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These are other meetings of which we have been made aware. _
These are not endorsed by the Liverpool Mathematical Society, _
but we do feel that they may be of interest to our members.
The information quoted is that provided by the organisation _
!! British Science Festival
* University of Birmingham
* September, 6 - 11
!! More information:
* 08456 807 207
Link to a flyer: DOC:BritishScienceFestival2014_MathsSection.pdf
!! Previous events
* British Council’s Mathematics Matters Conference
* The University of Warwick
* 11 – 13 December 2013
The Mathematics Matters international conference offers an open forum to discuss international
benchmarking (including the latest PISA results) with leading subject specialists.
Keynote speakers include:
* ElizabethTruss MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Education,
* Andreas Schleicher (Special Adviser, OECD) and
* Professor Ruth Merttens, Co-Director, Hamilton Maths and Reading Project.
Have a look at the full programme which includes workshops and panel discussions led by contributors from around the world.
** Contains a link to the full programme
Direct link to full programme: http://bit.ly/19gPyXR
* BioDynamics 2013
* Engineers' House, Bristol, UK
* 11 - 13 September 2013
This inaugural event will be a unique and exciting forum for _
multidisciplinary interactions leading to rewarding collaborations _
between theoretical, experimental, and clinical scientists. This will _
be the first in a series of annual international ~workshops designed _
to bring together biologists, mathematicians, clinicians, physicists, _
and computer scientists who are interested in dynamical systems in the _
biological and medical sciences.
* Institute of Physics, Merseyside Branch
* Surface Science Research Centre, _ University of Liverpool, L69 3DR
* 30 April 2013, 18:30
* Details may be found here DOC:mathsart2013.pdf
A gentle look at how the
mathema.cs mathematics that is used to study the stability of ships,
oil rigs and building columns can not only be used to weigh distant galaxies but,
rather unexpectedly, can also give new insights into art, and
par.cularly particularly the
portrayal of the nude.
Warning: this talk contains
mathema2cs mathematics and nudity
Light refreshments served before the talk