IMA Mathematics 2015


Date: Thursday 19 March 2015
Location: Mary Ward House, London

Mathematics 2015 is the ninth in the series of annual IMA conferences to promote mathematics. This series aims to demonstrate to both mathematicians and non mathematicians the many uses of modern mathematics. One of the themes at the 2015 conference will be software and Mathematics .  We hope that the audience will have mathematicians, those who work with mathematicians in policy forming roles, and anyone who has an interest in developments in the applications of mathematics.

Programme

09:30     Registration
10.00     Welcome
Dame Celia Hoyles DBE CMathTeach CMath FIMA – IMA President
10.05     Research
Elizabeth Mansfield FIMA (University of Kent)
10.45     There’s no maths in Wall-E
Jon Macey (Bournemouth University)
11.25     Tea/Coffee break
11.45     Extremes: values, models and risk
Jon Hatchett (Hymans Robertson LLP)
12.25     Programming in A levels
Richard Lissaman (Mathematics in Education and Industry)
13.10     Lunch
14.10     Marianne Freiberger MIMA (Plus magazine Millenium Maths Project) – title TBC
14.50     An aerospace application of the Hibert-Huang Transform
Adrian Bird CMath FIMA (Rolls-Royce plc)
15.30     Tea/Coffee break
15.50     Using digital resources to help visualise a difficult subject
Douglas Butler AFIMA (Oundle School)
16.30     IMA in 2015: Where we are
Dame Celia Hoyles DBE CMathTeach CMath FIMA – IMA President
16.50     Reception

Conference Fees

Member – MIMA/FIMA/AFIMA £30.00
Member – AMIMA £20.00
Member – Retired £10.00
Member – IMA Student £10.00
Non-Member £65.00
Student Non-Member £20.00

 

To register for this event, please download, complete and return the application form.

To register your interest in this conference title please contact the IMA Conferences Department, e-mail: conferences@ima.org.uk, Tel: +44 (0) 1702 354 020, Fax: +44 (0) 1702 354 111, Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, Catherine Richards House, 16 Nelson Street, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS1 1EF, UK.

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