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. 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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2022 Winter Term Programme:
The 2022 Winter Term London Analysis seminar will take place at Imperial College (Room TBA) and via Zoom at 4PM. Join Zoom Meeting. Please email:
firstname.lastname@example.org for the password.
13 January 2022, 3-4 PM (Postponed)
19 January 2022, 2-5:30 PM (Postponed) ) King's College London, King's Building, room S-3.20 (level minus three)
3pm Sasha Sodin (QMUL) Postponed
Special session of the London Analysis Seminar dedicated to the memory of Yuri Safarov . Postponed
20 January 2022, 4-5 PM Zoom Join Zoom Meeting.
- 2.00 - 3.00pm Claudia Garetto (QMUL) TBA
- 3.00 - 4.00pm Nadia Sidorova (UCL) TBA
- 4.30 - 5.30pm Ilya Goldsheid (QMUL) TBA
27 January 2022, 4-5 PM
4pm Leonid Parnovski (UCL)
3 February 2022, 4-5 PM Zoom Join Zoom Meeting.
4pm Ajay Chandra (Imperial)
10 February 2022, 4-5 PM
17 February 2022, 4-5 PM Zoom Join Zoom Meeting.
24 February 2022, 4-5 PM
4pm Roman Bessonov (St. Petersburg)
3 March 2022, 4-5 PM Zoom Join Zoom Meeting.
4pm Clement Mouhot (Cambridge)
10 March 2022, 4-5 PM
4pm Zakhar Kabluchko (Munster)
17 March 2022, 4-5 PM Zoom Join Zoom Meeting.
24 March 2022, 4-5 PM
4pm Paolo Bonicatto (Warwick)
Old seminar programmes: click here
J. Galkowski (UCL) 020-7679-8081 email@example.com
I. Goldsheid (QMUL) 020-7882-5473 firstname.lastname@example.org
P. Rodriguez (IC) 020 7594 8525 email@example.com
L. Parnovski (UCL) 020-7679-2847 firstname.lastname@example.org
A. Pushnitski (KCL) 020-7848-1167 email@example.com
→ 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