Subject Specific Events

The University of Birmingham host a range of activities, lectures and events to support individuals who have an interest in particular area. Our subject specific events aim to support academic studies, enable professional development or further knowledge on an area of personal interest.

Please be aware that some of the events advertised below may only be suitable for people who meet specific eligibility criteria. For further information about specific events, please contact the the event organisers as listed in the events below.

 

26Jan

BPML- Is symmetry useful? - Professor Sergey Shpectorov

Dates
Wednesday 26 January 2022 (19:00-20:00)
Location
Watson Building - Lecture Theatre A (G23), Zoom - registration required
Description
The Birmingham Popular Lecture Series returns on Wednesday 26th January at 7pm with a lecture by Professor Sergey Shpectorov asking 'Is symmetry useful?'. Lecture can be watched on campus or on Zoom.
16Feb

BPML- How can maths save my family tree- Dr Martine Barons

Dates
Wednesday 16 February 2022 (19:00-20:00)
Location
Watson Building - Lecture Theatre A (G23), Zoom - registration required
Description
The fourth lecture in the Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture series is on Wednesday 16th February 7-8pm. Dr Martine Barons asks 'How can maths save my family tree?' Watch in person or register to watch on Zoom.