Bath - LMS Symposium
LMS Bath Symposia are held every summer and cover the full breadth of mathematics and some applications.
LMS Symposia have been a fixture of the international mathematical calendar for more than 45 years. From their inception in 1974 to 2019, they were held in Durham.
From 2020 we are proud to host these unique events at the University of Bath. In the "Bath format", each symposium consists of a workshop plus either a summer school (typically preceding the workshop, to prepare participants of PhD level) or a research incubator (a joint research activity in spirit similar to study groups with industry, typically taking place after the workshop).
Open call for LMS Symposium 2025
The Bath LMS Symposium is funded and sponsored by various institutions working within mathematical sciences including:
Isaac Newton Institute (INI)
International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS)
London Mathematical Society (LMS)
Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research)
All events are sponsored by:
Institute for Mathematical Innovation (IMI)
Previous SYMPOSIASEE ALL
Operators, Asymptotics, WavesOrganisers: Kirill Cherednichenko (Bath)
Karl-Mikael Perfekt (Norway University of Science and Technology)
Euan Spence (Bath)
The mathematical study of wave propagation in continuous media and its applications have been areas of strength in the UK over a number of decades: several UK mathematics departments host related research groups with long-established traditions. This symposium will provide a bird’s-eye view of the three mentioned areas, identify areas of existin...07 - 11 08/2023
Categorical and Geometric Representation TheoryOrganisers: Chris Bowman (York)
Iain Gordon (Edinburgh)
Radha Kessar (City)
Neil Saunders (Greenwich)
Lewis Topley (Bath)
LMS Bath Symposium on Categorical and Geometric Representation Theory
The past ten years have been some of the most exciting and fruitful years in the history of representation theory. One of the overarching themes in this story is the search for richer structures which secretly underpin the classical problems in the f...