The School of Mathematical Sciences hosts a lively schedule of events, from our weekly research seminars to workshops, conferences and public lectures.
Our research seminars are mostly held on a weekly basis, and cover a wide variety of topics across pure and applied mathematics. Find out more about our research seminars.
28 February 2020, MB-503, 11am
A special IADS seminar given by Prof J. Grbic (University of Southampton) will take place.
Title: Homology theory of super-hypergraphs
Abstract: Hypergraphs can be seen as incomplete abstract simplicial complexes in the sense that taking subsets is not a closed operation in hypergraphs. This notion can be extended to ∆-sets with face operations only partially defined, these objects we name super-hypergraphs. In this talk, I will set foundations of the homology theory of these combinatorial objects.
18 March 2020, 4.30-7.30pm
Our Postgraduate Open Evening on 18 March provides the perfect opportunity for you to learn more about the world-class teaching and research conducted at Queen Mary University of London. Visit our School of Mathematics stand at the event to learn about our MSc programmes in Mathematics, Financial Compuing, Financial Mathematics, Data Analytics and Financial Mathematics and Machine Learning. You'll have the opportunity to speak with our academics, tour the campus and learn about our state of the art facilities and support services available for our students.