SoMaS' Undergraduate Pizza Seminar
Since the 2015/16 academic year, SoMaS has been running an undergraduate pizza seminar series. The seminars introduce undergraduates to novel mathematics through a research style seminars covering a broad spectrum of content ranging all the way from classical mathematical stories that don't appear on the syllabus all the way to our own academic's cutting edge mathematical research. The seminars aim to be friendly, inclusive, and very informal; a good slice of the time is spent eating pizza!
This year the undergraduate Pizza Seminar is organised by
and Fionntan Roukema, and funded by the School of Mathematics and
Statistics. Please contact us if you have any further questions.
Next talk: Mathematical Pattern Formation and its Applications to Ecology'
Natasha Ellison, on Friday the 16th of November at 17:00 in Hicks Lecture Theatre 6.
Abstract: This talk will introduce Turing's theory of pattern formation from differential equations and how we can use it to understand more about nature.
- (22nd of October 2018)
A Tapestry of Mathematical Connections by Dr. Fionntan Roukema.
- (5th of December 2017)
- (2nd of November 2017)
p-adic integers and the number ...918,212,890,625. by Dr. Evgeny Shinder.
- (28th of March 2017)
- (8th of December 2016)
Which real numbers are nice? by Dr. James Cranch.
- (17th of November 2016)
- (9th of April 2016)
- (9th of February 2016)
- (24th of November 2015)
- (13th of October 2015)
Last modified: Tue Feb 9 22:55:19 BST 2015