Events


Seeing through the body: Shedding light on seeing beyond the naked eye

Date
30/01/2019
Location:
chemical engineering 124
Description
Professor Dehghani will give his inaugural lecture on the 30 January 2019. Titled "Seeing through the body: Shedding light on seeing beyond the naked eye", he will describe how we can shine light into the human body and measure its changing colour and intensity to detect and monitor diseases.

Mathematical Oncology: how mathematics helps to understand and fight cancer – Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture

Date
30/01/2019
Location:
Watson Building - Lecture Theatre A (R15 on campus map)
Description
Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture from Dr Fabian Spill at 7pm on Wednesday 30 January 2019. School of Mathematics, Watson Building, University of Birmingham.

The people have spoken! But what did they mean, and what does that mean? – Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture

Date
27/02/2019
Location:
Watson Building - Lecture Theatre A (R15 on campus map)
Description
Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture from Dr Arnaud Lionnet at 7pm on Wednesday 27 February 2019. School of Mathematics, Watson Building, University of Birmingham.

Why are soap bubbles round and salt crystals square? – Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture

Date
27/03/2019
Location:
Watson Building - Lecture Theatre A (R15 on campus map)
Description
Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture from Dr Ben Barber at 7pm on Wednesday 27 March 2019. School of Mathematics, Watson Building, University of Birmingham.

EPS Societies' Awards 2019

Date
12/06/2019
Location:
Great Hall, Aston Webb Building (R6 on campus map)
Description
Returning for their sixth year, the EPS Societies' Awards are the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences' annual celebration of our 29 student groups.

British Combinatorial Conference 2019

Date
29/07/2019 - 02/08/2019
Location:
University of Birmingham
Description
In July-August 2019, the University of Birmingham will host the British Combinatorial Conference. More information about the conference will be published soon. To express your interest in the conference, please email the organisers: bcc2019@bham.ac.uk

Birmingham Popular Mathematics Lecture Series

Birmingham Popular Mathematics Lectures are free of charge and open to all members of the public and the University who are interested in the study of Mathematics. They are particularly suitable for those studying Mathematics at A Level and we also welcome advanced GCSE students. Young people are welcome on their own, with parents or with a school group.

More information on each lecture is available here.