Workshop on Differential-Delay Equations: theory and applications

University College London, 26 – 27 February 2014

Organiser: Rod Halburd


  • Stephen A. Gourley (University of Surrey)
  • Peter Grindrod (University of Oxford)
  • Benoit Huard (Northumbria University)
  • Risto Korhonen (University of Eastern Finland)
  • Yuliya Kyrychko (University of Sussex)
  • Jaume Llibre (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
  • Andrew Pickering (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos)
  • Gábor Stépán (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
  • Robert Szalai (University of Bristol)
  • Sjoerd Verduyn Lunel (Utrecht University)


    If you are thinking about attending this meeting, please contact me so that I can add you to the mailing list and to help me make the necessary room and catering arrangements.


    Preliminary programme


    Talks on Wednesday 26 February will be in Room D103 at 25 Gordon Street (which also houses the Department of Mathematics and the Students' Union).
    Talks on Thursday 27 February will be in Conference Suite 3, 188 Tottenham Court Road.
    See the map.

    Arrival information

    You might want to consult the Tube map. If you plan to use the tube a lot (on this or subsequent trips), it is probably worth buying an Oyster card.
    If you arrive at Heathrow, take the Piccadilly Line to Russell Square for the Imperial Hotel or change at King's Cross/St Pancras to the Circle, Hammersmith & City or Metropolitan Line for one stop to Euston Square for 25 Gordon Street (Wednesday's venue). Either journey from Heathrow takes about an hour. It's not worth taking the more expensive Heathrow Express as you will lose time (and possibly the will to live) trying to work out how to change at Paddington.


    Most participants will be staying at the Imperial Hotel. There are many other convenient hotels near UCL including the Crescent Hotel. See also the Imperial Hotels website.
    If you are using a search engine, use the postcode WC1E 6BT.

    These workshops are supported by
    The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council