Thursday 7th September 2017
12.00–1.00 Registration
1.00–1.15 Welcome, followed by a few words about the LMS from George Ross
1.15–2.00 Sarah Rees The geometry and combinatorics of decision problems in groups
2.00–2.45 Richard Thomas Counting curves in algebraic geometry
2.45–3.30 Ginestra Bianconi Prospects in Mathematics of Networks
3.30–4.00 Coffee break
4.00–4.45 Jennifer Ryan Explorations in Numerical Analysis: Uncovering the Hidden Accuracy
4.45–5.30 Jon Keating Random Matrices and the Riemann Zeta-Function
5.30–6.15 Beatrice Pelloni A roadmap for nonlinearity - PDEs, analysis, and applications
6.30–9.00 Conference dinner, with Ignite speakers Rachel Nash (F1 Williams), Dr Paul Childs (Emerson-Roxar) and Dr John Lees-Miller (Overleaf)
Friday 8th September 2017
9.00–9.45 Thomas Forster Why you should be studying logic
9.45–10.30 Amanda Turner From lichen to lightning: understanding random growth
10.30–11.00 Coffee break
11.00–11.45 Ben Green Recent advances in prime number theory
11.45–12.30 Marco Marletta Differential operators, microlocal analysis, inverse problems and computations
12.30–1.30 Lunch
1.30–2.15 Valerio Lucarini TBC
2.15--3.00 Samir Siksek Galois Representations and Diophantine Equations

Talks will be in Edith Morley building (also called HumSS, Humanities and Social Sciences, on some older maps and signs), room G27, registration and coffee breaks will be in room G25, the conference dinner and the lunch on Friday will be in Eat at the Square. Campus map is available here (Edith Morley (HumSS) is marked 1, Eat at the Square is marked 7), or on Google maps.