# Seminars

- Algebra
- Analysis
- Applied Maths
- Continuum Mechanics
- G & T
- ISMP
- Math Biology
- Postgraduate
- SofTMech
- Statistics

# Colloquia

# Forthcoming events

Showing events scheduled between today and Monday 4th December, 2017. Show all scheduled events.

**Tuesday 21st November 16:00-17:00Maths 311B**

### Coarse median spaces and groups

Jiawen Zhang (Southampton University)

**Wednesday 22nd November 15:00-16:00Maths 311B**

### Quantum homogeneous spaces and decomposable plane curves.

Angela Tabiri (University of Glasgow)

**Wednesday 22nd November 16:00-17:00Maths 311B**

### Vertex algebra module theory made easy-ish

Simon Wood (Cardiff University)

**Thursday 23rd November 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Fingers and Bubbles in Rigid and Flexible Tubes

Andrew Hazel (University of Manchester)

**Thursday 23rd November 15:30-16:30Maths 311B**

Integrable Systems and Mathematical Physics Seminar

### Dubrovin-Novikov Hamiltonian operators and Hamiltonian systems of PDEs

Raffaele Vitolo (University of Salento)

**Thursday 23rd November 16:00-17:00Seminar room 116**

### Approximate likelihood inference for discretely observed rough differential equations

Theodore Papamarkou (University of Glasgow)

**Friday 24th November 15:00-16:00Seminar room 110**

### Measure-valued Pólya processes

Cécile Mailler (University of Bath)

**Monday 27th November 16:00-17:00Maths 311B**

### Surface homeomorphisms and their lifts by covering maps

Mehdi Yazdi (Oxford)

**Wednesday 29th November 16:00-17:00Maths 311B**

### Extremal twist and quantization of homogeneous vector bundles

Andrey Mudrov (University of Leicester)

**Thursday 30th November 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### TBA

Juan Bonachela (University of Strathclyde)

**Thursday 30th November 16:00-17:00Maths 311B**

### Floer homology, group orders, and taut foliations of hyperbolic 3-manifolds

Nathan Dunfield (Illinois)

**Friday 1st December 16:00-17:00Western Infirmary Lecture Theatre (WILT)**

### Rankin Lecture: Why topology is geometry in dimension 3

Nathan Dunfield ( University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)