra 
Derek Holt (Warwick) 
Calculating maximal subgroups of finite groups 

Thursday, 17 February, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology 
Joseph Marshall (Warwick) 
Testing for malnormality in hyperbolic groups 

Friday, 18 February, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Robert Guralnick (University of Southern California) 
Polynomials, Rational Functions, and Finite Groups 

Monday, 21 February, 2000 
1:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme 
Thomas Mikosch (Rijks Universiteit Groningen) 
The interplay between tails and dependence in financial time series 

Monday, 21 February, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme 
Raphael Douady (Ecole Normale Superieure of Cachan) 
The calibration of complex models in finance 

Monday, 21 February, 2000 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Jonathan Munn (Warwick) 
A primer on gauge theory, part II 

Tuesday, 22 February, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory and dynamical systems 
Maciej Capinski (Krakov, Poland) 
From Wazewski theorem to computer assisted proofs in dynamics 

Wednesday, 23 February, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Ali Craw (Warwick) 
Hilbert schemes and deformation theory 

Thursday, 24 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Holger Dullin (Loughborough) 
Quantum monodromy in billiards inside ellipsoids 

Thursday, 24 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Algebra 
K. Gruenberg (Queen Mary and Westfield College) 
Capitulation in number theory and transfer in group theory 

Thursday, 24 February, 2000 
3:45 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology 
Martin Bridson (Oxford University) 
Grammatical complexity and the geometry of groups and manifolds 

Friday, 25 February, 2000 
10:00 am 
Room GLT 1 
Meeting in Honour of Sir Christopher Zeeman 
M W Hirsch (Berkeley) 
On the number of norbits of a surface diffeomorphism 

Friday, 25 February, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room GLT 1 
Meeting in Honour of Sir Christopher Zeeman 
D A Rand (Warwick) 
Mathematics and the immune system: how T cells recognise invaders while tolerating self 

Friday, 25 February, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room GLT 1 
Meeting in Honour of Sir Christopher Zeeman 
M L Zeeman (Texas, San Antonio) 
Global behaviour in competitive LotkaVolterra systems 

Friday, 25 February, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room GLT 1 
Meeting in Honour of Sir Christopher Zeeman 
J Palis (IMPA, Rio de Janeiro) 
A global scenario for dissipative dynamics 

Tuesday, 29 February, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Andrew Stuart (Warwick) 
Geometric Ergodicity for Degenerate SDEs 

Tuesday, 29 February, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory and dynamical systems 
Andrew Stuart (Warwick) 
Geometric Ergodicity for Degenerate SDEs 

Thursday, 2 March, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Marty Golubitsky (Houston) 
Spontaneous pattern formation in the primary visual cortex 

Thursday, 2 March, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Algebra 
Alan Robinson (Warwick) 
André, Beck, Quillen and their famous homology for algebras 

Thursday, 2 March, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology 
Al Marden (University of Minnesota) 
Brennan's conjecture and the convex hull boundary 

Thursday, 2 March, 2000 
3:45 pm 
Room MI1 
Hyperbolic Geometry 
Kim Ruane (Vanderbilt) 
Boundaries of rightangled Coxeter groups 

Friday, 3 March, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Larry Markus (Minnesota/Warwick) 
Recent Advances on a conjecture for the Riemann zeta function 

Monday, 6 March, 2000 
1:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Mathematics in Industry 
MacKay, J Ockendon, Zinober, Leese 
Mathematics in Industry 

Monday, 6 March, 2000 
1:45 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Mathematics in Industry 
John Billingham (Birmingham) 
Industrially motivated mathematics at Birmingham 

Monday, 6 March, 2000 
2:25 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Mathematics in Industry 
Alan Zinober (Sheffield) 
Recent nonlinear control developments and interesting applications 

Monday, 6 March, 2000 
3:45 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Mathematics in Industry 
Robert Leese (Oxford,Smith Institute) 
What's a fair price for a radio spectrum? 

Monday, 6 March, 2000 
4:15 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Mathematics in Industry 
John Coats (Oxford) 
Antennae generated surface waves 

Monday, 6 March, 2000 
4:45 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Mathematics in Industry 
Tim Myers/Jean Charpin (Cranfield) 
Aircraft icing 

Monday, 6 March, 2000 
5:15 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Mathematics in Industry 
Peter Howell (Nottingham) 
Scroll compressors 

Tuesday, 7 March, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Alexandr Veselov (Loughborough University) 
What is an integrable map? 

