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School of Mathematics

Postgraduate Open Day

6 February, 2015
Come along and find out about postgraduate study opportunities on offer in the School.

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Explore. Choose. Grow.

Launched in September 2014 our Discovery Themes provide an opportunity to broaden your horizons.

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Forthcoming seminars

Full details can be found on our seminars page.

Mon 1st December, 3:00 PM
Leeds Algebra Seminar
Higher symmetries of the Laplacian and differential operators
Toby Stafford (University of Manchester)
Venue: MALL (Physics Research Deck)

Tue 2nd December, 12:00 PM
Leeds Applied Nonlinear Dynamics
Remote synchronization reveals network symmetries
Vincenzo Nicosia (Queen Mary University London)
Venue: MALL (Physics Research Deck)

Tue 2nd December, 3:30 PM
Yorkshire Functional Analysis Group
Random sampling and the invariant measure of the periodic KdV equation
Prof Gordon Blower (University of Lancaster)
Venue: Worsley Supervision Room 8.20K

Wed 3rd December, 12:00 PM
Mathematical Biology and Medicine
Environmental vs demographic variability in two-species predator-prey models
Ulrich Dobramysl (University of Oxford)
Venue: MALL (Physics Research Deck)

Wed 3rd December, 4:00 PM
Algebra, Logic and Algorithms
Forgetting and Uniform interpolation for Description Logics
Renate Schmidt (University of Manchester)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, Houldsworth Building (Engineering)

Thu 4th December, 4:00 PM
Fluids and MHD seminars
Swirling flow with radial inflow and its possible bearing on cold accretion disks
Rich Kerswell (Department of Mathematics, University of Bristol)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, 3.25 Civil Engineering

Thu 4th December, 4:00 PM
Pure Colloquium
From type theory and homotopy theory to Univalent Foundations of Mathematics
Nicola Gambino (University of Leeds)
Venue: MALL (Physics Research Deck)

Fri 5th December, 2:00 PM
Department of Statistics
Understanding the behaviour of large networks
Patrick J. Wolfe (University College London)
Venue: MALL (Physics Research Deck)

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New film portrayal of Alan Turing
Professor S Barry Cooper has an article in The Guardian which discusses Benedict Cumberbatch’s portrayal of mathematician Alan Turing in the new film The Imitation Game.

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Dr Harlen and Claire on the festival stand

Forecasting Environmental Change
Dr Jochen Voss and Professor Onno Bokhove have been successful in winning grants, worth £976k...

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Funded PhD places available
Up to 16 fully-funded four-year PhD studentships are available in the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Soft Matter and Functional Interfaces for October 2015.

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Amit Mehta Prize winner
Susannah Wixey, a 3rd year Maths student has been awarded the 2014 Amit Mehta Prize.

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