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TMS Symposium

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This years Trinity Mathematical Society Symposium is running from 10:00 to 17:45 on Sunday 24th February. We have talks by fellows and PhD students, ranging across all areas of mathematical research. The event is free and open to all; no particular specialist knowledge is assumed. There is no need to stay for the whole day – just drop in on talks you find interesting.

10:00–10:45 Prof. Timothy Gowers: Some Open Problems in Additive Combinatorics
10:45–11:15 Kenny Wong: Even physicists use group theory!
11:15–11:45 Hiro Funakoshi: Simulating Quantum Mechanics on Computers
11:45–12:15 Freddie Manners: Finitary and Infinitary Mathematics, Regularity and the Crossover Between Combinatorics and Analysis
12:15–13:15 LUNCH
13:15–14:00 Dr. Marj Batchelor: Making it Count: Looking Forward to a Life in Mathematics
14:00–14:30 Kirsty Wan: Tails of our Ancestors
14:30–15:00 Tom Gillespie: Proof by Picture
15:00–15:30 Steffen Loesch: Programming Languages, Treated Formally
15:30–16:00 BREAK
16:00–16:30 Damon Civin: Noether, Bruhat, Morawetz
16:30–17:00 Zhen Lin Low: The humble arrow in mathematics
17:00–17:45 Dr. Hugh Hunt: The Remarkable Accuracy of the Trinity College Clock

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