Research conferences and seminars In 'News and events' Birmingham to host the British Combinatorial Conference 2019Latest newsResearch conferences and seminarsBirmingham Popular Maths LectureNewsletter 27Feb The people have spoken! But what did they mean, and what does that mean? – Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture DatesWednesday 27th February 2019 (19:00-20:00)LocationWatson Building - Lecture Theatre A (R15 on campus map)CategoryEngineering and Physical Sciences, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Social Sciences 27Mar Why are soap bubbles round and salt crystals square? – Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture DatesWednesday 27th March 2019 (19:00-20:00)LocationWatson Building - Lecture Theatre A (R15 on campus map)CategoryEngineering and Physical Sciences, Lectures Talks and Workshops 3Jul Year 12 Mathematics Taster Day DatesWednesday 3rd July 2019 (09:45-15:30)LocationWatson BuildingCategoryEngineering and Physical Sciences, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Open Day 29Jul British Combinatorial Conference 2019 DatesMonday 29th July (09:00) - Friday 2nd August 2019 (18:00)LocationUniversity of BirminghamCategoryEngineering and Physical Sciences, Research Selected past events 2018 28th November - From cells to society: How networks shape almost everything – Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture31st October - ... and Icarus flew – Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture19th September - London Mathematical Society Popular Lectures 201825th-29th June - Geometrical aspects of Banach spaces18th June - Tropical Mathematics & Optimisation for Railways 2017 15th November - Tropical Mathematics & its Applications20th September - LMS Popular Lectures 20175th-13th August - Groups St Andrews 2017 in Birmingham15th March - BMPL Dr Jonathan Meddaugh15th February - BMPL Dr Allan Lo18th January - BPML Robin Wilson 2016 7th December - BPML Dr Nira Chamberlain16th November - BPML: Dr Iain Johnston19th October - BPML Dr Will Perkins To view the up-coming events in this page requires that scripting be enabled in your browser. Since your browser does not support or allow scripting you can get the same information by following this link. To find more research conferences and seminars from the School of Mathematics, please visit the talks@bham website.