Wednesday, 8 March, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Chris Hull (QMW) 
String Theory, Mtheory, and Geometry 

Thursday, 9 March, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Tom Bridges (Surrey) 
Multisymplectic relative equilibria and symplectic pattern formation 

Monday, 13 March, 2000 
3:10 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Jimmy Dillies (Warwick/Belgium) 
Dessins d'enfants 

Tuesday, 14 March, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
Vladimir S. Matveev (IHES) 
Global theory of geodesically equivalent metrics: integrability, quantum integrability, separation of variables and topology 

Wednesday, 15 March, 2000 
12:00 pm 
Room MI 2 
MIR@W: Numerical Analysis of Random Dynamical Systems LMS Workshop 
Tim Hunt (Cambridge) 
The triple linkage: a nice example of an Anosov system 

Wednesday, 15 March, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Numerical Analysis of Random Dynamical Systems LMS Workshop 
Luca Dieci (Georgia Institute of Technology) 
Computation of Lyapunov exponents of linear systems: an overview 

Wednesday, 15 March, 2000 
2:45 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Numerical Analysis of Random Dynamical Systems LMS Workshop 
Andrew Stuart (Warwick) 
Underresolved simulations of heat baths 

Wednesday, 15 March, 2000 
4:15 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Numerical Analysis of Random Dynamical Systems LMS Workshop 
Ben Leimkuhler (Leicester) 
Splitting methods for constant temperature and pressure calculations 

Wednesday, 15 March, 2000 
5:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
MIR@W: Numerical Analysis of Random Dynamical Systems LMS Workshop 
Sebastian Reich (Surrey) 
Resonance induced stochastic behavior in molecular systems 

Thursday, 16 March, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Arieh Iserles (Cambridge) 
The discretization of differential equations in Lie groups 

Thursday, 16 March, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 26 
Algebra 
S. Vostokov (St Petersburg) 
Explicit formulas for the Hilbert symbol (yesterday and today). 

Thursday, 16 March, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology 
Jim Anderson (University of Southampton) 
Locally free Kleinian groups 

Thursday, 16 March, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 100 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Duncan Sands (Orsey) 
Topological entropy of piecewise projective maps of the nsphere 

Friday, 17 March, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
John Toland (University of Bath) 
A NashMoser Theorem for Standing Water waves 

Thursday, 23 March, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology Symposium 
John Greenlees (Sheffield) 
Rational S^1equivariant cohomology theories associated to elliptic curves 

Thursday, 30 March, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology 
Michael Singer (Edinburgh) 
Kummer's construction revisited 

Thursday, 30 March, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Workshop on RIngs 
Richard Lissaman (Warwick) 
When do fully bounded Noetherian rings satisfy a polynomial identity? 

Thursday, 30 March, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology 
Martin Dunwoody (Southampton) 
Algorithms for splittings of finitely generated groups 

Monday, 3 April, 2000 

Room GLT3 
Ergodic Theory 
Peter Walters (Warwick) 
5day Workshop on Ergodic Theory of Ûnactions 

Thursday, 6 April, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Workshop on Rings 
Richard Lissaman (Warwick) 
GelfandKirillov Dimension and Polynomial Identity Rings 

Saturday, 8 April, 2000 


Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
J Jones, V Pidstrigatch and C Rourke (Warwick) 
8day Workshop on Topology, Geometry & Physics 

Monday, 10 April, 2000 
10:00 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Jack Morava (John Hopkins) 
Topological gravity in dimensions two and four 

Monday, 10 April, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Simon Donaldson (Imperial College London) 
Lefschetz fibrations and Taubes , Theorem on the canonical class 

Monday, 10 April, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Reiko Miyaoka (Sophia University, Tokyo) 
Stability and other topics on minimal surfaces 

Monday, 10 April, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Roger Bielawski (Edinburgh) 
Cluster decomposition of monopole metrics 

Tuesday, 11 April, 2000 
10:00 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Jaques Hurtubise (Montreal, Canada) 
CalogeroMoser systems and Hitchin systems 

Tuesday, 11 April, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Nigel Ray (Manchester) 
Toric actions in Topology 

Tuesday, 11 April, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Paul Sutcliffe (Kent) 
Skyrmions Fullerenes and rational maps 

