IMA Early Career Mathematicians’ Spring Conference 2012
Date: Saturday 19 May 2012
Location: Chancellors Hotel and Conference Centre, University of Manchester
Come along for a great day of mathematics and socialising!
The 16th in a series of conferences for Early Career Mathematicians. In between the talks will be plenty of time for eating and socialising with other like-minded Early Career Mathematicians as well as quizzing the speakers in more depth on their topics.
Following the conference you will have the opportunity to join in with an informal post-conference dinner at a local restaurant. Please state on your registration form whether you wish to attend the dinner in addition to the conference.
Do I qualify? Can I come?
Yes, everyone with an interest in mathematics is welcome! Generally you will find that most attendees have either graduated with a maths degree less than 15 years ago OR joined the IMA less than 15 years ago (but don't have a degree) OR they are a student of maths.
Who's speaking? What are the talks about?
Speakers are listed in alphabetical order
Sandy Black - University of Leeds
Life as a PhD student: experience and an introduction to combustion CFD
Richard Crawford BSc MSc CMath MIMA - AMEC
The LEWIS method of nuclear reactor channel functionality assessment
Sharon Evans MIMA - Rolls Royce
Inspiring Future Generations
Katie Steckles - Think Maths and The University of Manchester
Charles Walkden - The University of Manchester
Get cracking: promoting mathematics to young mathematicians via classical cryptography
For further information on this conference or queries, please contact the Conference Office at email@example.com or +44 (0) 1702 354020.