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18.02.2016 (Thursday)

Collabor8 - A Meeting for Early Career Researchers in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics

Exceptional Seminar Various Various (Various)

9:30 QMW
room GO Jones 610

Collabor8 is a day-long meeting for early career researchers in mathematical and theoretical physics on Thursday 18th February 2016. The purpose of the meeting is to encourage collaboration between PhD students and postdocs from different institutions and research specialisms working in the UK. The meeting will feature short presentations from selected speakers about ongoing research problems, in contrast to traditional longer seminars on completed work. These will form the basis of group discussions, where participants may share their expertise and suggest new approaches. The conference website provides a convenient social network to promote continuing interaction after the meeting. We are delighted that Professor Luis Fernando Alday will be delivering a keynote lecture at the meeting. There is no conference fee, and funds are available to reimburse travel expenses. Further information about the meeting, including the registration form, may be found on the website below. The deadline for registration is Thursday 4th February.

25.05.2006 (Thursday)

Classical and Quantum Gravity Scientific Meeting

Colloquium Various speakers (various institutes)

9:45 KCL
room 2B08

Members of the Editorial Board of Classical and Quantum Gravity will be convening for their annual meeting in London in May and will be taking the opportunity to hold a one day conference to present and discuss their latest research. The meeting will cover the broad range of subjects represented on the Board. Some external speakers have also been invited. The details of the program are available here: (copy link into your browser).

10.03.2006 (Friday)

Perspectives in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics

Colloquium Various speakers (n/a)

14:30 IC
room See abstract

Meeting of the IoP Mathematical and Theoretical Physics Group, to be held at Imperial College on the 10th and 11th of March. Registration requested. Details can be found here: