3rd Annual Edward Delaval Lecture in Physics

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Nature’s engines: Powering life a public lecture by Professor Julia M Yeomans FRS University of OXFORD Wednesday 20 March 2019 6 pm – 7:20 pm Newton Lecture Theatre INB0114 in the Isaac Newton building, University of Lincoln Book a place Active systems, from cells and bacteria…

3rd Annual Charlotte Scott Lecture in Mathematics by Prof. Ineke De Moortel FRSE

On 6 February 2019 the 3rd Annual Charlotte Scott Lecture in Mathematics was given in Isaac Newton building of University of Lincoln by Professor Ineke De Moortel FRSE, President of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society. This series of public lectures is named after Charlotte Scott (1858–1931), the famous mathematician born in Lincoln, who was also influential in developing  mathematical education of women and their […]

Winners of the Mathematics Challenge 2018–19

Congratulations to the winners of the Lincoln Mathematics Challenge 2018-19 and a big thank you to all participants! The Awards Ceremony has taken place on 6 February 2019 in Isaac Newton Building of the University of Lincoln, at the beginning of the annual Charlotte Scott public lecture in mathematics by Prof. Ineke De Moortel FRSE, President of the […]

4th Annual Boole Lecture in Mathematics by John Wilson

On 2nd of November, George Boole’s 203rd birthday, Professor John Wilson (University of Oxford) delivered the 4th Annual Boole Lecture “Creativity in mathematics and the arts“. At the beginning Professor Andrei Zvelindovsky introduced the lecturer, who is a prominent  algebraist having well-established links with the Charlotte Scott Research Centre for Algebra in Lincoln. This lecture raised […]

Isaac Newton Christmas Lecture 2018

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Much ado about nothingness: some perspectives from history and physics a duo public lecture (including 20 minutes interval) by Professor Anna Marie Roos School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln and Dr Fabien Paillusson School of Mathematics & Physics, University of Lincoln Wednesday 19 December…

4th Annual Boole Lecture in Mathematics

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Creativity in mathematics and the arts a public lecture by Professor John Wilson University of Oxford, UK Friday, 2nd of November 2018, 6:00 – 7:20 pm Newton Lecture Theatre INB0114 in the Isaac Newton building, University of Lincoln Book a place How should we begin to find…

Gravity Fields Festival 2018

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Dr Fabien Paillusson and Dr Anna Marie Roos from the School Of History & Heritage at the University of Lincoln continue travelling with their duo talk Space travel: from fantasy to reality and beyond, first delivered as a Christmas Lecture 2017. This time the talk was a part of the…

NEW DATE: Guest lecture organized by the UoL students Mathematics and Physics Society

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Inaugural Professorial Lecture by Evgeny Khukhro

On 17 January Prof. Evgeny Khukhro gave his inaugural professorial public lecture “Is algebra a spoilsport in mathematics?” in Isaac Newton Building of University of Lincoln. Beyond the provocative title, numerous examples were discussed where, on the one hand, lively mathematical problems seem to be  “dried up” by algebra, which in a sense takes fun out […]

2nd Annual Charlotte Scott Lecture in Mathematics by Prof. Caroline Series FRS

On 7 February the 2nd Annual Charlotte Scott Lecture in Mathematics was given in Isaac Newton building of University of Lincoln by Professor Caroline Series FRS, President of the London Mathematical Society. This public lecture  is a part of celebrations of the 160th anniversary of Charlotte Scott (1858–1931), the famous mathematician born in Lincoln, who was also influential in developing  mathematical education of […]

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