Research networks

We are members of the LMS Harmonic Analysis and PDE Research Network and the North British Functional Analysis Seminars network. Please follow the links below for more information.

 

LMS Harmonic Analysis and PDE Research Network

Harmonic Analysis and PDEs Workshop, 19 April 2018, BirminghamPhoto: Harmonic Analysis and PDEs Workshop, 19 April 2018, Birmingham

This network has been funded by an LMS Scheme 3 Grant since 2005, and has received partial support from ERC since 2012.

Currently it includes Bath, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Madrid and Warwick as its nodes. If you wish to be added to the mailing list with announcements of upcoming meetings and events, please contact the network coordinator, Maria Carmen Reguera.

Past meetings

North British Functional Analysis Seminars

The North British Functional Analysis Seminar (NBFAS) was founded in February 1968 by the late Frank Bonsall and John Ringrose with a meeting at the University of Edinburgh. The founding universities were Edinburgh and Newcastle. Since then, almost 200 meetings took place at the growing number of member institutions (at present 12 universities in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland) with the purpose to bring to the UK leading figures in functional analysis that are based outside the UK. The seminar normally meets three times a year, holding a one or two-day meeting in one of its member institutions, where distinguished mathematicians, usually from abroad, are invited to lecture.

Visit the North British Functional Analysis Seminars website.