A past colloquim: people listening to a lecture at ImperialThe Departmental Colloquia series began in 2010. The purpose of the series is two fold: to hear from some of the world's leading mathematicians and statisticians, and to provide a forum for the department (faculty, research fellows, and postgraduate students) to meet.

There is usually a reception following the talk, with an opportunity to meet the speaker.

Upcoming Colloquia:

 
Professor Alessio Figalli
Title: Stable solutions to semilinear elliptic equations
9 October 2019

Past Colloquia

2019 (Titi, Wolf, Reid, Caflisch, Duminil-Copin)

Professor Hugo Duminil-Copin
Title:  Counting Self-Avoiding Walks on a Lattice, from Combinatorics to Physics.
16 May 2019
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Professor Russ Caflisch
Title: Accelerated Simulation for Plasma Kinetics
14 May 2019
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Dr Edriss Titi
Title: On Recent Advances of the 3D Euler Equations by Means of Examples
15 January 2019
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Dr Julia Wolf
Title: The Structure of stale sets
08 February 2019
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Professor Nancy Reid
Title: In Praise of Small Data: Statistical and Data Science
20 March 2019
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2017 (Stuart, Kühn, Tokieda, Villani, Davison, Holmes, Stewart)

      Statistical Models for Complex Extreme Events (Nelder Lecture)
     Thursday 9th March
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2016 (Rosenbaum, Granville, Milton, Mallat, Bridson)

2015 (Diaconis, Newell, Joshi, Schoen)

2014 (Gelman, Davis, Green, Caffarelli, Hairer)

2013 (Serfaty, Senn, Tenenbaum, Bertozzi)

2012 (Werner, Fokas, McCullagh)

2011 (Cox, Otto, Embrechts)

2010 (Gowers, Lieb, Sinai)