Tuesday, 11 April, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Sadok Kallel (Lille France) 
On the Topology of Families of Curves in Projective Space 

Wednesday, 12 April, 2000 
10:00 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Jennifer Schultens (Emory and Bonn) 
tba 

Wednesday, 12 April, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Shaun Martin (Stonybrook) 
Hamiltonian symplectic manifolds and wallcrossing formulas 

Thursday, 13 April, 2000 
10:00 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Alexei Kovalev 
Twisted connected sums and special holonomy in dimension 7 

Thursday, 13 April, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
A.S. Dzhumadil'daev (Kazakstan and Oxford) 
Cohomologies, identities and hidden deformations of rightsymmetric algebras 

Thursday, 13 April, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Colin Rourke (Warwick) 
The desingularisation of smooth maps 

Thursday, 13 April, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Rossen Ivanov (Galway) 
Generalised moonshine and abelian orbifolds 

Thursday, 13 April, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Ricardo Longoni (Milano) 
Configuration space integral and Vassiliev classes in any dimension 

Friday, 14 April, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Tamas Hausel (UC Berkeley) 
L^2 cohomology and Schwarzschild instantons 

Friday, 14 April, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Vicente Munoz (Madrid) 
Donaldson invariants and modular forms 

Friday, 14 April, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Balazs Szendroi (Warwick) 
Mirror symmetry and the Torelli problem 

Friday, 14 April, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Stefan Bauer (Beilefeld) 
Stable homotopy version of SeibergWitten 

Saturday, 15 April, 2000 
10:00 am 
Room GLT3 
Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
Daryl Cooper (UC Santa Barbara) 
The End of the Orgifold Theorem 

Friday, 28 April, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room GLT1 
Colloquium 
W. Shadwick (DresdnerKlein Wort Benson) 
A Random Walk through Mathematics in Finance 

Tuesday, 2 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Midlands Probability Seminar 
K. Hara (Ritsumeikan University) 
Combinatorial aspects of Levy area formula for Gaussian Processes I 

Thursday, 4 May, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI 1 
Geometry and Topology Symposium 
Andrew Harkins (Newcastle) 
Automatic polycyclic groups 

Friday, 5 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Symplectic Geometry 
John Rawnsley (Warwick) 
Deformation quantisation and formality 

Friday, 5 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability Seminar 
Luigi Accardi (Rome) 
White noise approach to classical and quantum stochastic calculus 

Friday, 5 May, 2000 
3:00 pm 
Room 26 
Dynamical Systems 
Warwick Tucker (IMPA/Cornell) 
Computational Algorithms for ordinary differential equations 

Friday, 5 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
E. Suli (Oxford) 
Finite Element Approximation of Hyperbolic Problems: Stability, Accuracy, Adaptivity 

Monday, 8 May, 2000 
1:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme 
Organiser: Andrew Stuart (Warwick) 
Markov Chains 

Monday, 8 May, 2000 
1:45 pm 
Room MI 1 
Markov Chains and Applications 
Andrew Stuart (Mathematics, Warwick) 
Introduction 

Monday, 8 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
Markov Chains and Applications 
Nigel Burroughs (Mathematics, Warwick) 
Evolution and demography from microsatellites: the versatility of MCMC 

Monday, 8 May, 2000 
2:45 pm 
Room MI 1 
Markov Chains and Applications 
Wilfrid Kendall (Statistics, Warwick) 
How to simulate perfectly 

Monday, 8 May, 2000 
4:15 pm 
Room MI 1 
Markov Chains and Applications 
Leslie Ann Goldberg (Computer Science, Warwick) 
Stability and stochastic contention resolution 

Monday, 8 May, 2000 
5:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
Markov Chains and Applications 
Mark Jerrum (Computer Science, Edinburgh) 
Mixing time and its relation to other Markov chain parameters 

Tuesday, 9 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Rings Theory 
Charu Hajarnavis (Warwick) 
Krull Dimension 

Wednesday, 10 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Lie Theory 
Dmitriy Rumynin (Warwick) 
GröbnerShirshov bases in Representation Theory 

Wednesday, 10 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Birational Geometry 
Hokuto Uehara (Tokyo) 
On canonical 3folds with strictly nef anticanonical divisors 

Thursday, 11 May, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
Geometry and Topology 
Clint McCroy (University of Georgia) 
Topology of real algebraic sets 

