Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

On Wednesday the 23rd of October 2019, Anitha Thillaisundaram gave a talk on Hausdorff dimensions of p-adic analytic groups, as part of the Group Algebras, Representations and Computation workshop and conference at the International Centre for Theoretical Sciences in Bangalore.

## Anitha Thillaisundaram spoke at the Group Algebras, Representations and Computation conference

## Lincoln Mathematics Challenge 2019/2020

Originally posted on Study Maths in Lincoln:

For a chance to win the first prize (£100 Amazon voucher), or one of our prizes for runners-up, submit your typed or neatly written solutions of the following problems to maths@lincoln.ac.uk or by post to Mathematics Challenge, School of Mathematics and Physics, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, LN6 7TS. Please include your full…

## Algebra seminar in Lincoln: talk by Dr Charles Eaton

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

On the 9th of October 2019, Dr Charles Eaton (University of Manchester) visited Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra and gave a talk “Morita equivalence of blocks”. Abstract: I will introduce and motivate the study of representations of group algebras via Morita equivalences. Group algebras are usually decomposed…

## Algebra seminar by Chris Parker

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

On Wednesday the 6th of November, Chris Parker (University of Birmingham) will be visiting the Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra and giving a talk at 3pm in INB3305. The details of his talk are as follows: ? Title: Calculating all possible conjugacy on p-groups. Abstract: In this talk,…

## Physics Seminar: Prof. Hadi Susanto

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:

Date: Wednesday 30th of October 2019, 14:00. Location: INB3305 (Isaac Newton Building, #14). ‘Pattern formation and homoclinic snaking’ by Hadi Susanto, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Essex, Essex, England. Abstract: Pattern formation is the developmental process of visible, orderly outcomes of self-organisation. Patterns can appear through homoclinic…

## Physics Seminar: Dr. John Royer

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:

Date: Wednesday 16th of October 2019, 13:00. Location: INB3305 (Isaac Newton Building, #14). ‘Unsteady flow and liquid migration in shear thickening suspensions’ by John R. Royer, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland. Abstract: Our understanding of suspension rheology has been transformed over the past…

## BSR Non-Newtonian Club Meeting

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:

On Thursday 19th September, Claire McIlroy – a new research fellow to the School of Maths & Physics – organised the British Society of Rheology’s annual Non-Newtonian Club meeting, at the University of Nottingham. The theme of this year’s meeting was “Rheology for Processing” with a focus session…