Postponed LMS Northern Regional Meeting, Manchester

University of Manchester
Start Date: 
Monday 7th September, 2020
Meeting Time: 

LMS Northern Regional Meeting & Workshop 2020

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.

In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Regional Meeting & Workshop has been to be postponed until 6 September 2021.


  • Speakers (acceptances to date): Lidia Angeleri-Hugel (Verona), Jenny August (MPI Bonn), Ulrich Bauer (TUM), Karin Baur (Leeds), Raphael Bennet-Tennenhaus (Leeds), Igor Burban (Paderborn), Ben Davison (Edinburgh), Harm Derksen (Michigan), Karin Erdmann (Oxford), Pavel Etingof (MIT), Victor Ginzburg (Chicago), Wassilij Gnedin (Bochum), Tamas Hausel (IST Austria), Andrew Hubery (Bielefeld), Gustavo Jasso (MPI Bonn), Bernhard Keller (Paris VII), Alastair King (Bath), Julian Kulshammer (Uppsala), Rosanna Laking (Verona), Hiroyuki Minamoto (Osaka), Amnon Neeman (ANU), Pierre-Guy Plamondon (Paris Sud), Jan Schroer (Bonn), Sibylle Schroll (Leicester), Spela Spenko (VUB), Michel Van den Bergh (Hasselt) Details of the programme and schedule will be added in due course.

    Regisration: Please register for your place by contacting the organisers.

    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.

    Location and Further Details: Available here:

    Supported by the London Mathematical Society, by EPSRC Programme Grant EP/R034826/1, by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in the framework of an Alexander von Humboldt Professorship, by the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research and organised in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute.