LMS South Wales & South West Regional Meeting

Meeting Date: 
Monday, 17 December, 2018 - 18
Meeting Time: 
Keith Ball (University of Warwick) Min Lee (University of Bristol) Jens Marklof (University of Bristol)

LMS South West & South Wales Regional Meeting & Workshop 2018

The lectures are aimed at a general mathematical audience. All interested, whether LMS members or not, are most welcome to attend this event.

This day meeting takes place during the LMS Workshop on Number Theory and Function Fields at the Crossroads from 17-20 December 2018


2.00 pm Opening of the meeting

2.15 pm  Keith Ball (University of Warwick)

Rational approximations to the zeta function

3.15 pm  Min Lee (University of Bristol)

Applications of trace formulas for GL(2)

4.15 pm  Tea/Coffee

4.45 pm Jens Marklof (University of Bristol)

Chaos and randomness modulo one:

the interplay of number theory and dynamical systems 

5.45 pm  Wine Reception

7.30 pm   Dinner at Queens Court Hotel, Exeter

Regisration: For further details and to register and to reserve a place at the dinner, please visit http://julioandrade.weebly.com/number-theory-and-function-fields-2018.html The cost of the dinner will be approximately £35, including drinks.

Travel Funding for Research Students and LMS Members: There are funds available to contribute in part to the expenses of members of the London Mathematical Society or research students registered at UK universities to attend the meeting and workshop. Requests for support, including an estimate of expenses, as well as all queries about the two events may be addressed to the organisers: Julio Andrade and Nigel Byott


University of Exeter
Harrison Building
North Park Road

The talks on the 17th December will be at the Lecture Room 004 at the Ground Floor of the Harrison Building. The talks for all the other days will be held at the Lecture Room H103 at the First Floor of the Harrison Building. 

The venue for the meeting is the number 23 in the campus map.

Further Details: http://julioandrade.weebly.com/number-theory-and-function-fields-2018.html