The meetings bring together mathematical physicists based in and around the South East of England, supported by a London Mathematical Society Joint Research Groups grant. A particular aim is to integrate our doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers and visitors into the wider community.
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Speakers: Lorenzo Bianchi (Queen Mary), Roland Bittleston (Cambridge), Heeyeon Kim (Oxford) and Dan Thompson (Swansea)
Speakers: Benjamin Doyon (King's College London), Cecilia de Fazio (City), Itak Jeon (King's College London), Eoardo Lauria (Durham) and Martin Wolf (Surrey)
Speakers: Chris Beem (Oxford), Andrea Cavaglia (King's College), Simon Nakach (Imperial), Clelia Pech (Kent) and Charles Strickland-Constable (Hertfordshire)
Speakers: Xenia de la Ossa (Oxford), Tom Frith (City), Jason Myers (King's College), Menika Sharma (City), Anne Taormina (Durham) and Yuri van Nieuwkerk (Oxford)
Speakers: Louise Anderson (Imperial College), Ines Aniceto (Jagiellonian), Roberto Sisca (Surrey), Gerard Watts (King's College London) and Charles Young (Hertfordshire)
Speakers: Clare Dunning (Kent), Istvan Szecsenyi (City), Alessandro Torrielli (Surrey) and Tom Winyard (Leeds)
Speakers: Mario Collura (Oxford), Juan P Garrahan (Nottingham) and Eva-Maria Graefe (Imperial)
Held on second day of String Geometry, Supersymmetric Theories and Dualities
Speakers: Nick Dorey (Cambridge), Dario Martelli (King's College London), Xenia de la Ossa (Oxford), Carolina Matte Gregory (Oxford), Marco Caldarelli (Southampton)
Speakers: Tim Adamo (Imperial), Neal Carr (Kent), Anna Pachol (Queen Mary), Sylvain Lacrois (ENS Lyon and Hertfordshire)
Speakers: Andrea Fontanella (Surrey), Steffen Krusch (Kent), Ana Loureiro (Kent), Marika Taylor (Southampton) and Takato Yoshimura (King's College).
Speakers: Jennifer Ashcroft (Kent), Philip Candelas (Oxford), Martyna Kostacinska (Queen Mary), Antonio Pittelli (Surrey), Kai Roehrig (Cambridge) and Jin-Mann Wong (King's College).
Speakers: Olalla Castro Alvaredo (City), Shahar Hadar (Cambridge), Sameer Murthy (King's College), Pierre Vanhove (IHES, Paris & Cambridge) and Charles Young (Hertfordshire).
Speakers: Giulia Ferlito (Imperial), Yvonne Geyer (Oxford), Fedor Levkovich-Maslyuk (King's College), Nicholas Manton (Cambridge), Benoit Vicedo (Hertfordshire).
Speakers: Paul Fendley (Oxford), Andrew Hone (Kent), Nick Iles (King's College) , Brenda Penante (Queen Mary), Vidas Regelskis (Surrey).
Speakers: Vincent Caudrelier (City), Lotte Hollands (Oxford), Rafael Maldonado (Cambridge), Brenda Penante (Queen Mary), Andrew Singleton (Cambridge).
Speakers: Panagiota Adamopoulou (Kent), Michael Berry (Bristol), Andrew Green (UCL), Nikolay Gromov (King's College), Marianne Hoogeveen (King's College), Fabrizio Nieri (Surrey).
Speakers: Benjamin Doyon (King's College), Sotiris Konstantinou-Rizos (Leeds), Jennifer Willets (Heriot-Watt), Vikas Krishnamurthy (Imperial), Alexander Cockburn (Durham), Paul Jennings (Durham), Ilia Roustemoglou (Loughborough) .
Speakers: Leron Borsten (Imperial), Craig Lawrie (King's College), Vidas Regelskis (Surrey), Abera Muhamed (Kent) and Paul Sutcliffe (Durham).
Speakers: Andrea Prinsloo (Surrey), Cyril Matti (Oxford), James Smith (Kent), Andrzej Wereszczynski (Jagiellonian University, Poland) and Gerard Watts (King's College).
We hope that this will encourage postgraduate students and postdocs to attend the meeting.
Please email the local organiser in advance of a seminar if you would like to apply for support.
The London Mathematical Society and the Institute of Physics make available grants to assist parents and carers to attend meetings.
Dr Clare Dunning
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science
University of Kent
Canterbury CT2 7FS
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