The aim of this colloquium is to consolidate the network among young 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 (25 minutes) talk. This includes students from the UK as well as abroad. The submission deadline is the 15th of March. Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is a pleasure to have the following as invited speakers:
The list of participants is also available.
The schedule will appear in due course.
Registrations will open in early 2019.
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||Ars 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. There is currently no hearing assistance system installed in the lecture theatres. For more information on the individual buildings, see:
- Watson building (lecture theatres A & C)
- Strathcona building (lecture theatres 2 & 3)
- Arts building (Mason lounge)
Karoline van Gemst.