This event will be hosted virtually due to the current COVID-19 circumstances.
This event is open to all undergraduate and masters students who are considering applying for a PhD in mathematics.
Wednesday 11 November
13:00- 14:00 Panel with graduate students discussing their experiences and how they came to do a PhD
14:00- 14:05 Break
14:05- 14:50 Information from the Post Graduate team
14:50- 15:00 Break
Three practitioners of mathematics to speak about what they do and how they got there:
15:00-15:30 Industry speaker- Mairi
15:30- 16:00 Industry speaker- Dr Silvia Chiappa (Google DeepMind)
16:00- 16:30 Academic speaker- Henna Koivusalo (Bristol).
16:30- 17:00 Informal discussion
If you are interested in registering for this virtual event please see here.
The workshop will take place on a variety of platforms, with the main platform for the talks being on Zoom. For Zoom guidance please see the Zoom guidance participants
As we are unable to mingle in person this year, we will be using Remo on coffee breaks. This informal gathering is to allow for speakers and attendees to meet up and socialise if they wish.
Further details for the Remo breaks will be circulated closer to the event.
We will also be using Slack, as a way for speakers and participants to communicate during the workshop. Guidance on Slack can be found here
Deadline for registrations: Tuesday 3 November