LMS-CMI Research Schools

     

 

The London Mathematical Society and Clay Mathematics Institute Research Schools provide training for young researchers in a core area of mathematics. Students and post-docs can meet a number of leading experts in the topic as well as other young researchers working in related areas.

There will be two research schools in 2018 run in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute:

1. Homotopy Theory and Arithmetic Geometry: Motivic and Diophantine Equations, Imperial College, 9-13 July 2018.

2. New Trends in Analytic Number Theory, Exeter, 13-17 August 2018


There will also be an LMS Research School in 2018:

1. The Mathematics of Multiscale Biology, Nottingham, 2-6 July 2018


 

Homotopy Theory and Arithmetic Geometry: Motivic and Diophantine Aspects, Imperial College, 9-13 July 2018. 

Organisers: Frank Neumann (Leicester) and Ambrus Pal (Imperial College)

Lecture courses Cohomological methods in intersection theory. 

o      Lecturer: Denis-Charles Cisinski (University of Regensburg) 
Assistant: Christopher Lazda (University of Amsterdam)

•  Homotopical manifestations of rational points and algebraic cycles. 

o      Lecturer: Tomer Schlank (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) 
Assistant: Ambrus Pal (Imperial College London)

•   Arithmetic enrichments of curve counts.

o    Lecturer: Kirsten Wickelgren (Georgia Tech), 
Assistant: Frank Neumann (University of Leicester)

Guest lectures 

Ø  Paul Arne Østvær (University of Oslo),

Ø  Jon Pridham (University of Edinburgh)

Ø  Vesna Stojanovska (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Apply here by 9 April 2018. A reference is also required here.


New Trends in Analytic Number Theory, Exeter, 13-17 August 2018

Organiser: Julio Andrade (Exeter) and Brian Conrey (American Institute of Mathematics and University of Bristol)

Lecture Courses:

1. Professor Andrew Granville (UCL) 
Topic: Pretentiousness in Analytic Number Theory

2. Professor Steve Gonek (University of Rochester)
Topic: Topics in Classical Analytic Number Theory

3. Professor Jon Keating (University of Bristol) and Professor Zeev Rudnick (Tel-Aviv University)
Topic: Number Theory in Function Fields

4. Professor Trevor Wooley (University of Bristol)
Topic: Hardy and Littlewood Circle Method and Vinogradov's Mean Value Theorem

Guest Lectures

Chris Hughes (University of York)

James Maynard (University of Oxford)

Damaris Schindler (Utrecht University)

Caroline Turnage-Butterbaugh (Duke University)


Apply here by 14 May 2018 A reference is also required here.


There will also be an LMS Research School in 2018:

  Mathematics of Multiscale Biology, Nottingham, 2-6 July 2018

Lecture Courses:

(LS1) the mathematics of microscopic biological systems
(LS2) the mathematics of macroscopic biological systems
(LS3) mathematics across biological scales.

Guest Lectures:

“Multiscale organization of human genome”
Annick Lesne, Research Director,
Laboratoire de Physique Théorique (Paris) and Institut de Génétique Moléculaire (Montpellier), France.

“Addressing spatial disorder in multiscale physiological models”.
Oliver Jensen, Sir Horace Lamb Professor, University of Manchester. 

Apply here by 9 April 2018. A reference is also required here.


LMS Research Schools 2019

The Call for Proposals. is now open and the deadline is 9 March 2018.  Up to £20,000 is available for a LMS Research School which provides training for research students in all contemporary areas of mathematics.  More details and information on How To Apply available here.

 

Please contact Elizabeth Fisher (research.schools@lms.ac.uk) if you have any queries.