LMS Research Schools with support from the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research (HIMR) and UKRI


The London Mathematical Society Research Schools provide training for research students in all contemporary areas of mathematics. Students and post-docs from both the UK and abroad can meet a number of leading international experts in the topic as well as other early career researchers working in related areas.
The LMS Research Schools take place in the UK and support participation of research students from both the UK and abroad. The lecturers are expected to be international leaders in their field.  The LMS Research Schools are often partially funded by the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research.  

 Upcoming LMS Research Schools in 2024 

08-12 July 2024 - Combinatorial representation theory and diagrammatic categorification, University of York (Organisers: Dr Jonathan Gruber (York), Dr Amit Hazi (York) and Dr Chris Bowman-Scargill (York))

Main Lecture Courses Speaker Institution
Diagrammatic Kazhdan-Lusztig theory Maud De Visscher City, University of
Quiver Hecke algebras and RoCK blocks of symmetric groups Rob Muth University of Duquesne
Analytic theory of monoidal categories Dani Tubbenhauer University of Sydney
Plenary Talks Speaker Institution
Modular representation theory Stephen Donkin University of York
TBC Catharina Stroppel University of Bonn


22-26 July 2024 - Bridging PDE and Geometric Flows, Cardiff University (Organisers: Ms Prachi Sahjwani (Cardiff) and Professor Dr. Julian Scheuer (Goethe, Frankfurt))

Main Lecture Courses Speaker Institution
Curvature flows Dr. Alessandra Pluda University of Pisa
Fully nonlinear PDE Dr. Ben Lambert University of Leeds
Applications to Convex Geometry Prof Mohammad N Ivaki TU Vienna


22-26 July 2024 - AGGITATE 2024, University of Essex (Organisers: Dr Jesus Martinez-Garcia (Essex) and Dr Anne-Sophie Kaloghiros (Brunel))

Main Lecture Courses Speaker Institution
Wall Crossings for Moduli Spaces of Varieties Kristin DeVleming UMass Amherst
(Supporting lecturer and tutorial sessions lead for Kristin DeVleming) Liana Heuberger  
Non-reductive Geometric Invariant Theory Victoria Hoskins Radboud University Nijmegen
(Supporting lecturer and tutorial sessions lead for Victoria Hoskins) Eloise Hamilton  
K-moduli of Fano Varieties Chenyang Xu Princeton University
(Supporting lecturer and tutorial sessions lead for Chengyang Xu) Chuyu Zhou  
Plenary Talks Speaker Institution
Geometric Invariant Theory and Good Moduli Spaces Jarod Alper University of Washington
The Call for Applications for Research Schools is now closed.
Information for Applicants
How to Apply:
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Before completing the application form, please read the 'Notes for Applicants'.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss their ideas for Research Schools with the Chair of the Early Career Research Committee, Professor Jelena Grbic (research.schools@lms.ac.uk).
Applications should be submitted to the Research Schools Administrator: research.schools@lms.ac.uk.

Clay Mathematics Institute Enhancement and Partnership Program

To extend the international reach of the Research School, prospective organisers may also wish to consider applying to the Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI) for additional funding under the CMI’s Enhancement and Partnership Program. Further information about this program can be found here. Prospective organisers are advised to discuss applications to this program as early as possible by contacting the CMI President, Martin Bridson (president@claymath.orgPlease note, as a condition of the Enhancement and Partnership Program, the event must already be viable without this funding; it is for enhancement only.


“Mathematically – The Research School gave an excellent foundation to advanced concepts as someone early in their PhD, detailed and engaging lectures condensed into a programme unseen anywhere else. The PS Workshop gave insight into current work and contextualised a lot of the discussions on o-minimality in the weeks prior/post. Socially – The conference was a triumph in my opinion before considering the content of the sessions themselves, as the coming together of multiple generations of model theorists from around the world was such a fantastic opportunity to network and form bonds with people whose work I may have otherwise been unaware of, and to share conversations with other researchers from our relatively niche field”. - Unimod 2022 (Leeds)