The banknote includes excerpts from Alan Turing’s article 'On computable numbers'
Alan Turing appears on new £50 banknote

The London Mathematical Society

Registration is now open for the British Mathematical Colloquium 2023. The early bird rate (until December 2022) is £75. BMC 2023 will be held at the University of Bath from Monday 3rd to…

Last year, the LMS released a joint statement with the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society highlighting…

We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty The Queen. 

On behalf of the London Mathematical Society community, we pay tribute to her devotion to public service and the…

Online, hosted by ICMS
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Zoom, hosted by the Society.
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University of Birmingham, Bramall Music Building
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Mathematical scientists across the UK in every walk of life will be able to find and network with potential research collaborators in a single online location.…

Join the London Mathematical Society and receive many benefits including full voting rights in our annual elections, use of our library at UCL and discounts on…

A survey on deformations, cohomologies and homotopies of relative Rota–Baxter Lie algebras
by Yunhe Sheng 
https://doi.org…

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Founded in 1865, the Proceedings is the flagship journal of the LMS.  Over its long history it has published many significant papers including those by Atiyah, Donaldson,…

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The LMS has gathered together a collection of papers published in the Society’s journals by winners …

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Welcome to De Morgan House Conference Facilities.

Located in Russell Square, central London we offer excellent transport links, an affordable pricing structure and contemporary facilities housed in a Grade II listed building.

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Frames of mind

These are extracts from the film “Thinking Space”. How do mathematicians think? This 60 minute documentary film features nine UK-based mathematicians offering insights into their mathematical thinking across a broad range of mathematical research fields.