Opportunities for the Future 2019

6 November 2019, 12.00 PM - 6 November 2019, 5.00 PM

School of Mathematics, The Fry Building

Enjoying your degree in maths? 

Considering continuing on to further study? 

Then why not join us for our annual ‘Opportunities for the Future’ event, taking place on Wednesday 6th November 2019.  

A PhD in mathematics can offer you independence, challenging problems and an inspiring job, as well as the chance to travel and the opportunity to make a difference. 

This event gives all students an opportunity to speak to current PhD students at Bristol and hear talks from a range of professionals who all have a doctorate in a maths based subject.  

You will not only gain information on the PhD experience itself, but find out more about where a PhD in mathematics can take you. 

Information on how to register, and the draft programme can be found below. 


Registration  

To register your interest in attending please complete the following application form.

Please note that there are a limited number of places, so early registration is encouraged. 

Applications will be reviewed periodically up until the deadline date of Friday 18th October. Prioritisation will be given to final year students and those who have already completed their undergraduate degree. 


Programme* 

Wednesday 6 November - open to all undergraduate and masters students: 

 12:00pm Lunch 

12:45pm Panel with graduate students discussing their experiences and how they came to do a PhD

1:45pm Short talk by current graduate student 

2:00pm Information from the Post Graduate team 

2:45 pm Tea and Coffee  

Three practitioners of mathematics to speak about what they do and how they got there: 

3:00pm Industry speaker: Katie Russell, OVO Energy

3:30pm Academic Speaker: Dr Lynne Walling, Reader in Pure Mathematics, University of Bristol

4:00pm Industry speaker: Jo

4:30pm Informal discussions

5:00pm Finish

*Programme may be subject to change 


Organising Committee

Olly Johnson, Emma Bailey, Louisa Bartoszewicz, Haeran Cho, Jos Gunns, Emilia Alvarez, Jess Jay, Viveka Erlandsson, Charley Cummings, Ayalvadi Ganesh, Ayesha Hussain, Rachel Bennett and Fatemeh Mohammadi.

 

Contact information

For practical information please email maths-conference-administrator@bristol.ac.uk

WIM 2019

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