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LMS Northern Regional Society Meeting 2018

Nixon Hall


Speakers: Tamara Grava (Bristol University, UK, and SISSA-ISAS, Trieste, Italy); Sara Lombardo (Loughborough University, UK); Noel Smyth (Edinburgh University, UK).


The Department of Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Northumbria will host the 2018 LMS Northern Regional Society Meeting. The lectures, delivered by Dr T. Grava (Bristol, SISSA), Prof S. Lombardo (Loughborough), and Prof N. Smyth (Edinburgh), are aimed at a general mathematical audience. All interested, whether LMS members or not, are most welcome to attend this event.

This day meeting takes place during the LMS Workshop on Advances in Theory of Nonlinear Waves.

The meeting will be followed by a reception and the LMS meeting dinner.


There are funds available to contribute in part to the expenses of members of the London Mathematical Society or research students registered at UK universities to attend the meeting and workshop. Requests for support, including an estimate of expenses, as well as all queries about the two events may be addressed to the organisers: Dr Benoit Huard and Dr Matteo Sommacal

Further details can be found here.


The LMS Norther Regional Society Meeting and Workshop 2018 are supported by the London Mathematical Society and Northumbria University.

Event Details

Nixon Hall
City Campus
Newcastle upon Tyne


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