Microscopic Models of Plastic Evolution

17–18 September 2007

Organisers: Florian Theil and Tim Sullivan (Warwick Mathematics Institute)

f.theil@warwick.ac.uk // t.j.sullivan@warwick.ac.uk

Register online at the Mathematics Research Centre


Monday 17 September 2007

Tuesday 18 September 2007

All talks will take place in room MS.03 of the Warwick Mathematics Institute (Zeeman Building) on the Central Campus of Warwick University.

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The workshop will be held in the Warwick Mathematics Institute (Zeeman Building) on the Central Campus of Warwick University. A map of the Central campus can be found here (web-page) and here (PDF document); the Institute is building #35 on both maps.

All talks will be held in room MS.03. The entrance to MS.03 is located on the second floor balcony overlooking the main atrium of the Institute.

Registration will take place from 1000 on the morning of Monday 17 September 2007 at the offices of the Mathematics Research Centre (MRC) on the first floor of the Institute. The Mathematics Common Room is also located on the first floor of the Institute, immediately opposite the MRC.

The dinner on the evening of Monday 17 September 2007 will be held at Harringtons on the Hill in the nearby town of Kenilworth. Directions to the restaurant can be found using, for example, Google Maps.


For further information, contact Florian Theil, Tim Sullivan or the Mathematics Research Centre.


The nearest main-line railway station is Coventry; less frequent local trains serve Canley, which is slightly closer. National Rail Enquiries offers timetable information and the facility to purchase tickets.

The nearest major airport is Birmingham International Airport (BHX), which is approximately 20 minutes away from Warwick campus by taxi. Coventry Airport (CVT) is closer to campus, but is much smaller and offers a more limited service.

Directions for driving to Warwick campus can be found here. A large multi-storey car park, Car Park 15, is located just north-west of the Institute (immediately north of building #26 on the map).

Online Registration

All participants are encouraged to register online with the MRC. This creates an electronic record of your visit to Warwick and will help the MRC staff in making any necessary arrangements for your visit.

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Speakers and Abstracts

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