Thursday, 11 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Vladimir Matveev (IPDE/Warwick) 
Geodesic Equivalence vs. Integrability 

Friday, 12 May, 2000 
11:00 am 
Room MI2 
Differential Geometry 
Daria Osipova (Hull) 
Symmetric submanifolds in symmetric spaces 

Friday, 12 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Frances Kirwan (Oxford) 
Intersection homology and Witten's integrals for singular symplectic quotients 

Friday, 12 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Differential Geometry 
John Jones (Warwick) 
Operads and Kontsevich's Formality Theorem 

Monday, 15 May, 2000 

Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme 
Organiser: Robert MacKay (Warwick) 
TUXEDO: Spatially Extended Dynamics 

Monday, 15 May, 2000 
1:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
TUXEDO: Spatially Extended Dynamics 
Richard Battye (Cambridge) 
Soliton Chemistry 

Monday, 15 May, 2000 
1:30 pm 
Room MI 1 
TUXEDO: Spatially Extended Dynamics 
Gianne Derks (Surrey) 
Solitary waves and fronts in multisymplectic systems 

Monday, 15 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
TUXEDO: Spatially Extended Dynamics 
Robert Reid (Warwick) 
Perioddoubling in Coupled Lattice Maps 

Monday, 15 May, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI 1 
TUXEDO: Spatially Extended Dynamics 
Wolfram Just (QMW) 
On Isinglike Phase Transitions in Coupled Map Lattices 

Monday, 15 May, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room MI 1 
TUXEDO: Spatially Extended Dynamics 
Martin Speight (Leeds) 
Discrete sineGordon equation 

Monday, 15 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
TUXEDO: Spatially Extended Dynamics 
Adrian Constantin (Newcastle) 
Stability of peakons 

Monday, 15 May, 2000 
4:30 pm 
Room MI 1 
TUXEDO: Spatially Extended Dynamics 
Xinyu He (Warwick) 
A Probabilistic model of vortex interactions 

Monday, 15 May, 2000 
5:00 pm 
Room MI 1 
TUXEDO: Spatially Extended Dynamics 
Sergei Turitsyn (Aston) 
Theory of dispersionmanaged optical solitons 

Wednesday, 17 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Lie Theory 
Konstanze Rietsch (Cambridge) 
Quantum Cohomology of Grassmanians and Total Positivity 

Thursday, 18 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Oleg Zaboronski (Warwick) 
Effects of Spatial Fluctuations in Diffusion Limited Aggregation 

Friday, 19 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Symplectic Geometry 
John Rawnsley (Warwick) 
L_\infty morphisms of dgla's 

Friday, 19 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Alan Newell (Warwick) 
Wave turbulence and Intermittency 

Monday, 22 May, 2000 
1:00 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Animal Locomotion and Mathematical Models 
Ian Stewart (Warwick) 
The pattern of tiny feet 

Monday, 22 May, 2000 
1:45 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Animal Locomotion and Mathematical Models 
Alan Roberts (Biological Sciences, Bristol) 
Neuronal circuits controlling swimming in frog tadpoles 

Monday, 22 May, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Animal Locomotion and Mathematical Models 
Mark Nixon (Electronics and Computer Science, Southampton) 
Recognising people by the way they walk 

Monday, 22 May, 2000 
3:45 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Animal Locomotion and Mathematical Models 
Jeremy Rayner (Biology, Leeds) 
Perversion in flying birds: optimized design of the avain wingtip 

Monday, 22 May, 2000 
4:30 pm 
Room MI1 
MIR@W Programme  Animal Locomotion and Mathematical Models 
Dave Wood (Mathematics, Warwick) 
Modelling insect gaits by networks of coupled oscillators 

Tuesday, 23 May, 2000 
3:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Dynamical Systems 
Tomasz Nowicki (Warsaw) 
Cycles in Newton's means 

Tuesday, 23 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Dynamical Systems 
Renato Iturriaga (Newton Institute  Cambridge) 
Manes critical values as levels of Energy 

Wednesday, 24 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability Seminar 
Iain MacPhee (Durham) 
On additive pricing for routing problems in networks 

Wednesday, 24 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Lie Theory 
Roger Carter (Warwick) 
Representations of simple padic groups: lusztig's duality Theorem 

Wednesday, 24 May, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability Seminar 
Roger Tribe (Warwick) 
Intermittancy in a heat equation 

Thursday, 25 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Alan Newell (Warwick) 
Natural patterns and their defects 

Friday, 26 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Dwight Barkley, Derek Holt, Saul Jacka, Roger Tribe (Warwick) 
What is important about lecturing? 

