Public engagement and outreach events
- Annual Actuarial Lecture 2019 - with Chika Aghadiuno FIA
- Women in Mathematics 2019 - supported by the London Mathematical Society
Workshops and conferences
- Analytic Number Theory and Quantum Chaos Workshop, 23rd - 27th July 2018. Organiser: Steve Lester (QMUL)
- Two days of Algorithms and Complexity in London. Martin Dyer Day and Queen Mary Algorithms Day (QMAD), 16, 17th July 2018. Organisers: Colin Cooper (KCL), Leslie Ann Goldberg (Oxford) and Mark Jerrum (QMUL).
- Classical and quantum motion in disordered environment. A random event in honour of Ilya Goldsheid's 70th birthday, 18-22 December 2017, organisers: Leonid Parnovski, Mira Shamis, Sasha Sodin, Alexander Soshnikov
- The 2017 International Conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics, 2017, organisers: Matt Fayers, Alex Fink, and Thomas Prellberg
- 2017 Colloquia in Combinatorics at QMUL and LSE(link is external), Wednesday 10th May and Thursday 11th May (co-organised by Julia Böttcher, Mark Jerrum, Robert Johnson and Jozef Skokan)
- Jamming and Granular Matter, Topical Sattelite Meeting of Statphys 26, London 13-15. July 2016 (co-organised by A. Baule)
- The Donald Preece Memorial Day, 17 September 2015, organiser: Leonard Soicher
- Workshop on Network Geometry(link is external), April 16 2015, organisers: Ginestra Bianconi and Christoph Rahmede
- 5th Biennial International Conference on Mathematics and Computation in Music(link is external), 22-25 June 2015, organisers: Oscar Bandtlow and Elaine Chew
- Postgraduate Combinatorial Conference 2015, Monday 13th to Wednesday 15th April 2015, organisers: Katie Clinch and Trevor Pinto
- British Mathematical Colloquium 2014, 07–10 April 2014, organisers: Ivan Tomasic and Behrang Noohi
10 February 2020, 6-9pm
Celebrate LGBT History Month by attending a screening of The Imitation Game, an award-winning film based on the real-life story of legendary mathematician, Alan Turing.
The film portrays the nail-biting race against time by Turing and his brilliant team of code breakers at Britain's top-secret Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of World War II.
LGBT History Month aims to increase the visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people, their history, lives and experiences and raise awareness about issues affecting the wider LGBTQ+ community.
Please note that this is a free event for educational purposes only. This event is open to QMUL students and staff.
Seminar: 'Homology theory of super-hypergraphs' with Professor Jelena Grbic (University of Southampton)
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.