This event has finished Took place on: Tuesday, 13th Dec 2016
This year's Christmas lecture will be delivered by Dr Thomas E. Woolley of the Wolfson Centre for Mathematical Biology, Oxford University.
Diffusion of the Dead
Knowing how long we have before we interact with a zombie could mean the difference between life, death and zombification. Here, we apply the same mathematical models to zombies that you would use to describe flu, or measles. We use this model to derive exact and approximate interaction times and use these to develop strategies which allow the human race to survive impending doom.
As always everyone is welcome but please book your places as space is limited.
Cost: Free of Charge
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Reserve tickets at this websiteEurope/London Mathematics Christmas Lecture: Thomas Woolley, "Diffusion of the Dead" Knowing how long we have before we interact with a zombie could mean the difference between life, death and zombification. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2016/12/13/mathematics-christmas-lecture-thomas-woolley-diffusion-of-the-dead-119059 Middlesex University London,The Burroughs,,London