Tuesday, 30 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI 2 
Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems 
Robert MacKay (Warwick) 
Coupled Map Lattices with Phase Transition 

Wednesday, 31 May, 2000 
12:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Lie Theory Seminar 
Bruce Westbury (Warwick) 
'Poor Man's' KazhdanLusztig Polynomials 

Wednesday, 31 May, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Lie Theory Seminar 
Dmitriy Rumynin (Warwick) 
GröbnerShirshov bases for representations 

Wednesday, 31 May, 2000 
2:30 pm 
Room 26 
Stochastic Analysis Seminar 
Xuerong Mao (Strathcyde) 
Stochastic Stability, Attraction and Boundedness 

Wednesday, 31 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 26 
Fluid Dynamics 
Graeme Sarson (University of Newcastle) 
Convection Driven Geodynamo Models 

Wednesday, 31 May, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI 2 
Geometry Seminar 
Miles Reid (Warwick) 
Varieties and rings, Episode 66 (The Phantom surface) 

Thursday, 1 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
John Gibbon (Imperial College) 
An Analytical and Numerical Study of Singularity Formation in a Special Class of 3D Euler Flows 

Friday, 2 June, 2000 
11:00 am 
Room GLT3 
LMS Masie UK Day 
Jeroen Lamb (Imperial) 
Reversible equivariant dynamics 

Friday, 2 June, 2000 
11:45 am 
Room GLT3 
LMS Masie UK Day 
Igor Hoveijn (Groningen/Warwick) 
Reversible equivariant linear systems 

Friday, 2 June, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room GLT3 
LMS Masie UK Day 
Tom Bridges (Surrey) 
Multisymplecticity 

Friday, 2 June, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Symplectic Geometry 
John Jones (Warwick) 
Algebraic structures up to homotopy from the point of view of operads 

Friday, 2 June, 2000 
2:45 pm 
Room GLT3 
LMS Masie UK Day 
Gianne Derks (Surrey) 
Dimension breaking in multisymplectic systems 

Friday, 2 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room GLT3 
LMS Masie UK Day 
HansPeter Kruse (Munich) 
On a generalization of the CamassaHolm equation to two space dimensions 

Friday, 2 June, 2000 
4:45 pm 
Room GLT3 
LMS Masie UK Day 
Tudor Ratiu (Lausanne) 
A survey of averaged Euler equations 

Saturday, 3 June, 2000 
9:15 am 
Room GLT3 
Mechanics and Symmetry Workshop 
Holger Dullin (Loughborough) 
Stability of levitrons 

Saturday, 3 June, 2000 
11:00 am 
Room GLT3 
Mechanics and Symmetry Workshop 
Claudia Wulff (Berlin) 
Stability of Hamiltonian relative equilibria 

Saturday, 3 June, 2000 
11:45 am 
Room GLT3 
Mechanics and Symmetry Workshop 
JuanPablo Ortega (Lausanne) 
Hamiltonian dynamics near stable critical elements 

Saturday, 3 June, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room GLT3 
Mechanics and Symmetry Workshop 
Mark Roberts (Warwick) 
Persistence of Hamiltonian relative equilibria 

Sunday, 4 June, 2000 
9:15 am 
Room GLT3 
Mechanics and Symmetry Workshop 
Henk Broer (Groningen) 
KAM theory: multiperiodicity in dissipative and conservative systems 

Sunday, 4 June, 2000 
11:00 am 
Room GLT3 
Mechanics and Symmetry Workshop 
Heinz Hanssman (Aachen) 
A survey on bifurcations of invariant tori 

