In September 2019, the University of Nottingham hosted an LMS Regional Meeting. It consisted of a one-day meeting on zeta functions and a 2-day workshop on elliptic curves:
Wednesday, September 11, 2019:
Zeta functions in number theory and mathematical physics
September 12 and 13, 2019:
Elliptic Curves and their friends and families
The events are funded by the London Mathematical Society.
The local organisers:
A list of who attended the events. Please let firstname.lastname@example.org know if you plan to attend.
- Joe Allan (Bristol)
- Gregorio Baldi (University College London)
- Matthew Bisatt (Bristol)
- Werner Bley (München)
- Dominik Bullach (King's College London)
- Kazim Büyükboduk (Dublin)
- John Coates (Cambridge)
- Nirvana Coppola (Bristol)
- Jordan Docking (University College London)
- Tim Dokchitser (Bristol)
- Vladimir Dokchitser (University College London)
- Giada Grossi (University College London)
- Adam Hennessy (Nottingham)
- Henri Johnston (Exeter)
- Maleeha Khawaja (Nottingham)
- Yukako Kezuka (Regensburg)
- Jaclyn Lang (Paris)
- Pedro João Lemos (Bonn)
- Daniel Marlowe (Nottingham)
- Gary McConnell (Imperial)
- Richard Pinch
- Mark Pollicott (Warwick)
- Nina Snaith (Bristol)
- Matthew Thompson (York)
- Paul Voutier (London)
Travel and local information
How to get to the University of NottinghamThere are trams leaving from Nottingham train station (go upstairs) every 7 minutes. You want a tram in the direction of Toton Lane; get off at the University of Nottingham stop. You need to buy a ticket from the machine before you get on the tram. The trip takes about 15 minutes.
If you travel by car, you will need a parking permit for the day and you can then park at any visitor car parks which are marked on the campus map below.
How to find your way on and around the main campusThe campus map is useful as well as this page.
- The Maths building is number 20 on the map; that is where the wine reception happens on Wednesday.
- Talks are usually held in the Physics building, opposite the Maths building, number 22 on the map.
- The tram stop is the green circle on the map near the South Entrance.
- A nice place for lunch is the Lakeside Arts café (number 49 on the map, near the lake and tram stop). Other options are listed here.
We have booked the accommodation for speakers in the Jubilee Conference centre on Jubilee campus of the University of Nottingham. See here for maps and directions or this map for the suggested 20 minutes walk between the hotel and the talks. Otherwise there is a hopper bus organised by the university which you can use for free.
If you need to book your own accommodation, we recommend hotels in the city centre (Ibis, Jury's Inn, ...). It is less than half an hour to campus by tram. This site has some suggestions of hotels and other accommodation. Unfortunately the Orchards hotel on campus is already fully booked.
If you are having problems or questions regarding booking of accommodation please get in touch with the organisers.