Events


Putting a spin on light: from Poynting to knotting

Date
28/11/2018
Location:
Aston Webb – Main Lecture Theatre
Description
Professor Dennis will give his inaugural lecture on the 28 November. Titled "Putting a spin on light: from Poynting to knotting", he will be speaking about his background in physics and will describe how to control the shape of light beams and optical wavefunctions.

From cells to society: How networks shape almost everything – Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture

Date
28/11/2018
Location:
Watson Building - Lecture Theatre A (R15 on campus map)
Description
Birmingham Popular Maths Lecture from Dr Samuel Johnson at 7pm on Wednesday 28 November 2018. School of Mathematics, Watson Building, University of Birmingham.

Minding the gap: how to improve boarding and alighting from trains

Date
05/12/2018
Location:
Gisbert Kapp Building (G8 on the University map)
Description
Bridget Eickhoff, Professor of Railway Interface Engineering, will present her inaugural lecture on Wednesday 5 December 2018. She will reflect on the challenges of the interface between trains and platforms on a mixed traffic railway.

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.

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.