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# Tag Archives: London Mathematical Society

## Success stories

The London Mathematical Society’s “Success stories” project has officially launched; the webpage is here. I thought the aim was to tell the world that mathematics is a great career by recounting the stories of people who have some interesting success … Continue reading

## London Mathematical Society Newsletter

The first issue of the revamped LMS newsletter, edited by Iain Moffatt, reached me a little while ago. The first obvious difference is that it has gone from A5 to A4 format, the same as the newsletters of the European … Continue reading

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## A prize

Time for a little blast on my own trumpet. At the meeting of the London Mathematical Society today, it was announced that I am the winner of the Senior Whitehead Prize this year. The rules for the prize state, in … Continue reading

## LMS SGM, 2

This afternoon I was at the LMS SGM, convened to debate the motion that the LMS council be instructed to reverse the closure of the Journal of Computation and Mathematics. The motion was lost by 158 against to 131 for, … Continue reading

## LMS Special General Meeting

On Friday, 5 February there will be a special general meeting of the London Mathematical Society, which has been called to discuss Council’s decision to axe the Journal of Computation and Mathematics, the society’s only diamond open access journal. Please … Continue reading

## An LMS meeting

Last Friday I went to the London Mathematical Society general meeting, at the BMA building in Tavistock Square. On a beautiful warm day I walked along the Regents Canal to Islington and then down through back streets past the former … Continue reading

## LMS150

The London Mathematical Society is 150 years old. This year there will be various events, competitions, fellowships, etc. to commemorate the anniversary. Yesterday, on the 150th anniversary of the inauguration of the Society, there was an event in Goldsmiths’ Hall … Continue reading

## Plymouth workshops

The title refers not to buildings in the Royal Navy dockyard in Devonport, but to a London Mathematical Society regional meeting here last week. The format of the meeting was, on the first day, an LMS meeting with opportunity for … Continue reading

## The LMS and open access

The London Mathematical Society is launching a new open-access journal, to be called the Transactions of the London Mathematical Society, to stand alongside their Bulletin, Journal and Proceedings. Apart from the obvious reason (that nobody knows what is going to … Continue reading

## Two lectures

Last Friday I heard two very interesting lectures. One was the London Mathematical Society’s Mary Cartwright lecture, timed to coincide with the launch of a report by the LMS on good practice in supporting women in academic careers. It was … Continue reading