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Localised pattern formation

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The Mathematics of Liquid Crystals

Pattern-forming (Turing) instabilities are observed sometimes to generate patches of periodic structure rather than domain-filling patterns. I will present physical examples and toy model PDEs, and outline the bifurcation theory that provides an explanation for this, at least in one spatial dimension.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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