Thursday 22 September 2022 to Friday 23 September 2022, The Open University, Milton Keynes
This two-day mini workshop will bring together mathematicians in the UK, Germany and Japan who are working on aperiodic order, exploring recent developments in the problem of identifying and classifying arithmetic structures present in sequences, point sets, and tilings, and their implications to spectral properties, which include eigenvalues, spectral measures, correlations, and symmetries.
The meeting will be a dual-hybrid format, with half of the talks being given in the UK, presented online in Germany, and the other half being given in Germany, presented online in the UK.
Monday 27 June 2022 to Wednesday 29 June 2022, The Open University, Milton Keynes
This event has two parts to it: a research meeting and a mathematical art exhibition, both exploring the mathematics of aperiodic tilings. The event celebrates the work of Uwe Grimm, who died in 2021. Visit the conference website to register.
The papers in this workshop aim to explore the role of marriage and other domestic partnerships in the lived practice and constructed memory of mathematics. Though mathematicians are often imagined as the quintessential solitary researchers, many have managed the daily routines of a mathematical career through partnership with a spouse who was intimately involved in their working life or the posthumous construction of their legacy. Whilst marriage is certainly not the unique social form such collaboration can take, we propose that it offers an especially clear window on the unstable boundaries dividing labour into the intellectual and the domestic, the masculinized and the feminized, the credited and the unacknowledged.
Visit Marriages, Couples, and the Making of Mathematical Careers1 for registration information.
David Dunning (University of Oxford)
Brigitte Stenhouse (The Open University)
The meeting is for researchers (particularly early-career researchers) in complex dynamics, function spaces, operator theory, geometric function theory, potential theory and related topics.
We welcome participants of all career stages to attend. The deadline to apply to give a talk or present a poster is 20 May 2021, and priority will be given to PhD students and recent PhD graduates. Further details and registration information can be found at the conference homepage. There is no registration fee.
Vasiliki Evdoridou (The Open University)
Clifford Gilmore (University of Manchester)
Myrto Manolaki (University College Dublin)
Celebrating research and teaching in mathematics and statistics over the last fifty years. More information to follow!
Crisis, instability and times of uncertainty have undoubtedly influenced the development of the sciences, and mathematics is no exception. Throughout history, mathematicians found themselves facing wide-ranging challenges, both internal and external to mathematics, to which they had to respond in new and creative ways. Inspired by contemporary global events, this conference is interested in the ways that times of crisis shaped the development of mathematics. Such times of uncertainty might be frustrating and confounding for mathematicians, but from a historical perspective, they can be viewed as an engine of mathematical creativity.
The Novembertagung on the History and Philosophy of Mathematics is an annual international conference aimed at PhD and postdoctoral students (young scholars) in the history and philosophy of mathematics and neighboring fields. It provides an opportunity for young researchers to present and discuss their research in a safe, informal environment, and serves as a place for them to share experience and advice, as well as to establish new contacts. Participants are welcome from around the world.
Visit Novembertagung 2021 for registration information.
Brigitte Stenhouse (The Open University)
Richard Lawrence (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen)
Tuya Sa (Loughborough University)
Tobias Schütz (Universität Mainz)
Rosie Lev-Halutz (Tel-Aviv University)
The School hosts two regular conferences, namely the Open Statistical Physics Meeting and the Winter Combinatorics Meeting.
The Open Statistical Physics Meeting is an annual one-day meeting in statistical physics, which usually takes place in March or April (postponed in 2021 and 2022).
The Winter Combinatorics Meeting is a one-day meeting in combinatorics held approximately biennially.