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Seminars in Pure and Applicable Mathematics

Seminar Timetable

Every second Wednesday, from 2.30pm to 3.30pm, the School holds seminars in Pure and Applicable Mathematics. Presentations are given by staff or invited external speakers. All are welcome to attend. The seminars are held in Room 745, Malet Street Building (unless stated otherwise), and are preceded by tea from 2:00pm.

Summer 2011


Wednesday 20 April
Jason Crampton (Royal Holloway)
Practical Constructions for the Efficient Cryptographic Enforcement of Interval-Based Access Control Policie


Wednesday 4 May
John Britnell (University of Bristol)
Commuting classes of matrices

Wednesday 18 May
Tom Cowhig (Birkbeck)
Monogenic Quasigroups and Loops: the Good, the Bad and the (Not Necessarily) Ugly


Wednesday 1 June
Ben Fairbairn (Birkbeck)
How to make a (complex) doughnut real(ly) nice"


Wednesday 13 July
Doug Stinson (University of Waterloo)

The Department of Computer Science and Information Systems also hosts seminars, on Wednesdays at 16:45.