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10th February 2018 | Imperial College London

What is Mathscon?


Mathscon is a series of science events, consisting of a conference and a networking social. It is directed at undergraduates, young researchers and science lovers in general. Each event aims to expose the public to a broad range of aspects and applications that make Mathematics so beautiful.


Keynote Speakers

Passionate about both Mathematics and TED talks? You’ll find nothing cooler than our Mathscon Keynotes given by stars in their fields.

Panel Discussions

Listen to experts’ opinions about key questions that have troubled scientist for centuries.

Workshops

What better way is there to celebrate Mathematics than to have fun with some of its cool applications?

Networking

Socialising with people with a common interest is a key to success, whether you want to go into professional life or academia.

Speakers



Keynote Speakers


Nira Chamberlain

Katie Steckles

Simon Singh

Panel: "Is God a Mathematician"


Marianne Freiberger

James Hannam

Jim Baggott

Kevin Buzzard

Panel: "Do Parallel Universes Exist"


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Mathscon Grant Application



Mathscon is a unique organisation that brings people together through maths, and creates a community of innovative, fun, and ambitious individuals. Not only is it important to us that we continue to break the stereotypes associated with maths and push the boundaries for success, we also hope to continue to engage with our delegates and support our community of maths enthusiasts. That’s why this year we are introducing the Mathscon Grant. This is a grant available to any maths enthusiast that buys a ticket to our conference and completes the grant application form. The winner will receive £1000 from Mathscon to support them in their mathematical studies. We want to support people who not only share our appreciation for maths, but actually use maths to be innovative and make a difference. How do you identify with the Mathscon Principles? Have you recently competed in a mathematical competition? Do you contribute towards a mathematical publication regularly? We want to hear from you! Apply here by completing the following:

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