Date: Saturday 5th November 2016
Location: University of Warwick
The IMA Early-Career Mathematicians’ Autumn Conference will be held at the University of Warwick. This bi-annual event aims to bring together young mathematicians working in industry, government and academia along with undergraduate and postgraduate students. The day will provide a wide variety of inspirational presentations based on mathematical topics as well as a number of workshops. The atmosphere encourages those attending to develop new skills and to network with each other and learn from each others' experiences.
Date: Thursday 1st – Friday 2nd December 2016
Location: Mary Ward House, London
Big data and data science are topics of the moment. Among the raft of conferences on these subjects few have a clear focus on the underpinning theoretical methodologies to maximise the information that can be extracted in the presence of inherent uncertainties, sampling bias, data streams, data linkage and all of the other specific features of so-called big data applications. This conference will showcase work by young and established researchers advancing the state-of-the-art on a rigorous mathematical basis. Alongside new methodology there will be application strands led by industry to showcase the power of mathematical approaches in practical applications. Each session will feature an invited talk by an expert speaker who will review an advanced area of current research.
Date: Monday 12 – Wednesday 14 December 2016
Location: IET Austin Court, Birmingham
This event builds upon a very successful series of previous conferences. From the first event held in Bath in 1985 to the most recent one held in Birmingham in 2014 as successful as its predecessors, the organising committee is delighted to announce the 11th IMA International Conference on Mathematics in Signal Processing to be held 12 – 14 December, 2016.
Date: Saturday 4 March 2017
Location: Auto Trader UK, 1 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester, M15 4FN
This conference will bring together mathematicians from all walks of life, for a day of entertaining and interesting mathematics. The conference is aimed at mathematicians early in their career – up to fifteen years after graduating – but is open to all. Previous conferences have been described in Mathematics Today reports as "lively and informative", "a friendly and relaxed atmosphere" and "educational, informative and entertaining".
IMA and OR Society Conference on Mathematics of Operational Research
Innovating mathematics for new industrial challenges
Date: Thursday 20 - Friday 21 April 2017
Location: Aston University, Birmingham, UK
The conference will aim to draw together the considerable community of researchers and practitioners who develop new mathematics of relevance to and which underpin applications in Operational Research (OR). It will take a comprehensive view, will showcase activity from across OR, and will welcome both contributions which have a clear application focus as well as those which are theoretically driven.
Contributions will be expected to showcase both significant new mathematics and OR relevance. The conference will host plenaries from leading international experts.
Date: Monday 19 – Wednesday 21 June 2017
Location: University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers working on aspects of nonlinear phenomena and to encourage interaction between experts from different areas such as Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Analysis, Fluid Dynamics, Engineering and Physics. Recent theoretical developments, new computational methods and experimental findings will be presented and discussed. We plan to avoid parallel sessions and foster as much as possible communication across the different communities.
Date: 10 - 12 July 2017
Location: University of Birmingham
This conference is for all who are involved in Mathematics Teaching and Education from years 11 through to undergraduate, in schools, sixth form and college, in university and in mathematics/statistics support units. It provides a forum for sharing, discussing and developing ideas, research and practice in this rapidly changing landscape. The main work of the conference will be organised in themed working groups. There will also be invited speakers from policy and practice, and a special contribution from CETL-MSOR.
Date: Tuesday 19 - Thursday 21 September 2017
Location: Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UKAn inverse problem denotes the task of computing an unknown physical quantity from indirect measurements. The corresponding forward problem maps the physical quantity to the measurements. In most realistic situations the solution of the inverse problem is challenging, complicated by incomplete and noisy measurements, as well as non-invertible forward operators which render the inverse problem ill-posed (that is lack of stability and/or uniqueness of solutions). Inverse problems appear in many practical applications in biology, medicine, weather forecasting, chemistry, engineering, physics, to name but a few, and their analysis and solution presents considerable challenges in mathematics and statistics. This conference will bring together mathematicians and statisticians, working on theoretical and numerical aspects of inverse problems, and engineers, physicists and other scientists, working on challenging inverse problem applications. We welcome industrial representatives, doctoral students, early career and established academics working in this field to attend.