Sunday, 4 June, 2000 
11:45 am 
Room GLT3 
Mechanics and Symmetry Workshop 
Francesco Fasso (Padua) 
Some applications of Hamiltonian perturbation theory 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
10:45 am 
Room GLT 3 
(MIR@W Programme) Dynamics and Spectra of Atoms and Molecules 
Richard Cushman (Utrecht) 
Monodromy in classical mechanics 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room GLT 3 
(MIR@W Programme) Dynamics and Spectra of Atoms and Molecules 
Igor Kozin (Warwick) 
Monodromy in the spectrum of a molecule in an electric field 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
12:15 pm 
Room GLT 3 
(MIR@W Programme) Dynamics and Spectra of Atoms and Molecules 
San Vu Ngoc (Grenoble) 
Semiclassical integrable systems with singularities: singular BohrSommerfeld conditions and symplectic invariants 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability Seminar 
Richard Weber (Cambridge) 
A large devaitions analysis of the multiplexing of periodic traffic sources 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
2:15 pm 
Room GLT 3 
(MIR@W Programme) Dynamics and Spectra of Atoms and Molecules 
Ben Leimkuhler (Leicester) 
Geometric integrators: rigid bodies, spin systems and molecular dynamics. 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
3:00 pm 
Room GLT 3 
(MIR@W Programme) Dynamics and Spectra of Atoms and Molecules 
Boris Zhilinskii (Dunkirk) 
What mathematical tools can be used to predict qualitative changes in intramolecular dynamics? 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room 68 
Midlands Probability Seminar 
Olivier Raimond (Paris VI) 
Integration of Brownian vector fields 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
4:15 pm 
Room GLT 3 
(MIR@W Day) Dynamics and Spectra of Atoms and Molecules 
Stephen Creagh (Nottingham) 
Symmetry breaking in trace formulas 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
4:30 pm 
Room MI 2 
Geometry 
Mark Gross (Warwick) 
QFT and Feynman Diagrams II 

Monday, 5 June, 2000 
5:00 pm 
Room GLT 3 
(MIR@W Programme) Dynamics and Spectra of Atoms and Molecules 
Gregor Tanner (Nottingham) 
Semiclassical quantisation and classical intermittency 

Tuesday, 6 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI 2 
Ergodic theory and Dynamical systems 
Alexei Glutsuk (IHES) 
Smoothness of the uniformization of linear foliation on torus with nonstandard metric 

Thursday, 8 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room 123 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 

No seminar scheduled for this week 

Friday, 9 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Clifford Earle (Cornell/Warwick) 
Using quasiconformal maps to study conformal invariants 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
10:20 am 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Stephen Jarvis/Abhir Bhalerao (Warwick/Compuer Science) 
Introduction 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
10:30 am 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Paul Goldberg (Warwick/Compuer Science) 
Learning Fixeddimension Linear Thresholds from Fragmented Data 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
11:00 am 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Roland Wilson (Warwick/Compuer Science) 
Spot the Difference: Analysing Gel Images for Proteomics 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
11:45 am 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Kevin Bryson (Warwick/Compuer Science) 
GeneWeaver: an agentbased system for genome analysis 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
12:15 pm 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Nigel Burroughs (Warwick/Mathematics) 
A word about MiMI 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
12:25 pm 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Mike Rudgyard (Warwick/Computer Science) 
A Software Environment for Parallel Simulation 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
12:35 pm 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Tim Atherton (Warwick/Computer Science) 
Visualisation of Microscopy 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
1:45 pm 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Paul Summers (London University) 
Velocity Vectors and Diffusion Tensors  MRI of Motion Fields 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
2:15 pm 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
John Pedan (Oxford University) 
The Human genome project: is it all over? 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
3:00 pm 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Stephen Jarvis (Warwick/Computer Science) 
Finding Secret Messages in DNA Microdots 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Abhir Bhalerao (Warwick/Computer Science) 
Structure and Function: Unwrapping flow fields 

Monday, 12 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room CS128 
MiMI  Computing in Medicine 
Stephen Jarvis/Abhir Bhalerao (Warwick/Computer Science) 
Comments and concluding remarks 

Tuesday, 13 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
ETDS 
Mariusz Urbanski (University of North Texas) 
sigma  finite invariant measures for the exponential family 

Thursday, 15 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
David Stuart (DAMTP, Cambridge) 
The Einstein equation and Geodesic motion of nontopological solitons 

Friday, 16 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
colloquium 
Nick Ercolani (University of Arizona) 
Monopoles and Baker funtions 

Thursday, 22 June, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room Room 26 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Gregory Eyink (University of Arizona) 
Selfsimilar turbulent decay of a passive scalar 

Friday, 23 June, 2000 
3:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Midlands Probability Seminar 
A.D. Wentzell 
Small random peturbations of dynamical systems with conversation laws 

