- EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS' MEETING
- [Present address: Physics Department, Building 309, Danish Technical University, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark (e-mail: martin.a.bees@fysik.dtu.dk)
- Persistence of cluster synchronization under the influence of advection Emma Guirey,1,*,
- EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS' MEETING: Tues 22 Thurs 24 May 2007
- Ecological Modelling 193 (2006) 543559 The role of time delays in a non-autonomous hostparasitoid
- EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS' MEETING
- On the bifurcation of species M. A. Bees,1,a
- All talks will be in lecture theatre 325 (Maths Building, first floor) Tea breaks & the poster session are in the common room (down steps from foyer)
- J. Fluid Mech., page 1 of 46 c Cambridge University Press 2011 doi:10.1017/jfm.2011.100
- EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS' MEETING
- The luminanceresponse function of the human photopic electroretinogram: A mathematical model
- Pattern Formation in the Methylene-Blue-Glucose System A. J. Pons, F. Sagues, M. A. Bees, and P. Graae Srensen*,|
- Applied Scientific Research 59: 141158, 1998. 1998 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands.
- The orientation of swimming bi-flagellates in shear Stephen O'Malley1
- Many swimming micro-organisms are bottom-heavy and so, although their swimming directions are fairly random, they
- J. Math. Biol. (1998) 36: 269--298 Analytical approximations for the orientation
- Chemoconvection patterns in the methylene-blueglucose system: Weakly nonlinear analysis A. J. Pons* and F. Sagus
- Unexpected Bipolar Flagellar Arrangements and Long-Range Flows Driven by Bacteria near Solid Boundaries
- Chemoconvection: A chemically driven hydrodynamic instability M. A. Beesa)
- EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS' MEETING: Tues 10 Thurs 12 May 2005
- Quantitative Analysis of Chemoconvection Patterns in the Methylene-Blue-Glucose System A. J. Pons,*, F. Sagues, M. A. Bees, and P. G. Srensen|
- Generic dynamics of a simple plankton population model with a non-integer exponent of closure
- Available online at http://www.idealibrary.com on doi:10.1006/bulm.2002.0287
- Linear bioconvection in a suspension of randomly swimming, gyrotactic micro-organisms
- Taylor dispersion of gyrotactic swimming micro-organisms in a linear flow Department of Mathematics, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QW, United Kingdom
- doi: 10.1098/rspa.2009.0606 published online 10 February 2010Proc. R. Soc. A
- Sheared bioconvection in a horizontal tube This article has been downloaded from IOPscience. Please scroll down to see the full text article.
- IMACS Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 44(6): 527{544 (1998)
- Received 21 October 2002 Accepted 3 December 2002
- Synthetizing hydrodynamic turbulence from noise: Formalism and applications to Plankton
- doi:10.1016/j.bulm.2004.05.006 Bulletin of Mathematical Biology (2004) 66, 19091931
- Bulletin of Mathematical Biology (2007) DOI 10.1007/s11538-006-9180-y
- Cluster synchronisation: A mechanism for plankton patchiness and a simulation pitfall
- Nonlinear chemoconvection in the methylene-blueglucose system: Two-dimensional shallow layers
- Journal of Biological Systems, c World Scienti c Publishing Company
- Ecological Modelling 162 (2003) 177198 Delay dynamics of the slug Deroceras reticulatum,
- Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences Vol. 16, No. 12 (2006) 19611985
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- J. Math. Biol. (2000) 40: 27}63 The interaction of thin-5lm 6ow, bacterial
- EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS' MEETING: Tues 16 Thurs 18 May 2006
- Plankton lattices and the role of chaos in plankton patchiness R. M. Hillary*
- INTRODUCTION The term `bioconvection' was coined by Platt to describe self-