British Applied Mathematics Colloquium 2019
UK's largest applied mathematics conference bringing together students, academics and industry professionals to discuss recent advances within the field.
Bringing together over 300 students, early career researchers and established academic staff, the conference is an excellent opportunity for you to hear and present the latest ideas in modern applied mathematics.
The BAMC programme will contain all the traditional activities, not least many and varied networking opportunities.
Confirmed plenary talks
- Modelling and data analysis of epidemics - Professor Julia Gog, University of Cambridge
- Upside-Down and Inside-Out: The Biomechanics of Cell Sheet Folding - Professor Raymond Goldstein, University of Cambridge
- Collaborative Industrial Mathematics in Europe - Associate Professor Poul Hjorth, Technical University of Denmark
- Singular Formation in 3D Euler Equations and Related Models - Professor Thomas Hou, California Institute of Technology (Presenter of the IMA Lighthill Lecture)
- Extracting Order from Disorder: Periodic Orbits Buried in Fluid Turbulence - Professor Richard Kerswell, University of Cambridge
(Presenter of the Stewartson Memorial Lecture)
- The mathematical theory of geophysical flow models - challenges and some results - Professor Beatrice Pelloni, Heriot-Watt University
- Applying mathematics to understand our changing climate - Dr Emily Shuckburgh, British Antarctic Survey
As per tradition, the name of the speaker after the conference banquet is a closely guarded secret.
- Environmental and bioscience
- Fluid and solid mechanics
- Inverse problems
- Networks and collective behaviour
- Nonlinear waves
- Machine learning and differential equations
- Materials science
- Mathematical biology
- Mathematics in industry, across and beyond Europe
- Public engagement
- Statistical applied mathematics
Registration and bursaries
Register now and take advantage of the Early Bird registration discount of £50. Offer ends on 15 March.
Thanks to the generous support of the London Mathematical Society we can offer a limited number of hardship bursaries to allow PhD students, who would not otherwise have the funds to do so, to attend the BAMC.
Travel and accommodation
There is a variety of accommodation in the City of Bath to suit all budgets. Download our list of suggested places to stay. Alternatively, the Visit Bath website has a comprehensive list of accommodation in the city and the surrounding area.
- Institute for Mathematical Innovation, University of Bath
- Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath