Meetings at LIMS for young theorists
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The London Institute hosts talks and drinks for physics and mathematics PhD students, postdocs and others from surrounding universities.
Young researchers from different universities and research centres rarely get to meet and interact with each other. To solve this problem, the London Institute has teamed up with LonTI, BMUCO and LAC to host regular meetings for research students, postdocs and others in theoretical physics and mathematics.
At each event, there is a guest lecture from a specialist, followed by drinks and snacks on site. The meetings are held in Tyndall’s Parlour at the London Institute, on the second floor of the Royal Institution.
These meetings serve three purposes. First, they are an opportunity for like-minded theorists to get to know each other, cutting across universities and disciplines. Second, the meetings are a way for scientists at the London Institute to meet and cultivate up-and-coming talent. Third, speakers can address people from multiple universities at once, rather than having to visit each one separately.
To attend, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
15 Dec 2022
Cohomology and sequences
The London Institute hosts guest speaker Dr Frank Neumann and the London Algebra Colloquium for their final seminar of 2022.
6 DEC 2022
Spheres of influence
The Ukrainian mathematician Prof. Maryna Viazovska, who won this year’s Fields Medal, joins us for a virtual interview and discussion.
7, 14 and 21 Nov, 10AM
Black hole microstate counting
Prof. Sameer Murthy talks about the thermodynamic entropy of a black hole and how to formulate it within a statistical physics foundation.
17, 24 Oct and 1 Nov, 10AM
Prof. Alessandro Torrielli talks about integrable quantum field theories and the duality between the 2D Sine-Gordon and 2D Thirring models.