Inaugural Lectures

Name Details Title
Prof K Page
Wednesday 8th February 2017
4:00pm in Room 505

The natural world through the eyes of a mathematician: patterning, randomness and evolution
Prof A Granville
Wednesday 10th February 2016
4:00pm in Room 505

The pretentious approach to analytic number theory
Prof A Yafaev
Wednesday 25th November 2015
4:00pm in Room 505
What makes something special?
Prof J G Esler
Wednesday 11th February 2015
4:00pm in Room 505
Chaos in flatland: a fresh look at decaying two-dimensional turbulence
Prof E Burman
Wednesday 19th November 2014
4:00pm in Room 505
Prophecy, prediction, approximation and computation
Prof M Singer
Wednesday 5th March 2014
4:30pm in Room 505

The aesthetics of shape
Prof R Halburd
Wednesday 13th March 2013
4:30pm in Room 505
Detecting integrability: singularities, solvability and solitons
Prof V Smyshlyaev Wednesday 7th March 2012
4:30pm in Room 505
Living in a multi-scale world (and making a mathematical sense of it)
Prof W Shaw Wednesday 26th October 2011
4:00pm in Roberts 508
Risky Business
Prof A Zaikin Wednesday 9th March 2011
4:30pm in Roberts G08, Sir David Davies LT
Systems Medicine: dealing with complexity
Prof L Parnovski Wednesday 24th November 2010
4.30pm in Room 505
Periodic, almost periodic, and not periodic at all problems
Prof A Sokal Wednesday 10th March 2010
4.30pm in Room 505
Between combinatorics and analysis (with a little help from statistical physics)
Prof A Sobolev Wednesday 18th November 2009
4.30pm in Room 505
Periodicity at work
Prof Y Kurylev Wednesday 7th October 2009
4.30pm in Room 505
Inverse Problems and Beyond
Prof Minhyong Kim Wednesday 21st January 2009
4.30pm in Room 505
On numbers and figures
Prof N Robb McDonald Wednesday 12th November 2008
4.30pm in Room 505
Some applications of vorticity dynamics
Prof Jean-Marc Vanden-Broeck Wednesday 8th October 2008
4.30pm in Room 505
Searching for new waves