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11th March 2015
09:30 to 10:00 Registration, Tea and Coffee
10:00 to 10:10 Welcome and Introduction Philippa Hemmings (EPSRC - Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council)
10:10 to 10:40 Mathematics and Public Policy: the Case of Future Cities Alan Wilson (The Alan Turing Institute)
10:40 to 11:05 Mathematical Models for Transport Systems: New Opportunities with Data and the Wider Planning and Policy Perspectives Eddie Wilson (University of Bristol)
11:05 to 11:30 Cities, Roads, Cars, Traffic - The Future Kulveer Ranger (Cities & Transport, ATOS, Europe)
11:30 to 11:45 Tea and Coffee
11:45 to 12:10 STEM and Future Transport Systems Miles Elsden (Department for Transport)
12:10 to 13:10 Break-out Groups / Discussion Frank Kelly (University of Cambridge)
13:10 to 14:00 Lunch
14:00 to 14:10 Adaptation to Climate Change Charles Kennel (Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
14:10 to 14:35 Maths for Policy and Planning - Reflections on 5 years in the Department of Engery and Climate Change David MacKay (University of Cambridge)
14:35 to 15:00 Variability and Uncertainty in Energy Systems Chris Dent (University of Edinburgh), (The Alan Turing Institute)
15:00 to 15:25 How and Why Mathematical Models are Important for the Department of Energy and Climate Change Alec Waterhouse (BEIS - Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy)
15:25 to 15:40 Tea and Coffee
15:40 to 16:40 Session 3: Break-out session / Discussion Brian Collins (University College London)
16:40 to 17:15 Closing Remarks / Panel Discussion Brian Collins (University College London)
17:15 to 17:45 Tea and Coffee