Society Meetings

LMS Society Meetings

The LMS runs an annual programme of Society Meetings, including the three regional meetings (Midlands, Northern, South West and South Wales), the Society Meeting held at the annual BMC and the General Meetings held in London. The Society, Lectures and Meetings Committee oversees the meetings, with the exception of the Mary Cartwright Lecture, for which the Women in Mathematics Committee selects the speakers.

Formal business of the Society takes place at the beginning of the meeting, including the opportunity for members to sign the Members' Book, which has been in use since 1865.

Members and non members are welcome to attend the meetings.


 Forthcoming meetings

Date Location Meeting Speaker(s)

12 October 2017

De Morgan House, 57-58 Russell Square, London

Joint Meeting with the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA)

  • Evelyne Hubert (INRIA Méditerranée)
  • Kurusch Ebrahimi-Fard (Trondheim)
  • Peter Neumann (Oxford)
  • Gloria Marí Beffa (U Wisconsin-Madison)
  • Darryl Holm (Imperial)

10 November 2017


Annual General Meeting

 Presidential Address:

  • Simon Tavaré (Cambridge)

 Accompanying Speaker:

  • Zoubin Ghahramani  (Cambridge).

10 November 2017


Graduate Student Meeting

  •  Ioanna Manolopoulou (Statistics,  UCL)
  •  Hao Ni (Maths, UCL) 

13 December 2017


South West and South Wales Regional Meeting

  • Shahn Majid (Queen Mary, London)

Braided algebra and dual bases of quantum groups

  • Ingo Runkel (Hamburg) 

Categorification and field theory.


Further details of future meetings to follow.

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Prospective Organisers of Regional Meetings and Workshops

If you are interested in organsing a Regional Meeting and Workshop, please contact your Regional Representative in the first instance. (Northern - Mike Prest (Manchester), Midlands - Chris Parker (Birmingham) or South West & South Wales Tomasz Brzezinski (Swansea)). 

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Current Organisers of Regional Meetings and Workshops

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