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The MegaMenger build starts today!

Throughout this week a Mega Menger Sponge is being built in the Conference Auditorium using 50,000 business cards.

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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.

Tue 21st October, 12:00 PM
Danica V. Greetham (University of Reading)
On the radius of centrality in evolving networks

Tue 21st October, 4:00 PM
Professor Ben Green (University of Oxford)
Points and lines

Wed 22nd October, 2:00 PM
Jaime Gabbay
What sequent quantifier rules tell us about nominal semantics for logic

Wed 22nd October, 4:00 PM
Murdoch Gabbay (Heriot Watt University)
Consistency of Quine's NF using nominal techniques

Thu 23rd October, 2:00 PM
Michela Ottobre (Edinburgh)
Diffusion limit for Random Walk Metropolis algorithm out of stationarity

Thu 23rd October, 4:00 PM
Chris Jones (School of Mathematics, University of Leeds)
Compressible Taylor-Couette flow

Fri 24th October, 2:10 PM
David A. van Dyk (Imperial College London)
Big Data and Complex Modeling Challenges in Astronomy and Solar Physics

Fri 24th October, 4:00 PM
Charles Young (University o f Hertfordshire)
Cyclotomic Gaudin models: construction and Bethe ansatz

Mon 27th October, 3:00 PM
John Enyang (City University London)
To be confirmed.


Latest news

Leeds embarks on biggest ever academic recruitment drive
250 new opportunities for academic researchers are offered across the University. Find out more ›

Mathematics at Leeds ranked in the World's top 100
Our excellence recognised in the prestigious QS World University Rankings for 2014


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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