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Revisiting turbulence with statistical mechanics
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Professor Steven Tobias joins $4m research project investigating ‘last great problem of classical physics’
A $4 million (£3.3m) targeted grant has been awarded by the Simons…More on Professor Steven Tobias joins $4m research project investigating ‘last great problem of classical physics’
An undergraduate student from the School of Mathematics has won a prize at a…More on Medal for undergrad Oscar Hidalgo at prestigious international competition
Diego Lobos Maturana, Universidad de Talca. Part of the algebra seminar series.
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María Cumplido, Herriot-Watt University. Part of the algebra seminar series.
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Mark Kambites, University of Manchester. Part of the Algebra, Logic, and Algorithms Seminar Series.
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