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Talks elsewhere

All long-term participants in Newton Institute programmes are encouraged to give seminars at, or to make short visits to, UK institutions outside Cambridge during their stay. To support this activity, the Institute will cover the travel expenses involved for any participant who is formally invited to speak at another institution; the host institution is expected to cover any accommodation and incidental costs.

To assist organisers of seminar series at UK Universities in their search for relevant speakers, the Newton Institute maintains a register of those of its participants who are visiting from overseas for a period of at least two weeks, and who have indicated their willingness to give lectures or seminars elsewhere during their stay. This register lists their visit dates and key subject areas. To make arrangements, please email: reception[at][dot]uk

The lists of all participants in each programme may be found by visiting the relevant programme's web page.

Speaker Availability Area of Expertise Suggested Talk Titles
Mikhail Lyalinov Saint Petersburg State University

[WHT] Bringing pure and applied analysis together via the Wiener-Hopf technique, its generalisations and applications

  • 5–30 Aug 2019

  • Functional-integral equations and diffraction by a truncated wedge

Daniel R. Grayson University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

[KAH] K-theory, algebraic cycles and motivic homotopy theory

  • 19 Feb to 20 Mar 2020

topology applied to logic
  • Homotopy Type Theory and Univalent Foundations, an introduction

Peter Cameron University of St Andrews, Queen Mary University of London

[GRA] Groups, representations and applications: new perspectives

  • 6 Jan to 19 Jun 2020

Algebra (groups, semigroups), combinatorics, model theory
  • Four precious jewels

  • Permutation groups and regular semigroups

  • Synchronization

Melvin Leok University of California, San Diego

[GCS] Geometry, compatibility and structure preservation in computational differential equations

  • 8–31 Jul 2019

Geometric Mechanics, Geometric Integration, Geometric Control Theory
  • The Connections Between Discrete Geometric Mechanics, Information Geometry and Machine Learning.

  • Lie group and homogeneous variational integrators and their applications to geometric optimal control theory

  • Variational discretizations of gauge field theories using group-equivariant interpolation spaces

Mihai Putinar University of California, Santa Barbara, Newcastle University

[CAT] Complex analysis: techniques, applications and computations

  • 2–19 Sep 2019

Functional Analysis
  • Christoffel-Darboux Analysis

University of Cambridge Research Councils UK
    Clay Mathematics Institute London Mathematical Society NM Rothschild and Sons