A Mexican wave in a football stadium, a heartbeat, the motion of slime mould, and oxidation wave in certain chemical reactions are all examples of excitable waves.
We’re very pleased to welcome Professor Paul Sutcliffe from Durham University as our guest speaker at the SMSAS Public Lecture on 15 January 2020. His talk will describe the mathematical modelling of excitable waves and how this can be used to understand some unusual wave patterns created recently in chemical experiments that produce a happy reaction.
When: Wednesday 15 January 2020, 18.00 -19.00
Where: Sibson Lecture Theatre 3
To book your free place please do so via Eventbrite