LMS South West and South Wales Regional Meeting and Workshops
Algebraic Structures and Quantum Physics
3.00 - 6.00 pm
Keynote Speakers (13 December 2017)
Prof. Shahn Majid (Queen Mary, London)
Braided algebra and dual bases on quantum groups
Dr Ingo Runkel (Hamburg)
Categorification and field theory
6.00 pm Wine reception
7.00 pm Dinner at Venue tbc
For further details, please visit https://www.lqp2.org/lms17
Registration: If you are interested to attend this meeting, please write an email with your name, affiliation and travel dates to one of the organisers (see below). There are funds available to contribute in part to the expenses of members of the Society or research students to attend the meeting and workshop. Requests for support, including an estimate of expenses, may be addressed to the organisers.
Dinner Registration: The cost of the dinner will be approximately £40, including drinks. To reserve a place at the dinner, please email one of the organisers (see below).
There will be a Graduate Student Meeting in the morning before the Regional Meeting. In the Graduate Meeting, there will be two lectures introducing the topics of the talks of the regional meeting to a general mathematical audience. Furthermore, PhD students have the opportunity to give talks about their PhD projects. We are still looking for people interested to speak (depending on the number of talks, duration will be between 20 and 30 minutes). There are funds available to support your travel/accommodation. For funding, preference will be given to those students that give talks, but likely we will also have some funds to support participants.
If you are interested to give such a talk, or simply to participate, please write an email to one of the organisers (see below).
- Chris Fewster (York)
- Veronique Fisher (Bath)
- Christian Korff (Glasgow)
- Pieter Naaijkens (Aachen)
- Ulrich Pennig (Cardiff)
- Ko Sanders (Dublin)
- Anne Taormina (Durham)
- Michael Tuite (Galway)
More information is available at https://www.lqp2.org/lms17
Supported by the London Mathematical Society