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Young Researchers in Mathematics 2017

created by tortorella on 31 May 2017

1 aug 2017 - 4 aug 2017

The University of Kent, Canterbury, UK

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We would like to invite all research postgraduate students, PhD students and postdocs within any mathematics discipline to attend the Young Researchers in Mathematics (YRM) conference 2017.

Registration will be open until June 30th 2017. Register here.

YRM is the UK's largest annual mathematics conference run for postgraduates by postgraduates, and this year it is being held at The University of Kent, Canterbury, UK (situated just an hour from London), from Tuesday 1st August to Friday 4th August. We have the pleasure to announce plenary talks alongside keynote talks from distinguished academics in diverse areas of mathematics, including algebraic topology, algebra, functional analysis, mathematical physics, number theory, integrable systems, mathematical modelling, group theory, geometry and topology. As well as the plenary and key note talks, we will also have a public talk given by Professor Paul Sutcliffe (Durham).

Everyone is welcome to attend, and we encourage every attendee to contribute a 20 minutes talk on their research and\or participate in the poster competition in the relaxed atmosphere of the conference. We are pleased to announce a discounted rate for attendees of the British Mathematical Colloquium, which took place in Durham this year, and we also have limited funds available to help with the travel costs of students travelling from Scottish universities to attend YRM 2017. For more information on this, as well as speakers, scheduling and how to register, please visit youngresearchersinmathematics.co.uk. You can also like YRM on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Please distribute this information to anyone you know that might be interested. Posters for the conference and public talk are attached that you can display in your department.

Best wishes,
Jocelyne Ishak (on behalf of the organising committee),
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science
University of Kent

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