LMS Maths popular lectures

Published: 13 July 2015

The London Mathematical Society Popular Lectures, presenting exciting topics in mathematics, are coming to Glasgow.

Logo of the London Mathematical SocietyThe London Mathematical Society Popular Lectures present exciting topics in mathematics and their applications to a wide audience. The LMS Popular Lecture events feature two lecturers who have been chosen for their mathematical distinction and communication skills.

The Society aims to present a wide range of mathematical topics in the lectures, which are suitable for all who have an interest in mathematics including those taking Higher/A-Level, teachers and those in the lay public with an interest in mathematics.

‌To mark the London Mathematical Society's 150th Anniversary, a popular lectures event will be held in 2015 in Glasgow. The Lectures will be held on 21 October at 6:30 in the Main Auditorium, Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde. The speakers will be Dr Hannah Fry who will give a lecture titled Patterns in Human Behaviour and Professor Ruth King whose lecture will be titled How Many (Estimating Population Sizes).

Full abstracts and details visit LMS Popular Lectures.

You can also register directly.

First published: 13 July 2015

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