London Analysis and Probability Seminar

The London Analysis and Probability seminar is jointly organized and is alternately held by Imperial College London, King's College London, Queen Mary, University of London and University College London. The seminar meets during term time on Thursdays from 3:00 - 5:30 PM. Please follow the links below for the details of how to get to the institutions. All are welcome to attend the meetings.

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Seminar Programme

2019 Summer Term Programme:

4 April 2019: 5th meeting of OPSFOTA (Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions and Operator Theory and Applications), King's College London

5 April 2019: Analysis, Probability, Number Theory and their interaction, King's College London

Thursday 2 May 2019, 3-5.30pm King's College London, Strand building, room S5.20 Thursday 9 May 2019, 3-5.30pm King's College London, Strand building, room S5.20 10-11 June 2019: Gaussian Fields: Geometry and Applications in Random Matrix Theory, Queen Mary University of London

Thursday 13 June 2019, 3-5.30pm King's College London, Strand building, room S5.20 28 June 2019: Paris-London Analysis Seminar, IHP (Paris)

Old seminar programmes: click here


I. Goldsheid (QMUL) 020-7882-5473

A. Laptev (IC) 020-7594-8499

L. Parnovski (UCL) 020-7679-2847

A. Pushnitski (KCL) 020-7848-1167

Useful information


Getting to UCL - Department of Mathematics

Getting to Imperial College - Department of Mathematics (Follow directions to Huxley Building)

Getting to King's College - Department of Mathematics

Getting to Queen Mary - Department of Mathematics

Other analysis seminars:

Paris-London analysis seminar

Regular Analysis Seminars at Imperial College

Imperial Junior Analysis Seminar

King's College Analysis Seminar

London Probability Seminar at King's

Probability and Applications at QMUL


U.K. Mathematics Departments, Centres, and research laboratories

The London Mathematical Society


Analysis group at Imperial College

Analysis group at King's College


London Seminars