We maintain a varied and collaborative series of seminars across our research areas.
- Analysis and dynamical systems
- Applied maths (informal)
- Geometry, topology and mathematical physics
- Mathematics in the life sciences
- Number theory
- Numerical analysis and scientific computing
- Physical applied mathematics
- Probability and statistics
- Pure postgraduate seminar
- Statistics, inverse problems, uncertainty quantification and data science
Abstract: In his seminal work on modular curves and the Eisenstein ideal, Mazur studied the existence of congruences between certain Eisenstein series and newforms, proving that Eisenstein ideals associated to weight 2 cusp forms of prime level are locally principal. In this talk, we begin by discussing several generalizations of Mazur's resul..
Join us for this research seminar, part of the SQUIDS (Statistics, quantification of uncertainty, inverse problems and data science) seminar series. Abstract: TBA
The Informal Applied Mathematics seminar series will continue with a series of short talks from first-year PhD students. Talks will take place in Frank Adams 2 (next to the Alan Turing Building's kitchen), with complimentary hot drinks and biscuits from 2.45pm on the atrium bridge. Title and abstracts for the talks can be found below. FYI..
(Zochonis Lecture Theatre D) Join us for this seminar by Rea Antoniou-Kourounioti (John-Innes Centre) as part of the Mathematics in the Life Sciences Series. Abstract to follow. To subscribe to the mailing list for this event series, please send an e-mail with the phrase “subscribe math-lifesci-seminar” in the message body to listserv@l..