Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

This Wednesday 10th of May, 2023, Elena Tielker (Bielefeld University) has given a digital talk entitled Polytopes and Permutations at the Charlotte Centre for Algebra. Abstract: It is well-known that the numerator of the Ehrhart series, the so-called h-polynomial, of a lattice polytope has nonnegative coefficients. Only…

## Algebra seminar talk by Elena Tielker (Bielefeld University)

## Algebra seminar talk by Jonas Deré (KU Leuven KULAK)

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

On Wednesday the 26th of April 2023, Jonas Deré (KU Leuven KULAK) digitally payed a visit to the Charlotte Centre for Algebra and talked about his work on Rational forms in Lie algebras associated to graphs?in the joint research seminar of Lincoln University and Lund University. Title:…

## Algebra seminar talk by Mireille Soergel (Université de Bourgogne/ ETH Zürich)

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

On Wednesday the 12th of April 2023, Mireille Soergel (Université de Bourgogne/ ETH Zürich) digitally visited Charlotte Centre for Algebra and gave a talk entitled?Dyer groups?at the research seminar of Lincoln University. Abstract: One can observe that Coxeter groups and right-angled Artin groups share the samesolution to…

## Algebra seminar: talk by Cristina Acciarri

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

On Wednesday 29th March 2023, the Charlotte Centre for Algebra had the pleasure of virtually welcoming Cristina Acciarri (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia & University of Brasilia) for a talk entitled?On profinite groups with restricted centralizers of π-elements?at the research seminar of Lincoln University. Abstract:?A group…

## Algebra seminar: talk by Ashot Minasyan

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

On Wednesday the 15th of March 2023, the Charlotte Centre for Algebra had the pleasure of welcoming Ashot Minasyan (University of Southampton) for a talk entitled?Invariable generation for infinite groups?at the joint (hybrid) research seminar of Lincoln University and Lund University. Abstract: A group G is said…

## Physics Seminar: Dr Michael Seaton

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:

Date: Wednesday 8th of February 2023, 13:30 (GMT).Location: Isaac Newton Building (INB3305) and Online MS Teams meeting ‘Mesoscale, molecules and more: simulations with DL_Software’ by Dr Michael Seaton, UK Research and Innovation, STFC Daresbury Laboratory, Daresbury, UK. Abstract: The DL_Software suite of simulation codes developed at Daresbury Laboratory…

## Physics Seminar: Dr Julien Lam

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:

Date: Friday 20th of January 2023, 12:00 (GMT).Location: Online MS Teams meeting ‘Observing the birth of crystals using machine-learning assisted simulations’ by Dr Julien Lam, CEMES-CNRS, Toulouse, France. Co-authors: Jacek Goniakowski, Sarath Menon, and Gaetan Laurens Abstract: While crystals in material science are ubiquitous, the mechanisms of their…

## Algebra seminar: talk by Ilir Snopche

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

On Wednesday the 7th of December 2022, Ilir Snopche (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) virtually visited the Charlotte Centre for Algebra and gave a talk entitled Frattini-resistance and maximal pro-p Galois groups at the joint research seminar of Lincoln University and Lund University. Abstract: Given a…

## Algebra Seminar: talk by Steffen Kionke

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:

On this Wednesday, the 16th of November 2022, Steffen Kionke (University of Hagen) has virtually visited the Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra and gave us a talk. The seminar was attended by members of the University of Lincoln and of the Lund University (Sweden). Title: Upper bounds…

## Postgraduate Research Symposium

Originally posted on Study Physics in Lincoln:

On Friday 30th September the School of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Lincoln hosted our first ever PGR symposium event. We invited alumni who are currently PGR students at other institutions to give a short (10-15 minute) presentation about their research projects alongside some of our own PhD…