Young Researchers in Mathematics conference

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You still have a chance to register for this exciting conference: the deadline has been extended until 8 July. (You can read my report of the 2011 YRM here.)

Below is the invitation from the organisers.

Registration for the Young Researchers in Mathematics (YRM) 2016 conference closes on Friday 8th July 2016, so register now here!

YRM is the UK’s largest annual mathematics conference run for postgraduates by postgraduates, and this year it is being held in St Andrews, Scotland (about an hour from Edinburgh), from Monday 1st August to Thursday 4th August.

We have the pleasure to announce a public talk from Professor Michael Edgeworth McIntyre (Cambridge), plenary talks from Professor Peter Cameron (St Andrews / Queen Mary), Professor Clement Mouhot (Cambridge) and Dr Graeme Segal (Oxford) alongside keynote talks from distinguished academics in the following areas: algebra, analysis, dynamical systems, fluid mechanics, game theory, logic and set theory, mathematical biology, mathematical physics, number theory, numerical analysis, plasma theory, probability, statistics, and topology.

We also invite and encourage every attendee to contribute a 20 minute talk on their research and/or participate in the poster competition in the relaxed atmosphere of the conference.

For more information on speakers, scheduling (provisional schedule available) and how to register, please visit You can also like YRM 2016 on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

About Peter Cameron

I count all the things that need to be counted.
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