The aim of this colloquium is to consolidate the network among early career researchers and postgraduate students from all across the country, especially in the branches of mathematics studied in our school — algebra, analysis, combinatorics, applied mathematics and optimisation. The event will be divided into two parallel sessions (pure maths, and applied maths and optimisation), each of them with plenary talks and short postgraduate talks spread throughout the day.
Call for abstracts
Postgraduate students working in any field of mathematics are encouraged to submit an abstract for a short talk (20 minutes + questions). This includes students from the UK as well as abroad. The submission deadline is the 15th of March.
Guidelines for abstract submission: Please send the title and abstract for your talk as either a TeX file or, if there are no formulas or mathematical symbols, in the body of your email. Please try to limit your abstract to 1000 characters or less. Literature references will not be included in the book of abstracts. Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will let you know whether your talk has been accepted within a week of the submission deadline.
It is a pleasure to have the following as invited speakers:
Click here for the list of participants.
|Time||Pure Maths||Applied Maths|
|09:30 - 10:00||REGISTRATION||REGISTRATION|
|10:00 - 10:50||Scott Harper
Group Generation Through the Generations
Locomotion at low Reynolds numbers
|10:50 - 11:15||COFFEE BREAK||COFFEE BREAK|
|11:15 - 12:10||SHORT TALKS||SHORT TALKS|
|12:10 - 13:40||LUNCH||LUNCH|
|13:40 - 14:30||Katherine Staden
PDE-Constrained Optimization for Scientific Processes: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Methods
|14:30 - 15:20||David Beltran
Regularity of maximal functions
Polygonal meshes: a new frontier for finite element methods?
|15:20 - 15:45||COFFEE BREAK||COFFEE BREAK|
|15:45 - 17:40||SHORT TALKS||SHORT TALKS|
|Conference dinner in the evening (19:00).|
The schedule for the contributed talks and the book of abstracts can be found here.
The dinner will be atCafé Rouge,
172-176 Wharfside St,
Birmingham B1 1RN
The registration period is over.
The colloquium will take place at the University of Birmingham, about 2 miles away from the city centre. Directions to the university can be found on its main website here. The School of Mathematics is based in Watson Building (R15 on the map).
|The ...||will be held in ...|
|Reception||Watson building (R15)||Ground floor|
|Seminars||Watson building||Lecture theatres A & C|
|Strathcona building (R18)||Lecture theatres 2 & 3|
|Coffee breaks||Arts Building (R16)||Mason Lounge, ground floor|
Participants are invited to make their own accommodation arrangements.
We list a few possible alternatives.
We are working to make the Young Mathematicians Colloquium accessible to everyone. All lecture theatres as well as the Mason Lounge are on ground level. Infra-red hearing assistance systems are installed in the lecture theatres. Please inform us ahead of time if you would like to use these and we will supply you with an infra-red receiver on the day of the conference.For more information on the individual buildings, see:
- Watson building (lecture theatres A & C)
- Strathcona building (lecture theatres 2 & 3)
- Arts building (Mason lounge)
on AccessAble.co.uk . Note that the above websites falsely state that there is not a hearing assistance system installed.
Please see the annotated campus map for accessible paths between the buildings. There is also a Campus mobility map which highlights disabled parking. If you have any questions or requirements not addressed here, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
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