This knowledge exchange event will showcase the state of the art application of complex analysis methods to solve industrial driven problems, as well as where mathematical advances in this area are most needed. Another key aim is to identify techniques most commonly used by end-users and where further improvements would be most beneficial. This will help focus the areas of investigation undertaken in the remainder of the research programme.
The programme for the day reflects the breadth of application areas where complex analysis methods are important and will include talks representing both academic research and end-user perspectives from a range of different industrial areas. These will also highlight recent how complex analysis methods have the potential to tackle challenging problems in a number of areas including understanding of aeroacoustics, medical imaging methods, tissue engineering approaches and radar signal processing. Furthermore, the increasing difficulty of many problems in these fields will help inform the agenda for complex analysis research.
This event will be held at the Isaac Newton Institute on Wednesday 30th October. For further information and to register please visit the event website.