Events
All forthcoming events are listed below as and when they are confirmed.

Heilbronn: Hooley Lectures Invariants and Indeterminate Equations
15 February 2016, 1.00 PM  17 February 2016, 2.00 PM
Professor Christopher Hooley
Howard House

Analysis seminar: Stochastic homogenisation for degenerate HamiltonJacobi equations
15 February 2016, 4.00 PM  15 February 2016, 5.00 PM
Federica Dragoni, Cardiff University
Howard House, 4th floor seminar room

Linfoot seminar: TBA
17 February 2016, 11.00 AM  17 February 2016, 12.00 PM
Takuzo Okada, Saga University, Japan

Algebra & Geometry Seminar: TBC
17 February 2016, 2.30 PM  17 February 2016, 3.30 PM
Chris Parker (Birmingham)
Howard House, 4th floor seminar room

Algebra & Geometry Seminar: TBC
17 February 2016, 2.30 PM  17 February 2016, 3.30 PM
Chris Parker (Birmingham)
Howard House, 4th floor seminar room

Heilbronn seminar: The upgraded version of the BatyrevManin program
17 February 2016, 4.00 PM  17 February 2016, 5.00 PM
Emmanuel Peyre (Fourier Institute)
Howard House, 4th floor seminar room

ETDS: Quantum Unique Ergodicity on Locally Symmetric Spaces
18 February 2016, 1.00 PM  18 February 2016, 2.00 PM
Lior Silberman, University of British Columbia
4th floor seminar room, Howard House

Fluids and materials seminar: Snap, Crack and Pop: Dynamic instabilities of elastic objects
18 February 2016, 2.00 PM  18 February 2016, 3.00 PM
Prof. Dominic Vella, Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics at the Mathematical Institute (OCCAM & OCIAM) in the University of Oxford and tutorial fellow at Lincoln College.
Main maths building, room SM3.

Fluid flow through a pipe can be such a drag: a century old mystery beginning to give up its secrets?
18 February 2016, 4.00 PM  18 February 2016, 5.00 PM
Richard Kerswell, FRS (Bristol)
Mott LT, School of Physics

Mathematical Physics: Dynamic principle for ensemble control
(stochastic and deterministic dynamics)
19 February 2016, 2.00 PM  19 February 2016, 3.00 PM
Alex Samoletov, University of Liverpool and Donetsk Institute for Physics and Technology
4th floor seminar room, Howard House

Probability & Statistics seminar: Can we predict without explaining? Realtime modelling and forecasting of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
19 February 2016, 2.15 PM  19 February 2016, 3.15 PM
Anton Camacho, Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
SM3, School of Mathematics

Probability & Statistics seminar: Critical phenomena for bootstrap percolation on inhomogeneous random graphs
19 February 2016, 3.40 PM  19 February 2016, 4.40 PM
Nikolaos Fountoulakis, Birmingham
SM3, School of Mathematics

Linfoot seminar: Good reduction of complete intersections
24 February 2016, 11.00 AM  24 February 2016, 12.00 PM
Dr Daniel Loughran, Leibniz Universität Hannover

Algebra & Geometry Seminar: TBC
24 February 2016, 2.30 PM  24 February 2016, 3.30 PM
Benjamin Sambale (Kaiserslautern)
Howard House, 4th floor seminar room

Heilbronn seminar: TBA
24 February 2016, 4.00 PM  24 February 2016, 5.00 PM
Fredrik Stromberg (University of Nottingham)
Howard House, 4th floor seminar room

ETDS: TBA
25 February 2016, 1.30 PM  25 February 2016, 2.30 PM
Neil Dobbs, Université de Genève
4th floor seminar room, Howard House

Fluids and materials: Dr. Denis Bartolo
25 February 2016, 2.00 PM  25 February 2016, 3.00 PM
Prof. Denis Bartolo, Soft and Active matter, Laboratoire de Physique, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France.
Main maths building, room SM 3.

ETDS: The Lorenz attractor is exponentially mixing
25 February 2016, 3.00 PM  25 February 2016, 4.00 PM
Ian Melbourne, University of Warwick
4th floor seminar room, Howard House

Public talk: From numerology to number theory: the fascination of numbers
25 February 2016, 6.00 PM  25 February 2016, 7.00 PM
Professor Emmanuel Peyre (University of Grenoble)
Lecture Theatre 3 in the School of Chemistry

Mathematical Physics: On the Height and Position of Maxima of GUE Characteristic Polynomials
26 February 2016, 2.00 PM  25 January 2016, 3.00 PM
Yan V. Fyodorov, School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London
4th floor seminar room, Howard House
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Other events
Events of mathematical interest in other schools and departments around the University.