## Special issue of Journal of Algebra dedicated to Prof. Efim Zelmanov

A special issue of Journal of Algebra has just appeared dedicated to Prof. Efim Zelmanov on occasion of his 60th birthday (many of the papers were also reported at the corresponding … Continue reading

## New 19th edition of the “Kourovka Notebook (Unsolved Problems in Group Theory)”

“Kourovka Notebook” is a famous collection of open problems in group theory proposed by hundreds of mathematicians from all over the world. It has been published every 2-4 years since … Continue reading

## British Mathematical Colloquium-2018

British Mathematical Colloquium-2018 will be held in St Andrews on 11–14 June. Congratulations to Dr Simon Smith who is an invited speaker at this largest annual pure mathematics conference!

## Charlotte Scott Research Centre for Algebra opens in Lincoln

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On 7 February 2018 President of the London Mathematical Society Prof. Caroline Series FRS inaugurated the new research centre in the University of…

## 2nd Annual Charlotte Scott Lecture in Mathematics by Prof. Caroline Series FRS

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Prof. C. Series FRS On 7 February the 2nd Annual Charlotte Scott Lecture in Mathematics was given in Isaac Newton building of University of…

## Forthcoming conference on Group Theory

International conference “Ischia Group Theory 2018” will be held in Ischia (Naples, Italy) from Monday, March 19th, to Friday, March 23rd, 2018. Evgeny Khukhro is one of the invited speakers.

## School Christmas Party

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On 14 December 2017 we held our largest School Christmas Party with food, drinks, music and even Xmas quiz. For the first time…

## Inaugural Professorial Lecture in Mathematics

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Is algebra a spoilsport in mathematics? a public lecture by Professor Evgeny Khukhro University of Lincoln Wednesday, 17 January 2018, 6:00-7:20 pm Newton…

## Excursion to Donna Nook Nature Reserve and Cleethorpes

This School of Maths and Physics staff-student-family-and-friends trip took us to the Donna Nook Nature Reserve to see the seals, and later to Cleethorpes for the afternoon. Due to low … Continue reading

## Up the cathedral tower

On Wednesday the 8th of November, a small group of maths staff and students climbed up to the highest point in Lincoln, led by cathedral volunteers.

## A London Mathematical Society Research Grant

Nadia Mazza, Brita Nucinkis, Rachel Camina and Anitha Thillaisundaram successfully secured a London Mathematical Society Research Grant. This grant will go towards organising three one-day meetings in April, September and … Continue reading

## Conference “Topics on Groups and their Representations”

Sandro Mattarei gave an invited talk at the conference “Topics on Groups and their Representations”, which was held in Gargnano sul Garda, Italy, on October 9-11, 2017. He talked about “Closed forms for … Continue reading

## New Research Highlights brochure

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The new “Research Highlights 2015–2017” brochure has now been printed. This booklet contains brief descriptions of some of the best achievements of the…

## School of Maths and Physics at Lincoln Cathedral’s Organ Celebration

This staff-student-family-and-friends venture took us to Lincoln Cathedral on the evening of Friday the 13th. Our group, spanning from a 13-month-old to grandparents, witnessed a wonderful concert by the organists … Continue reading

## School of Maths and Physics contributes 120 miles to the Walk A Million campaign in Lincolnshire

On Saturday the 30th of September 2017, the students and staff of the School of Mathematics and Physics hiked a 10-mile section of the Viking Trail, from Navenby to Lincoln, … Continue reading

## Call for new problems and update for Kourovka Notebook

The preparation of the new 19th edition of the “Kourovka Notebook” in underway. Everybody is welcome to propose new problems to be included in the new edition. Problems may “belong” to those … Continue reading