The Maxwell Institute runs many regular weekly seminars
Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar
The Geometry seminar is held every Tuesday 3:30-4:30pm, normally in the main seminar room at the Bayes Centre (5th floor, room 5.10), but check the schedule for exceptions.
The seminar the Edinburgh Mathematical Physics Group (EMPG) take place on Wednesday afternoons. For further information on EMPG, its members and the seminar times following the link on the right.
Energy-Mathematics-Engineering (EME) Seminar
Energy-Mathematics-Engineering is a discussion group between the Schools of Mathematics and Engineering in the University of Edinburgh. We run weekly seminars and we host external and internal speakers. Thanks to the EME group seminars, researchers from Academia and Industry collaborate and share their knowledge.
The Hodge Seminars take place on Wednesdays at 14.00 in Appleton Tower Lecture Theatre 2 and will be available hybrid for those unable to attend in person. Each Hodge seminar will be preceded by a lunch and a PG introductory lecture (13.30-14.00) given by a PhD student. For further information, please follow the link to the right or contact the seminar organiser, David Jordan.
The seminar take place on Tuesday afternoons. For the seminar times check the link on the right
The Statistics seminars at the School of Mathematics is a part of Maxwell Institute seminar series. The seminars are organised jointly between the Statistics group in the School of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh and Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland. If you would like to give a talk at the Statistics seminar series, you can contact the Statistics seminar organisers. The seminar organisers of the Statistics seminar series are Tim Cannings and Serveh Sharifi Far.