- LMS Prospects in Mathematics Meetings
- LMS Prospects in Mathematics Meeting 2021
- Calls for Expressions to Host Future LMS Prospects in Mathematics Meetings
- Previous LMS Prospects in Mathematics Meetings.
The meeting will feature a range of speakers from a wide range of mathematical fields across the UK who will discuss their current research and what opportunities are available to students.
The tentative schedule is as follows:
Thu 9th September
10:10-10:25 LMS presentation
10:30-11:00 Radha Kessar (City) - Algebra
11:10-11:40 Dmitry Korshunov (Lancaster) - Probability
11:45-12:15 Mark Blyth (UEA) - Mathematical Biology
12:15-13:00 gather.town coffee/chat (talk to speakers/students, post questions for supervisor panel)
14:00-14:30 Erica Tyson (IMA) - PhD careers in industry
14:35-15:05 Sara Lombardo (Loughborough) - Nonlinear Systems
15:15-15:45 Surajit Ray (Glasgow) - Statistics
15:50-16:20 Tim Dokchitser (Bristol) - Number Theory
16:20-17:00 gather.town coffee/chat (talk to speakers/students)
17:00-17:45 supervisor panel
17:45-> gather.town social
Fri 10th September
10:00-10:30 Nicola Gambino (Leeds) - Logic
10:35-11:05 Frances Kirwan (Oxford) - Geometry
11:15-11:45 Peter Topping (Warwick) - Analysis
11:50-12:20 Sarah Whitehouse (Sheffield) - Topology
12:20-13:00 gather.town coffee/chat (talk to speakers/students, post questions for student panel)
14:00-14:45 student panel
14:55-15:25 Tri-Dung Nguyen (Southampton) - Operations Research
15:30-16:00 Francoise Tisseur (Manchester) - Numerical Analysis
16:00-16:30 gather.town coffee/chat
16:30-17:00 Angela Mihai (Cardiff) - Continuum Mechanics
17:05-17:35 Paul Sutcliffe (Durham) - Mathematical Physics
17:35-18:00 gather.town discussion
Further details and how to register will be available soon.
2022 LMS Prospects in Mathematics Meeting: Call for Expressions of Interest to Host are now closed and the deadline was 1 March 2021
- Confirmation of support from the department
- Reasons for wanting to host the LMS Prospects in Mathematics Meeting
- A provisional list of speakers should be included. Speakers should be representative of the UK research landscape both in geographical terms and in scientific terms.
- Speakers from under-represented groups should be included and women speakers should account for at least 40% of the invited speakers.
- Confirmation that prospective organisers have read and understood the terms and conditions in the Guidelines for Organisers
- The Early Career Research Committee is interested in innovative approaches to the LMS Prospects in Mathematics Meeting.