Postgraduate Seminars

These seminars will take place on Thursdays at 5pm on an (almost) weekly basis in room 505 in the Mathematics Department (25 Gordon Street). Talks are being given by 2nd and 3rd year Mathematics PhD students for PhD students. They are generally followed by tea and biscuits in the Mathematics Department Staff Room.

Spring 2014

06 February 2014

Dimitrios Chatzakos

Title: From Diophantine equations to hyperbolic geometry

13 February 2014

Matthew Wright

Title: Cosmology: an introduction

20 February 2014

Stephen Muirhead

Title: The probabilistic method: Using probability to solve deterministic problems

27 February 2014

Nicola Tamanini

Title: The Dark Side of the Universe

06 March 2014

Olly Southwick

Title: So... what is fluids?

13 March 2014

Giancarlo Grasso

Title: Gin Spins Again: An introduction to Geophysical Fluid Dynamics

20 March 2014

Thomas Boiveau

Title: Computational mathematics & differential equations

27 March 2014

Samuel Brown

Title: Introduction to topology and groups

03 April 2014


10 April 2014

Jacopo Lanzoni

Title: Boundary Integral Equations in Scattering Theory

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