Friday, 23 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Colloquium 
Gregory Eyink (University of Arizona) 
Turbulence and the inviscid limit of NavierStokes equation 

Tuesday, 27 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems 
Bernd Stratmann (University of St. Andrews) 
Geometric upper bounds for the exponent of convergence for convex cocompact Kleinian groups 

Thursday, 29 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Robin Bullough (UMIST) 
Quantum collapse of the breather solutions of the quantum sineGordon equation and other integrable systems in 1+1 dimensions at finite temperatures 

Friday, 30 June, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems Seminar 
V Oseledetc (Moscow) 
TBA 

Monday, 3 July, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems 
Yusuke Okayam (Kyoto) 
On rotation numbers of Siegel cycles of polynomials 

Tuesday, 4 July, 2000 
11:00 am 
Room tba 
Ring Theory Seminar 
tba 
Embeddings of Noetherian Rings into Artinian Rings, Primary Decomposition and the Stong Second Layer Condition. 

Tuesday, 4 July, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Riemannian Geometry 
Robert Berman (Warwick) 
Spin Bundles, Dirac Operator (continued) 

Tuesday, 4 July, 2000 
3:00 pm 
Room MI1 
Riemannian Geometry 
Mario Micallef (Warwick) 
Positive Isotropic Curvature (continued) 

Thursday, 6 July, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Applied and Computational Mathematics 
Gary Froyland (University of Paderborn) 
Extracting dynamical behaviour via Markov models 

Sunday, 9 July, 2000 


Symposium on Geometry and Topology 19992000 
J Jones, V Pidstrigatch & C Rourke (Organisers) 
14day Workshop on Geometry & Topology 

Monday, 17 July, 2000 


Geometry of Moduli Space 
M. Reid & I. Nakamura (Organisers) 
JapanBritain Research Project 2000 at Warwick  (17th July  12th August) 

Tuesday, 18 July, 2000 
12:50 pm 
Room GLT1 
MiMI  Immunological Memory and Tcell Population Dynamics 
H. van den Berg (University of Warwick) 
Welcome and Introduction 

Tuesday, 18 July, 2000 
1:00 pm 
Room GLT1 
MiMI  Immunological Memory and Tcell Population Dynamics 
E. Bell (University of Manchester) 
The nature of CD4 memory T cells 

Tuesday, 18 July, 2000 
1:50 pm 
Room GLT1 
MiMI  Immunological Memory and Tcell Population Dynamics 
D. Tough (Edward Jenner Institute, Newbury) 
Regulation of memory T cell turnover by cytokines 

Tuesday, 18 July, 2000 
2:40 pm 
Room GLT1 
MiMI  Immunological Memory and Tcell Population Dynamics 
M. Bailey (University of Bristol) 
Dynamic control of T cell populations in the intestine 

Tuesday, 18 July, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room GLT1 
MiMI  Immunological Memory and Tcell Population Dynamics 
M. Soares (Royal & Free University College Medical School, London) 
Replicative senescence in the control of human CD8 T cells 

Tuesday, 18 July, 2000 
4:45 pm 
Room GLT1 
MiMI  Immunological Memory and Tcell Population Dynamics 
C. Utzny (University of Warwick) 
T cell population dynamics determines memory pool stability 

Wednesday, 19 July, 2000 
1:00 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Nigel Burroughs (Warwick) 
Welcome 

Wednesday, 19 July, 2000 
1:10 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Jonathon Pines (Wellcome Trust CRC Institute) 
Getting in and out of mitosis 

Wednesday, 19 July, 2000 
2:10 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Kurt Kohn (National Cancer Institute, USA) 
Molecular interaction maps of cell regulatory networks. Issues in simulation studies of the mammalian cell cycle 

Wednesday, 19 July, 2000 
3:30 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
T Vincent Shankey (Loyola University Medical Centre, USA) 
Genetic and cell cycle heterogeneity in human solid tumors 

