LivMS Event:

A flyer advertising the event may be found here Woolley2014.pdf

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.

Thomas Woolley is an Oxford mathematician who specializes in mathematical modelling of biological systems. He also has a wide reputation as a speaker to schools and other young audiences and in other outreach activities to the community:

The Liverpool Mathematical Society is privileged to have Thomas come to talk to schools, teachers, undergraduates, other interested people.....
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