Wednesday, 19 July, 2000 
4:15 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
George D Wilson (Mount Vernon Hospital, Middlesex) 
Cell cycle checkpoint integrity and outcome of radiotherapy 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
9:00 am 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Simon Cook (The Babraham Institute, Cambridge) 
Regulation of Cell Growth and Cell Death by MAPK and SAPK pathways 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
9:00 am 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Doreen Cantrell (Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London) 
Interleukin 2 signal transduction 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
10:00 am 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Eric Lam (Imperial College School of Medicine) 
The role and regulation of the pRB pathway in B cell proliferation 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
10:00 am 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Sven Erickson (Cancer Center, Karolinska) 
Mechanisms of interferoninduced cell cycle arrest 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
11:00 am 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Bela Gyorffy (University of Budapest) 
Mathematical modelling  a tool to understand cell cycle control 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
11:00 am 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Attila CsikaszNagy (University of Budapest) 
Modelling mammalian cell cycle controls 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
11:15 am 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
HyunDong Chang (Deutsches Rheumaforschungszentrum DRFZ Berlin) 
Imprinting of, but not commitment to IL4 expression in primary activated Th cells is dependent on progression into the cell cycle 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
12:15 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Paul Coffer (University Medical Centre, Utrecht) 
A novel role for transcriptional regulation of p27KIP1 in cytokinemediated cell survival 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
12:15 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Nigel Burroughs (Warwick) 
Selection and growth regulation by IL2 competition 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Elita Avota (University of Wurzburg) 
Mechanisms of measlesvirus induced immunosuppression: effector structures and targets. 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Catherine Booth (Christie Hospital, Manchester) 
The proliferative organisation of the gastrointestinal epithellum 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
2:45 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Lindsay Spender (Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, London) 
Cell cycle control in Epstein Barr virus infection 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
2:45 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Jorge Carneiro (Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Portugal) 
Mathematical modelling and in vitro proliferation assays provide insights on the mechanism of linked suppression 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
3:45 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
David Shotton (Oxford University) 
Video analysis of the timing of apoptosis induced by cytotoxic T lymphocytes 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Carlos Rubbi (University of York) 
Functional nuclear compartments of the tumour suppressor p53 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
4:30 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Richard Faragher (University of Brighton) 
Cell senescence, why rates matter 

Thursday, 20 July, 2000 
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Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Holger Nathansen (Humboldt University, Berlin) 
Modelling of IL4 activation in Th2 cells 

Friday, 21 July, 2000 
10:00 am 
Room MI2 

S. Paycha (Clermont) 
Steps towards a renormalised geometry in infinite dimensions 

Friday, 21 July, 2000 
4:45 pm 
Room GLT 1 
MiMI Workshop Cell Cycle in Immunology and Pathology 
Lodewyk Wessels/Marcel Reinders (Delft University of Technology) 
Analyzing gene expression data 

Monday, 24 July, 2000 


Geometry and Analysis on Path Spaces and Related Fields 
K.D. Elworthy & J. Jones (Organisers) 
6 day Workshop (2429 July 2000) 

Monday, 24 July, 2000 


Quantisation 
John Rawnsley (Organiser) 
5 Day Workshop (2428 July 2000) 

Wednesday, 26 July, 2000 
3:45 pm 
Room MI2 

A. Sergeev (Steklov Institute) 
Vortices and Seiberg  Witten Equations 

Monday, 31 July, 2000 
10:15 am 
Room MI2 
Stochastic Analysis 
X. He (Warwick) 
A stochastic formulation of fluid vortices 

Monday, 31 July, 2000 
11:30 am 
Room MI2 
Stochastic Analysis 
H. Matsumoto (Nagoya) 
An analogue of Pitman's theorem for geometric Brownian motion and some anticipating transforms of drifts 

Monday, 31 July, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Stochastic Analysis 
A. Truman (Swansea) 
Singularities of Stochastic Burgers Equation 

Monday, 31 July, 2000 
4:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Stochastic Analysis 
Y. Belapolskaya (St. Petersburg) 
Nonlinear PDE's in Diffusion Theory 

Friday, 8 September, 2000 
2:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Hyperbolic Geometry Seminar 
Vladimir Markovic (Minnesota) 
Angle doubling, convex hull boundary and the Brennan conjecture 

Tuesday, 19 September, 2000 
3:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry Seminar 
V. Sedyhk (Moscow) 
Generalisation of the Bose Haupt formula 

Thursday, 21 September, 2000 
3:00 pm 
Room MI2 
Geometry 
I. Bogaevski (Moscow) 
Mather's Theory for Lagrange maps 

Thursday, 21 September, 2000 
3:05 pm 
Room MI2 
Singularity Theory/Algebraic Geometry Seminar 
Ilya Bogaevski (Moscow and Newton Institute) 
Mather theory for Lagrangian maps 
